Resonance, contextual overlap and goal reactivation: the case of subgoal-related contextual cues

Abstract : The resonance model framework (Myers & O’Brien, 1998) assumes a passive, fast-acting resonance process as the basic mechanism for retrieving prior information. This process is triggered as soon as a semantic and contextual overlap is present between information currently processed and information stored in long term memory. We investigated the hypothesis that a specific overlap, related to the temporo-causal structure of the text, may influence the resonance process. Results stress the importance of contextual overlap for the resonance process and highlight the role of text structure in the manipulation of the overlap.
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Catherine Jovet, Jean-Baptiste Légal, Sandra Jhean-Larose, Guy Denhière. Resonance, contextual overlap and goal reactivation: the case of subgoal-related contextual cues. Current Psychology Letters/Behaviour, Brain and Cognition, de Boeck Université, 2007, 3 (23). ⟨hal-01964540⟩

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