False Recalls

Go through the list 1 and list 2, take sometime and go through list 3 and tick those which are present in list 1 and list 2, later verify your results.

List 1

apple, vegetable, orange, kiwi, citrus,
ripe, pear, banana, berry, cherry, basket,
juice, salad, bowl, cocktail

List 2

web, insect, bug, fright, fly, arachnid,
crawl, tarantula, poison, bite, creepy,
animal, ugly, feelers, small

List 3

happy, woman, winter, circus, spider,
feather, citrus, ugly, robber, piano, goat,
ground, cherry, bitter, insect, fruit, suburb,
kiwi, quick, mouse, pile, fish



4 Responses to “False Recalls”

  1. 1 Karthi April 2, 2008 at 4:37 pm

    Rusty. I may be of no help to you here. I have no other data that can be used for false recalls.

    Please share your work, if you are allowed to do that.

  2. 2 Rusty April 2, 2008 at 12:08 am

    I need some help. I am trying to fine more words for the false recall to go well with my study. I am trying to use Deese et. al paradigm but I cannot find them. Would you be able to help me and find the set of words to use for my reserach

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