Speaker information affects false recognition of unstudied lexical-semantic associates (OSF repository)

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Description: Files associated with paper by Luthra, Fox, & Blumstein (2018, AP&P)

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Recognition of and memory for a spoken word can be facilitated by a prior presentation of that word spoken by the same talker. However, it is less clear whether this speaker congruency advantage generalizes to facilitate recognition of unheard related words. The present investigation employed a false memory paradigm to examine whether information about a speaker’s identity in items heard by listen...

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