Context reinstatement in recognition: memory and beyond

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Hanczakowski, M ; Zawadzka, K ; Coote, L (2014)

Context effects in recognition tests are twofold. First, presenting familiar contexts at a test leads to an attribution of context familiarity to a recognition probe, which has been dubbed ‘context-dependent recognition’. Second, reinstating the exact study context for ... View more
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