Presentation 2000/1/20
Asymmetric effects of addition and deletion on memory for script actions
Yashio Uchino, Wataru Oue,
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Abstract(in English) This study examined the effect of addition and deletion on memory for script actions. In the study phase, 32participants observed an original script consisted of typical actions. In the test phase, participants indicated whether each test script was changed or not. Test script was changed either one action was added to or deleted from the original script. Additions were easily detected than deletions when atypical actions were added to the original script. This result suggests that superiority of addition over deletion might be due to their different effect on typicality.
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Keyword(in English) Addition or deletion / Asymmetric confusability effect / script
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Title (in English) Asymmetric effects of addition and deletion on memory for script actions
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Keyword(1) Addition or deletion
Keyword(2) Asymmetric confusability effect
Keyword(3) script
1st Author's Name Yashio Uchino
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University /()
2nd Author's Name Wataru Oue
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Date 2000/1/20
Paper # HCS99-62
Volume (vol) vol.99
Number (no) 563
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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