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Evidence of Encoding Specificity for the Effects of Synopses on the Recognition of Believable and Unbelievable News Headlines
Psychology & Psychological Research International Journal
Gibbons, Lukowski, and Walker (2005) argued that elaborate processing explained the finding that unbelievable news headlines were recognized better than believable news headlines, and they suggested that headline synopses may further enhance processing. In Experiment 1, we tested whether elaborative synopses at presentation (i.e., learning) enhanced recognition, and we found that they decreased recognition. Instead of elaborate processing, these results were congruent with encoding specificity.doi:10.23880/pprij-1600012578 fatcat:rh3oj4xbp5aupfi362vh2kchgi