Effect of Association Value in a Memory Scan Task
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The effects of association value of nonsense forms on reaction times of 16 college students on a Sternberg-type recognition-memory task were examined. Results indicated a linear relation between RT and length of the memorized list for high association-value forms but a non-linear relation for low association-value forms. These data support Briggs' (1974) conclusions regarding the nature of the RT/list length function.
Tolin, P. (1975). Effect of association value in a memory scan task. Psychological Reports, 37(1), 3–6. https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.19188.8.131.52
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