Word length effect in free recall of randomly assembled word lists

@inproceedings{Katkov2014WordLE,
  title={Word length effect in free recall of randomly assembled word lists},
  author={Mikhail Katkov and Sandro Romani and Misha Tsodyks},
  booktitle={Front. Comput. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
In serial recall experiments, human subjects are requested to retrieve a list of words in the same order as they were presented. In a classical study, participants were reported to recall more words from study lists composed of short words compared to lists of long words, the word length effect. The world length effect was also observed in free recall experiments, where subjects can retrieve the words in any order. Here we analyzed a large dataset from free recall experiments of unrelated words… CONTINUE READING

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