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Name
Label/Question

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

Participant ID

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Sequential trial number

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ID number for target (stimulus) name

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Target Name

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Response Name

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Neighbor Name

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Nearest neighbor substitution?

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Reaction Time

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Score (correct or error)

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Length of name in characters

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Mean Percent Correct

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Left Handed

Are you right-handed?

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

Language

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Licensed to practice

If you are a physician, nurse, or pharmacist, are you currently licensed and practicing in Canada?

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Female

Your sex. (Circle the number of your answer)

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Age

Your present age: _____ years

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Profession

Which of the following best describes you? (Circle number)

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Job Description Detail

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Degree

Which advanced degree(s)/designation(s) do you hold? (Circle number(s))

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Second degree

Which advanced degree(s)/designation(s) do you hold? (Circle number(s))

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

Third degree

Which advanced degree(s)/designation(s) do you hold? (Circle number(s))

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

Degree detail

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Yrs. of Experience

If you are a physician, nurse, or pharmacist, how long have you been practicing?

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

Specialty

If you are a physician, nurse, or pharmacist, how would you describe your specialty, if any?

Taken from: Perception and Memory Experiments Using Drug Names [2010, Canada] - Progressive Demasking Experiment Data.

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