Correspondence conception of memory: A good match is hard to find

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (2):188-189 (1996)
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The distinction that Koriat & Goldsmith have drawn between laboratory and naturalistic research is largely valid, but the metaphor they have chosen to characterize the latter may not be optimal. The “correspondence” approach is vulnerable on conceptual grounds and is not applicable to significant portions of empirical research.



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