Repetition effects in associative false recognition: Theme-based criterion shifts are the exception, not the rule.

Abstract

Previous reports have demonstrated that false memory for the critical items of associative lists decreases when lists are studied multiple times (Benjamin, 2001). In three experiments, we explored two hypotheses that might account for false memory reductions with repetition. Under an identification hypothesis, repetition decreases false memory because… (More)

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