Further Evidence on the Similarity of Memory Processes in the Process Dissociation Procedure and in Sourse Monitoring
SourceMemory & Cognition, 28, 7, (2000), pp. 1152-1164
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FSW_PSY_MA Mathematische psychologie
Memory & Cognition
A. Buchner, E. Erdfelder, M. C. Steffens, and H. Martensen (1997) proposed that the memory processes involved in recognition judgments in the process dissociation procedure are the same as those involved in standard source monitoring tasks. Two extensions of that research are presented here. First, following a line of reasoning recently brought forward by L.L. Jacoby (1998), the instructions in the earlier study could have triggered different processes than his instructions would have. However, with instructions conforming as closely as possible to those reported by L. L. Jacoby (1991), Experiment 1 replicated the earlier recognition judgment finding almost perfectly. Second, the memory processes underlying fame judgments in the process dissociation procedure could also resemble those involved in source monitoring tasks. Indeed, the results of Experiment 2 are compatible with the hypothesis that the same processes are involved in fame judgments given a source monitoring or a process dissociation procedure.
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