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Each subject received only one trial. The results showed that the 5-year-olds exhibited approximately equal tendencies to recall the temporal and spatial orders (temporal, nine subjects; spatial, eight subjects), but the 6-, 7-, and 8-year-olds showed a predominant tendency to reproduce the temporal over the spatial order (13 to 6, 15 to 5 , and 16 to 3, for the 6-, 7-, and 8-year-olds, respectively). Moreover, the developmental frequencies exhibited a significant, increasing linear trend, with a slope that indicated a 10% yearly increase in temporal over spatial ordering.
The advantage of such measures is that they provide an index of sensitivity per se, independent of response bias. After a thorough review of various sensitivity measures, Berch (1975) concluded that the most appropriate ones for the probe-type task appear to be A’ (Grier, 1971; Johnson, 1976; Pollack & Norman, 1964) and SZ (Frey & Colliver, 1973). Both of these are nonparametric indexes, and thus do not require that the data meet the more stringent assumptions of the theory of signal detectability (Green & Swets, 1966).
Both Calfee (1970) and M. Donaldson and Strang (1969) found that by using the a posteriori probability index described earlier, a primacy effect, albeit a small one, emerged for young children. , 1966; M. Donaldson & Strang, 1969) by applying the signal detection index, d‘, to partial out response biases. The serial-position curves generated from this reanalysis revealed the existence of small but reliable primacy effects in all three of these studies. 2 . Proactive Interference In the original study by Atkinson et al.