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Volume 24 Issue 2 (May 1985), Pages 73-144

Recall and recognition in depressives: Use of matched tasks (pages 127-128)

This study uses matched tasks methodology, and shows that unipolar depressives perform better on recognition than on recall. Since they also show a low level of item clustering in free recall, this suggests that the memory deficit of depressives is partly due to an associative disturbance.

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