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Seite: 344, Zeilen: 14-16, 20-25
Quelle: Nadel et al 2002
Seite(n): S6, Zeilen: l.col: 33ff
Spreading activation theories of false recognition assert that exposure to a word causes the activation of semantically-related words (e.g., Collins & Loftus, 1975; Underwood, 1965). [...] Similarly, in terms of false recognition, presentation of an entire list of related words virtually guarantees that the critical lure will undergo considerable activation. An interpretation of such an effect pertains to an implicit associative response. Thus, activation of a nonpresented word may result in a sense of familiarity, or even the recollection that one actually encountered the word on the list when indeed they did not. Further, gist-processing accounts of false recognition (Brainerd & Reyna, 1998; Schacter et al., 1998) assert that subjects [remember the gist of what they have experienced (i.e. the ‘theme’ of the word-list), rather than the specific details (i.e. the individual words).] Spreading activation theories of false recognition assert that exposure to a word causes the activation of semantically related words (e.g. Collins and Loftus, 1975; Underwood, 1965). Presentation of an entire list of related words virtually guarantees that the critical lure will undergo considerable activation. This activation of a nonpresented word may result in a sense of familiarity, or even the recollection that one actually encountered the word on the list. [...]

Second, gist-processing accounts of false recognition (Brainerd and Reyna 1998, Schacter et al. 1998) assert that subjects remember the gist of what they have experienced (i.e. the ‘theme’ of the word-list), rather than the specific details (i.e. the individual words).

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