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Episodic retrieval and the SNARC effect

Published in: Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Volume 24, Issue 6, December 2017, 1943-1948 Abstract “The SNARC effect is the finding that left-hand responses are faster to small digits and right-hand responses are faster to large digits. I tested an episodic-retrieval account of the SNARC effect in which it is assumed that the response time varies as a function of the prior trial episodes available in working memory. Blocks of trials were constructed in which two digits were repeated 75% of the time; presumably, these two “focus” digits would be readily available in working memory. Under such circumstances, there was no overall… Read More