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Fig. 6

From: Drawings of real-world scenes during free recall reveal detailed object and spatial information in memory

Fig. 6

Comparing recognition and recall performance for images. a A scatterplot of the 60 images used in the experiment arranged by tied-ranked recall rate (proportion of Delayed Recall participants who successfully drew each image, using a tied rank where tied scores take on the average ranking) versus tied-ranked recognition rate (proportion of participants who recognized the image in the recognition task). Recall and recognition rates showed no significant Spearman correlation (ϱ= -0.08, p = 0.541), indicating there are different tendencies in the images one recalls versus those they recognize. b Example images that vary on the opposite ends of recall and recognition, determined by being beyond 1 SD above or below recognition and recall mean performance. Ranking number shows tied rank ranging from highest performance (1) to lowest (60). The points corresponding to these images are colored in a

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