Switching between chewing-gum and no-gum at learning and retrieval does not accentuate error production in free recall

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Miles, C. ; Johnson, A.J. (2010)
  • Subject: psy

Three experiments compared chewing gum to a no gum condition to examine further the finding (Anderson, Berry, Morse & Diotte, 2005) that switching flavour between learning and recall encourages error production independently of free recall. In order to encourage error p... View more
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