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Metacognitive inferences in source memory judgements: The role of perceived differences in item recognition
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
This research investigated the hypothesis that metacognitive inferences in source memory judgements are based on the recognition or nonrecognition of an event together with perceived or expected differences in the recognizability of events from different sources. The hypothesis was tested with a multinomial source-monitoring model that allowed separation of source-guessing tendencies for recognized and unrecognized items. Experiments 1A and 1B manipulated the number of item presentations asdoi:10.1080/17470210600875215 pmid:17616917 fatcat:5stflevfkvc2zedylb6hrqafpu