Academic journal article Memory & Cognition

Erratum

Academic journal article Memory & Cognition

Erratum

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Angela Kinnell & Simon Dennis

Published online: 10 January 2013

© Psychonomic Society, Inc. 2013

Erratum to: Mem Cogn

DOI 10.3758/s13421-011-0164-2

Reports an error in the original article - The role of stimulus type in list length effects in recognition memory (Kinnell & Dennis, 2012, Memory & Cognition, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp 311-325). The correction relates to the results of Experiment 1, beginning on page 314, and changes the mean values of d', the hit rate and the false alarm rate that were reported. The correct means and standard deviations are presented in Table 1.

In the original paper, for the within subjects analyses, repeated measures ANOVAs showed that the effect of list length on d', the hit rate, and the false alarm rate were not significant. The ANOVA results changed with the correction, but the effect of list length on d', the hit rate and the false alarm rate all remained nonsignificant. As such, the primary conclusions drawn on the basis of these results do not change. …

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