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Datasets along with the CRU simulation code can be found below. Each .zip file contains a read me that explains either the coding in the dataset or in the case of the model code, an explanation of each of the functions and required packages. The Page et al. (2007) data deals with pure- and mixed-list phonological similarity effects. Both the Hartley, Hurlstone, and Hitch (2016) and Hurlstone (2019) datasets manipulate temporal grouping. The Osth and Dennis (2015) data uses ordinary serial recall but was used to illustrate the protrusion effect. Both the list length 5 and list length 6 datasets are included.
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