On the way out (part 1)

The input order of free recall has long been a subject of research in psychology (…). (I)tems presented at the beginning of the list (primacy) and items presented at the end of the list (recency) are remembered better than middle items (…). In this paper, (in contrast) we attempt to shed some light on (…) the output order of free recall (…) i.e., the order in which items are reported at test (…).

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About Davide Bruno

Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University
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