Retrieval dynamics in recognition and list discrimination: further evidence of separate processes of familiarity and recall.

@article{Hintzman1998RetrievalDI,
  title={Retrieval dynamics in recognition and list discrimination: further evidence of separate processes of familiarity and recall.},
  author={Douglas L. Hintzman and David A. Caulton and Daniel J. Levitin},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1998},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={449-62}
}
Two experiments tested the hypothesis that the time course of retrieval from memory is different for familiarity and recall. The response-signal method was used to compare memory retrieval dynamics in yes-no recognition memory, as a measure of familiarity, with those of list discrimination, as a measure of contextual recall. Responses were always made with regard to membership in two previous study lists. In Experiment 1 an exclusion task requiring positive responses to words from one list and… CONTINUE READING

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