Craik and Tulving 1975

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Craik and Tulving


To see whether words that were processed semantically would be better remembered than words that were processed structurally or phonetically


20 university students were given a list of 60 one and two syllable words

Participants were asked questions which had a yes or no response

Structural: is the word in capital letters etc

Phonetic: does the word rhyme with etc

Semantic: does it fit in this sentence etc

They were then given 180 words and


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