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Implicit False Memory: Effects of Modality and Multiple Study Presentations on Long-Lived Semantic Priming

McKone, Elinor; Murphy, Bevan


In the Deese paradigm, studying a list of semantic associates (holiday, beach, etc.) produces false explicit memory for a nonpresented lure (vacation). Here, we examine false memory with implicit retrieval. Experiment 1 tested memory for lures and matched on-list targets, using stem completion (implicit) and stem-cued recall (explicit). We replicated McDermott's (1997) finding of implicit false memory at a 10-min delay, using better controls for explicit contamination. In Experiment 2, we show...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Memory and Language
DOI: 10.1006/jmla.1999.2702


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