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Scene recognition without identification
Recognition without identification (RWI) is old-new discrimination among recognition test items that go unidentified. Recently, the effect has been shown in situations that require pre-experimental connections between unidentified studied items and their test cues, such as when the test cues are general knowledge questions and the unidentified studied items are their answers, or when the test cues are pictures of celebrities and the unidentified studied items are their names. In these cases,doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2009.02.006 pmid:19328457 fatcat:g556hb5vevhuhc2bfvcu676n6i