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Individual differences in working memory capacity predict retrieval-induced forgetting

Aslan, Alp ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


Selectively retrieving a subset of previously studied information enhances memory for the retrieved information, but causes forgetting of related, nonretrieved information. Such retrieval-induced forgetting [RIF] has often been attributed to inhibitory executive-control processes which supposedly suppress the nonretrieved items’ memory representation. Here, we examined the role of working memory ...


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