Absolute versus relative difference measures of priming: Which is appropriate when baseline scores change with age?
It is often of theoretical interest to know if implicit memory (repetition priming) develops across childhood under a given circumstance. Methodologically, however, it is difficult to determine whether development is present when baseline performance for
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