Journal of Mathematical Psychology volume 48, issue 6, P364-384 2004 DOI: 10.1016/j.jmp.2004.09.002 View full text
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Richard A. Chechile

Abstract: This paper provides a critique of the Chechile and Meyer (J. Math. Psychol. 13 (1976) 269) multinomial processing tree (MPT) models that were generated for the measurement of storage and retrieval components of the correct recall rate. These models were developed for a specific test procedure that involved the random mixing of recall and recognition trials. A key problem with the Chechile and Meyer (J. Math. Psychol. 13 (1976) 269) models is the validity of an assumption made for foil recognition test trials…

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