Implicit and explicit memory for compound words View Full Text


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DATE

1994-11

AUTHORS

Mark Tippens Reinitz, Jonathan B. Demb

ABSTRACT

Subjects studied visually presented compound words (e.g.,toothpaste, heartache) and then received a recognition, perceptual identification, or word-fragment completion test that contained old, recombined (e.g.,toothache), and partially and completely new words. False recognitions increased with the increasing number of previously studied components; however, priming in perceptual identification occurred only for old words. Priming in word-fragment completion occurred for old and recombined words. Reducing the time available to solve word fragments, from 20 sec to 5 sec, did not affect the pattern of results; it is therefore unlikely that priming for recombined words resulted from the use of a recollection-based strategy. Memory tasks that involve a conceptual component access memories that are constructed from parts; memory tasks that are primarily perceptual do not access such memories. More... »

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687-694

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/bf03209253

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7808277


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