Order effects and vowel decay in short-term memory: the neutralization hypothesis
Karypidis , Charalampos;
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Subject: peripherality | [ SHS.LANGUE ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | order effect | [ SCCO.PSYC ] Cognitive science/Psychology | [SCCO.PSYC] Cognitive science/Psychology | neutralization | [SHS.LANGUE] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | vowel perception | short-term memory | peripherality.
International audience; Information stored in short-term memory decays extremely fast compared to the content of long-term<br />memory. The nature of this memory loss being little<br />known (random or systematic), this paper examines<br />the presentation order effect ... View more
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