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  • For serial recall, the modality effect is seen in an increased memory span for auditorally presented lists.
  • Bennet Murdock used a basic free recall paradigm, with different types of lists, mixing auditorally and visually presented words.
  • Robert Greene utilized this observation in 1987 to discover that this suffix effect has a larger impact on lists learned auditorally as opposed to visually.
  • However, with mixed list presentations (lists presented both auditorally and visually in a single study period) the superiority of auditory study is seen in all serial positions, not just in recency.
  • Glenberg showed that the modality effect is also prevalent in long term memory, showing that to-be-remembered word pairs that are separated by distractor activity are better recalled if presented auditorally vs. visually.