Degree of elaborative processing in two implicit and two explicit memory tasks

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1992
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The level of elaborative processing made by subjects to pairs of words (read vs. generated) and the degree of relationship between the words of each pair (related, rhymed, or rhymed and related) were manipulated on two explicit tasks (cued recall and recognition) and two implicit tasks (word-stem completion and tachistoscopic word identification) to test the empirical validity of the processing-approach theory (see, e.g., Roediger, 1990a, 1990b; Roediger, Srinivas, & Weldon, 1989) of explicit/implicit dissociations. Results give support to the predictions made by Roediger"s theory.
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Pitarque, Alfonso Algarabel González, Salvador Meseguer, Enrique 1992 Degree of elaborative processing in two implicit and two explicit memory tasks Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 30 217 220
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