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Replication of Mitchell, Nash, & Hall (2008, JEP:LMC)

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Original citation: C Mitchell, S Nash, G Hall (2008). The intermixed-blocked effect in human perceptual learning is not the consequence of trial spacing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 34.1 (2008): 237-242. Target of replication: Study 2: Performance on trials in which AX (or BX) was presented is expected to be better than that on trials in which CX was presen...

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