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modality effect


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Any effect of the presentation of information via different sensory modalities, one example being the superior immediate recall of simple verbal information presented in the auditory rather than the visual modality, although the effect is restricted to the terminal part of the message, and another example being the superior long-term recall of complex verbal information presented via the visual rather than the auditory modality. See also cross-modal transfer.

Subjects: Psychology.


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