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Figure 3. Serial recall errors of lists of syllables, e.g., f, k, l, in relation to serial position, contrasting a quiet control and three auditory conditions: non-rhyming words within the irrelevant speech sequence and phonologically similar to the TBR items (e.g., deaf, pay bell); non-rhyming words within irrelevant sequence and phonologically dissimilar to the TBR items (e.g., hat, cow, nest); words rhyming within the irrelevant speech sequence and phonologically dissimilar to the to-be-remembered items (e.g., door, war, more) (Adapted from Jones & Macken, 1995a).

Figure 3. Serial recall errors of lists of syllables, e.g., f, k, l, in relation to serial position, contrasting a quiet control and three auditory conditions: non-rhyming words within the irrelevant speech sequence and phonologically similar to the TBR items (e.g., deaf, pay bell); non-rhyming words within irrelevant
sequence and phonologically dissimilar to the TBR items (e.g., hat, cow, nest); words rhyming within the irrelevant speech sequence and phonologically dissimilar to the to-be-remembered items (e.g., door, war, more) (Adapted from Jones & Macken, 1995a).