Retrieving names in old age: Short--and (very) long-term effect of repetition

Maylor, Elizabeth A.
March 1998
Memory & Cognition;Mar98, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p309
Academic Journal
Reports two experiments which examined the effects of repetition on name retrieval in younger adults and older adults. Age range of the adult groups; How experiments were conducted; Observations made in experiments.


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