Effects of within-list and between-list acoustic similarity on the learning and retention of paired associates


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Keywords superior retention   superior recall   similar-sounding words   retarded learning   paired associates   intralist similarity   interlist similarity   inconsistent pairings
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DOI 10.1037/h0023765
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