Does neighborhood size really cause the word length effect?

Memory & Cognition

Published in:┬áMemory & Cognition, Volume 46, Issue 2, 244-260 Abstract “In short-term serial recall, it is well-known that short words are remembered better than long words. This word length effect has been the cornerstone of the working memory model and a benchmark effect that all models of immediate memory should account for. Currently, there is […]

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