Sub-Categorical Properties of Stimuli Determine the Category-Order Effect


The category-order effect (COE) is observed when the categorical properties of items within the first half of a given list affect recall performance in a mixed-list serial-recall task. The present study examines whether the advantage is due to other sub-categorical properties (e.g., orthographic similarity and word frequency) rather than an artifact of… (More)


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