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Process Dissociation Procedure: Double Dissociations Following Divided Attention and Speeded Responding

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Abstract:

The validity of the process dissociation procedure was examined by manipulating attention and speed of responding in a recognition task. Both manipulations were expected to decrease the probability of controlled memory processes, c, while leaving the probability of automatic memory processes, a, unaffected. In order to estimate c and a, a multinomial processing tree model was fitted to the data. Contrary to expectation, a double dissociation (i.e. a decrease inc coupled with an increase in a) was obtained, suggesting that a does not accurately measure the probability of automatic processes. The results are discussed with reference to the independence assumption in the process dissociation procedure.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/027249897392116

Publication date: May 1, 1997

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