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The Accuracy of Source Monitoring Across the Auditory, Visual and Action Modalities

Abstract:

This study investigated the effect of imagination on source monitoring errors across three modalities (action, audition and vision), and the effects of increased number of imaginings (once compared to five times) on source monitoring performance. Thirty-four participants were exposed to 25 action, 25 auditory and 25 visual items. The items were either actually presented or imagined. Of the 25 items, 15 items were actually presented once, while five items were presented for imagining once and ...

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10.1080/0004953042000298582

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Barutchu, A More by this author
Houston, D More by this author
Journal:
Australian Journal of Psychology
Volume:
55
Issue:
3
Pages:
135-139
Publication date:
2003-12-05
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ISSN:
0004-9530
URN:
uuid:3d0cf16a-225d-4c88-a551-48f6ccc1894c
Source identifiers:
489857
Local pid:
pubs:489857
Language:
English

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