Separating item and order information through process dissociation

@inproceedings{Nairnea2003SeparatingIA,
  title={Separating item and order information through process dissociation},
  author={James S. Nairnea and Matthew R. Kelleyb},
  year={2003}
}
  • James S. Nairnea, Matthew R. Kelleyb
  • Published 2003
In the present paper, we develop and apply a technique, based on the logic of process dissociation, for obtaining numerical estimates of item and order information. Certain variables, such as phonological similarity, are widely believed to produce dissociative effects on item and order retention. However, such beliefs rest on the questionable assumption that item and order memory can be measured through performance on a particular kind of retention test (e.g., order can be measured through a… CONTINUE READING
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