The Problem of Differing False-Alarm Rates for the Process Dissociation Procedure: Comment on Verfaellie and Treadwell (1993)

@article{Roediger1994ThePO,
  title={The Problem of Differing False-Alarm Rates for the Process Dissociation Procedure: Comment on Verfaellie and Treadwell (1993)},
  author={Henry L. Roediger and Kathleen B. McDermott},
  journal={Neuropsychology (journal)},
  year={1994},
  volume={8},
  pages={284-288}
}
Results reported by M. Verfaellie and J. R. Treadwell (1993) contain an interesting paradox: Under standard study conditions in which subjects read words, amnesic patients and control subjects performed identically, both in terms of overall recognition hit rate and when the data were decomposed by L. L. Jacoby's (1991) process dissociation procedure into consciously controlled and automatic components of performance. One reason for this curious outcome is that false-alarm rates differed… 

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