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TitleOpposite developmental trends for false recognition of basic and superordinate names
Author(s)Carneiro, Paula
Albuquerque, Pedro Barbas
Fernandez, Angel
KeywordsFalse recognition
Development
Basic and superordinate levels.
Issue date2009
PublisherPsychology Press
JournalMemorial
Abstract(s)This study investigated the development of false memories for basic and superordinate names using the DRM procedure. Two experiments were conducted with younger (3 5 years old) and older (10 12 years old) children. In the first experiment the DRM procedure was used with categorised lists and in the second experiment both types of lists*categorised and associative*were applied. False recognition for basic and superordinate names showed opposite developmental trends, regardless of list type. False recognition increased for critical-basic items and decreased for critical-superordinate items with age. These opposing results are mainly explained by age differences in conceptual knowledge and editing processes.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/37559
DOI10.1080/09658210902758847
ISSN0965-8211
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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