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Green, 1). , and Swets, J. A. (1966) Srj~naldetection theory and psychophysics. New York, Wiley. Madigan, S. (1976) Reminiscence ,and item recovery in free recall. Mem. 233-236. Mandler, G. (1972) Grganization and recognition. In E. Tulving and W. ), &ganEation and memory. New Yark, Academic Press. Nickerson, R. S. (1965) Short-term memory for complex meaningful configurations: A demonstration of capacity. tin. J. 155-160. Roediger, H. , and Thorpe, A. L. (1978) The role of recall time in producing hypermnesia.

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New York, Wiley. Madigan, S. (1976) Reminiscence ,and item recovery in free recall. Mem. 233-236. Mandler, G. (1972) Grganization and recognition. In E. Tulving and W. ), &ganEation and memory. New Yark, Academic Press. Nickerson, R. S. (1965) Short-term memory for complex meaningful configurations: A demonstration of capacity. tin. J. 155-160. Roediger, H. , and Thorpe, A. L. (1978) The role of recall time in producing hypermnesia. Mem. , 6,296-305. Shapiro, S. , and Erdelyi, M. H. (1974) Hypermnesia for ptitures but not words.

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