The Picture Superiority Effect in Recognition Memory: a developmental study

Margaret Anne Defeyter, Riccardo Russo, Pamela McPartlin

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Abstract

Pictures are better remembered than items studied as words. However, there are no available data on the developmental trajectory of this effect in recognition memory. This study fills this gap in the literature. Moreover, it intended to assess the developmental trajectory of recollection and familiarity processes to support recognition memory.

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