The Relation between Remembering and Knowing as Bases for Recognition: Effects of Size Congruency

  title={The Relation between Remembering and Knowing as Bases for Recognition: Effects of Size Congruency},
  author={Andrew P. Yonelinas and Larry L. Jacoby},
  journal={Journal of Memory and Language},
Abstract In three recognition memory experiments, subjects studied a list of randomly generated geometric shapes, followed by a recognition test in which old items were either size congruent (same size at study and test) or size incongruent. In Experiment 1, the process dissociation procedure (Jacoby, 1991) showed that changing the size of the items led to a decrease in both recollection and familiarity. In Experiment 2, the remember/know procedure (Tulving, 1985) showed that recollection, as… 
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    Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale
  • 2016
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