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Familiarity-based word-frequency effects in recognition memory and implicit priming

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posted on 1998-01-01, 00:00 authored by Bradley Marc. Grant
Provides evidence that familiarity as well as recollection contributes to the recognition advantage for low-frequency words. The importance for explanations of the low-frequency word advantage to account for the influence of both explicit and implicit memory processes is discussed with emphasis given to developing the dual-process model.

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xi, 180 leaves ; 30 cm.

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eng

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Thesis (Ph.D.)--Deakin University, Victoria, 1998.

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Ph.D.

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Faculty of Health

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