The production effect: costs and benefits in free recall.

@article{Jones2014ThePE,
  title={The production effect: costs and benefits in free recall.},
  author={Angela C. Jones and Mary A. Pyc},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          300-5
        }
}
The production effect, the memorial benefit for information read aloud versus silently, has been touted as a simple memory improvement tool. The current experiments were designed to evaluate the relative costs and benefits of production using a free recall paradigm. Results extend beyond prior work showing a production effect only when production is manipulated within subject, not between, using a free recall paradigm. Furthermore, the results also indicate that the production effect is… CONTINUE READING
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