Repetition and laterality effects on recognition memory for words and pictures*.

@article{Juola1973RepetitionAL,
  title={Repetition and laterality effects on recognition memory for words and pictures*.},
  author={James F. Juola},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1973},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={183-92}
}
Recognition memory for a list of words was tested by presenting a series of items with Ss instructed to make positive responses to targets (list items) and negative responses to distractors (nonlist items). The test items were either words or pictures, and they were presented tachistoscopically either to the left or right visual field. The results showed mean response latencies to be generally faster for stimuli presented to the right visual field. Response times were faster for target and… CONTINUE READING

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