Get the gist? The effects of processing depth on false recognition in short-term and long-term memory

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Flegal, Kristin E.; Reuter-Lorenz, Patricia A.;

Gist-based processing has been proposed to account for robust false memories in the converging-associates task. The deep-encoding processes known to enhance verbatim memory also strengthen gist memory and increase distortions of long-term memory (LTM). Recent research h... View more
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