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**Original Citation:** Oberauer, Klaus. "How to say no: Single-and dual-process theories of short-term recognition tested on negative probes." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34.3 (2008): 439. **Target of replication:** The primary effect for replication was the main effect of list length on accuracies. The original report found a significant effect main effect of list length (*F*(1,31) = 18.7, *p* < .001, *ηp2* = .38), while we were unable to replicate the effect, a marginal trend was found (*F*(1,19) = 3.661, *p* = .071, *ηp2* = .162).
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