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Irrelevant speech and irrelevant tones: the relative importance of speech to the irrelevant speech effect

Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition

Mar 1, 1997

D C LeCompteJ Clare Wilson

PMID: 9080015

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Irrelevant auditory stimuli disrupt immediate serial recall. In the equipotentiality hypothesis, D. M. Jones and W. J. Macken (1993) made the controversial prediction that speech and tones have an equivalent disruptive effect. In the present study, 5 experiments tested their hypothesis....read more

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Mental Concentration
Speech Perception
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Serial Learning
Immediate Recall
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Irrelevant speech and irrelevant tones: the relative importance of speech to the irrelevant speech effect

Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition

Mar 1, 1997

D C LeCompteJ Clare Wilson

PMID: 9080015

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Irrelevant auditory stimuli disrupt immediate serial recall. In the equipotentiality hypothesis, D. M. Jones and W. J. Macken (1993) made the controversial prediction that speech and tones have an equivalent disruptive effect. In the present study, 5 experiments tested their hypothesis....read more

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Mental Concentration
Speech Perception
Pitch Perception
Serial Learning
Immediate Recall

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