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The recall of SPTs with objects present was compared to the recall of SPTs without objects. No differences in recall were found in some studies (BWcman & Nilsson, 1984;R. L. Cohen, 1988;R L. Cohen, Peterson. & Mantini-AtMnson. 1987, Experiment 1). although in one case, items without objects yielded better recall than those with objects (R L. Cohen, Peterson, & Mantini-Atkfnson, 1987,Experiment 2). Furthermore, in one study, recall probabilities were calculated separately for the action component and the object component of the SpTs; the results showed that a high recall probability for the action component was more predictive of item recall than a high recall probability for the object component (R.
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