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The components of recollective experience: Remembering and knowing
This project was designed to examine the nature of recollective experience. Gardiner (1988) showed dissociations are obtained within an explicit memory test as a function of several independent variables when subjects ...
Reconciling the work of Ballard and Bartlett: An investigation of repeated testing
Three experiments investigated the ways memories change over repeated tests. A tradition of previous work started by Ballard (1913) revealed net improvement (or hypermnesia) over tests, while Bartlett (1932) showed intertest ...
Specificity of priming in nonverbal tests
Priming is a measure of memory where the influence of studied events is assessed indirectly by a later disguised test (e.g., the effect of studying windmill on the probability of solving the anagram lindwilm). Priming is ...