Meaning Matters: When Does the Quality of Retrieved Contextual Information Influence the Feeling of Knowing?.

Dubois, Stacey.


  • Abstract: Research has demonstrated that the amount of accessible information related to an unrecalled target affects feeling-of-knowing (FOK) judgments (Koriat, 1993). In some situations, FOK judgment magnitude is not only related to the amount (quantity) but also the correctness (quality) of retrieved contextual information (e.g. Thomas, Bulevich, & Dubois, 2010). The present study examined ... read more
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