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The list-strength effect: Strength-dependent competition or suppression?

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz


If several items are associated with a common cue, the cued recall of an item is often supposed to decrease as a function of the increase in strength of its competitors’ associations with the cue. Evidence for such a list-strength effect has been found in prior research, but this effect could have been caused both by the strength manipulations and by retrieval-based suppression, because the ...


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