Serial position effects in recognition memory for odors: A reexamination
Seven experiments examined recognition memory for sequentially presented odors. Following Reed (2000), participants were presented with a sequence of odors and then required to identify an odor from the sequence in a test probe comprising 2 odors. The pattern of results obtained by Reed (2000, altho...
|Journal Title:||Memory & Cognition|
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|In:||Memory & Cognition, 33, 2005, 7, p. 1303-1314|
|Type of Resource:||E-Article|