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ERIC Number: EJ188121
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1978
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Response Familiarization and the Crossover Effect in Whole-Part Free Recall
Sitton; And Others
American Journal of Psychology, 91, 2, 289-93, Jun 78
The hypothesis that either familiarization or the association of items to context produces the crossover effect in whole-part learning was tested. The crossover effect refers to the eventual negative information transfer that occurs at the end of second-list learning. Results were interpreted in terms of a stage model of learning. (Editor/RK)
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Language: English
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