Experiment 6

Within-subjects t-test
Wilcoxon matched-pairs signed-ranks test

A particular theory of memory predicts that sentence structure A will lead to better recall than sentence structure B. Twenty sentences of each type are presented, mixed up together in the same random order, to a group of 10 undergraduates. The participants are then given the main verb of each sentence and asked to complete the sentence. The number of sentences of each type correctly recalled is recorded for each participant.

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