Stochastic Independence Between Two Implicit Memory Tasks

@inproceedings{Witherspoon2001StochasticIB,
  title={Stochastic Independence Between Two Implicit Memory Tasks},
  author={Dawn Witherspoon and Morris Moscovitch},
  year={2001}
}
Two experiments tested the statistical relation between performances on two implicit, priming tests of memory: word-fragment completion and perceptual identification. If performance on implicit priming tests is mediated by a single memory system, then stochastic dependence between them should be found. Contrary to this prediction, stochastic independence was obtained between performances on the two tests in all but one condition. For that condition (Experiment 1) the results suggest that… CONTINUE READING

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