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Aurnhammer-Frith, U; (1969) Emphasis and meaning in recall in normal and autistic children. Lang Speech , 12 (1) pp. 29-38. 10.1177/002383096901200103.

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FRITH, U; HERMELIN, B; (1969) ROLE OF VISUAL AND MOTOR CUES FOR NORMAL, SUBNORMAL AND AUTISTIC CHILDREN. J CHILD PSYCHOL PSYC , 10 (3) 153 - &.

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MANDLER, G; (1969) INPUT VARIABLES AND OUTPUT STRATEGIES IN FREE RECALL OF CATEGORIZED LISTS. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY , 82 (4) 531-&. 10.2307/1420446.

MANDLER, G; DEAN, PJ; (1969) SERIATION - DEVELOPMENT OF SERIAL ORDER IN FREE RECALL. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY , 81 (2) 207-&. 10.1037/h0027767.

MANDLER, G; GRIFFITH, N; (1969) ACQUISITION AND ORGANIZATION OF NEW ITEMS IN FREE RECALL OF RANDOM LISTS. JOURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR , 8 (4) 545-&. 10.1016/S0022-5371(69)80101-5.

MANDLER, G; PEARLSTO, Z; KOOPMANS, HS; (1969) EFFECTS OF ORGANIZATION AND SEMANTIC SIMILARITY ON RECALL AND RECOGNITION. JOURNAL OF VERBAL LEARNING AND VERBAL BEHAVIOR , 8 (3) 410-&. 10.1016/S0022-5371(69)80134-9.

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WARRINGT.EK, ; SHALLICE, T; (1969) SELECTIVE IMPAIRMENT OF AUDITORY VERBAL SHORT-TERM MEMORY. BRAIN , 92 885 - &.

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