An Archive of Replication Attempts in Experimental Psychology

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Title Reference to Original Report of Finding Brief Statement of Original Result Type of Replication AttemptedResult TypeDifference? Number of SubjectsNumber of Subjects in Original Study Year in which Replication Attempt was MadeName of Investigators Tags How to Cite this Posting
Eye Movements and Handedness in Memory View More Details of Posting!Lyle, K. B., Logan, J. M., & Roediger, H. L. (2008). Eye movements enhance memory for individuals who are strongly right-handed and harm it for individuals who are not. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(3), 515-520. The original results reported that horizontal eye movements improve memory for strongly right-handed (SR) participants, but participants who are not strongly right-handed (nSR) do not show improved memory. An interaction between handedness and eye movement condition (horizontal vs. no eye movements) approached significance for correct recall and achieved significance for false recall; eye movements resulted in fewer intrusions for SR participants, but nSR participants exhibited more intrusions. Conceptual ReplicationFailure to Replicate Opposite Direction, .25 - .71 110 142 2015John Scofield and Bogdan KosticMemory View

APA Style

John Scofield and Bogdan Kostic. Eye Movements and Handedness in Memory. (2016, April 05). Retrieved 22:48, February 22, 2018 from

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"Eye Movements and Handedness in Memory" John Scofield and Bogdan Kostic. 05 Apr 2016 12:08 22 Feb 2018, 22:48 <>

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'Eye Movements and Handedness in Memory', John Scofield and Bogdan Kostic, , 05 April 2016 12:08 <> [accessed 22 February 2018]

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"Eye Movements and Handedness in Memory", John Scofield and Bogdan Kostic, , (accessed February 22, 2018)


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