Slow naming of pictures facilitates memory for their names

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Description: This project looks at the effect of generation and processing time on recognition memory for words.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The article reporting the findings of this work has been published in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review and can be found here (Open Access). The findings were also reported in a poster at the 21st ESCoP meeting. This project has four components: + AJ is a previous version of this project. After its completion, some methodological problems were identified and used to develop the methodology used in the...

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  • AJ

    The main aim of this project is to assess the effect of generation on recognition memory for concepts (as opposed to images). A secondary aim is to a...

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    This component contains the raw and processed data for AJjr (Naming pictures slowly facilitates memory for their names).

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    This component contains the scripts to clean and analyse the data from AJjr (Naming pictures slowly facilitates memory for their names).

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    This component contains the lists used in the study and test phases of AJjr (Naming pictures slowly facilitates memory for their names).

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