verbal working memory task
1)produce as many of the words as possible immediately following the presentation.
2)recognize the words they have seen before from a list of 24 words containing the original 12 words and 12 distractors.
3)following a delay of 20 minutes, recognize the words they have seen before from another list of 24 words containing the original list and 12 new distractors.
Alias(es)(VRM), Verbal Recognition Memory
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