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ERIC Number: EJ191795
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Publication Date: 1978-Sep
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More on Recognition Failure of Recallable Words: Implications for Generation Recognition Models.
Kintsch, Walter
Psychological Review, v85 n5 p470-73 Sep 1978
It is sometimes possible to recall an item, but not to recognize it. Traditional generation-recognition models view recall as a two-stage process. Such models can account for the recognition failure of recallable items if it is admitted that subjects employ less stringent criteria for editing implicitly retrieved responses in recall than in a recognition task proper. (Editor)
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