The production effect benefits performance in between-subject designs: a meta-analysis.

  title={The production effect benefits performance in between-subject designs: a meta-analysis.},
  author={Jonathan M. Fawcett},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  volume={142 1},
Producing (e.g., saying, mouthing) some items and silently reading others has been shown to result in a reliable advantage favoring retention of the produced compared to non-produced items at test. However, evidence has been mixed as to whether the benefits of production are limited to within- as opposed to between-subject designs. It has even been suggested that the within-subjects nature of the production effect may be one of its defining characteristics. Meta-analytic techniques were applied… CONTINUE READING
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