Target similarity effects: support for the parallel distributed processing assumptions.

@article{Humphreys2000TargetSE,
  title={Target similarity effects: support for the parallel distributed processing assumptions.},
  author={Michael S. Humphreys and Gerald Tehan and Adrienne O'Shea and Scott Bolland},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={2000},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={798-811}
}
Recent research has begun to provide support for the assumptions that memories are stored as a composite and are accessed in parallel (Tehan & Humphreys, 1998). New predictions derived from these assumptions and from the Chappell and Humphreys (1994) implementation of these assumptions were tested. In three experiments, subjects studied relatively short lists of words. Some of the lists contained two similar targets (thief and theft) or two dissimilar targets (thief and steal) associated with… CONTINUE READING

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