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Query Subject:   Q: Repetition and fluency
Author:   Ewa Dabrowska
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   HELLO EVERYBODY,

I VAGUELY REMEMBER READING ABOUT EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN WHICH PEOPLE WERE ASKED TO RETELL THE SAME STORY SEVERAL TIMES, AND BECAME MORE FLUENT ON EAACH RETELLING (AND ALSO TENDED TO MAKE THE SAME LEXICAL CHOICES), BUT CANNOT LOCATE ANY PUBLISHED WORK ON THIS. CAN ANYONE HELP?

PLEASE REPLY TO E.DABROWSKA@SHEF.AC.UK
LL Issue: 14.2852
Date posted: 21-Oct-2003