The testing effect in recognition memory: a dual process account.

@article{Chan2007TheTE,
  title={The testing effect in recognition memory: a dual process account.},
  author={Jason C. K. Chan and Kathleen B McDermott},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2007},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={431-7}
}
The testing effect, or the finding that taking an initial test improves subsequent memory performance, is a robust and reliable phenomenon--as long as the final test involves recall. Few studies have examined the effects of taking an initial recall test on final recognition performance, and results from these studies are equivocal. In 3 experiments, we attempt to demonstrate that initial testing can change the ways in which later recognition decisions are executed even when no difference can be… CONTINUE READING
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