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ERIC Number: EJ150521
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Publication Date: 1976
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Developmental Changes in the Lag Effect: An Encoding Hypothesis for Repeated Word Recall
Wilson, William P.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 22, 1, 113-122, Aug 76
Experiment tested one explanation of lag effect in free recall by comparing hypothesized and observed changes in developmental lag functions. Suggests that lag paradigm might be used in assessing developmental differences in processing strategies as a more sensitive, general alternative to overt rehearsal techniques. (Author/HS)
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