Self-corrected elaboration and spacing effects in incidental memory.

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The present study investigated the effect of self-corrected elaboration on incidental memory as a function of types of presentation (massed vs spaced) and sentence frames (image vs nonimage). The subjects were presented a target word and an incongruous sentence frame and asked to correct the target to make a common sentence in the self-corrected elaboration… (More)

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@article{Toyota2006SelfcorrectedEA, title={Self-corrected elaboration and spacing effects in incidental memory.}, author={Hiroshi Toyota}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={2006}, volume={102 2}, pages={498-508} }