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Multi-Trial Associative Recognition Memory Task with Metacognitive Judgments

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Multi-Trial Associative Recognition Memory Task with Metacognitive Judgments
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Multi-Trial Associative Recognition Memory Task with Metacognitive Judgments
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These data are from an experiment studying the accuracy of metacognitive judgments (judgments of learning (JOLs), retrospective confidence judgments, estimated response times) in the context of an associative recognition task. The purpose of the study was to assess the influence of different cues on trial 2 JOLs, assessing the "memory for past test" heuristic. Individuals self-paced their study time for pairs of concrete nouns, and then received a yes/no associative recognition task, in which they were tested with intact pairs from study or rearranged pairs. The experimental program recorded responses and computed accuracy and latency. These data were analyzed and reported in a paper published in the Archives of Scientific Psychology, "Judgments of Learning are Influenced by Multiple Cues In Addition to Memory for Past Test Accuracy."
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  • Hertzog, Christopher
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Multi-Trial Associative Recognition Memory Task with Metacognitive Judgments
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34708
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ICPSR34708.v1
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Multi-Trial Associative Recognition Memory Task with Metacognitive Judgments
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34708
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ICPSR34708.v1
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