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Dissociating the two faces of selective memory retrieval

Dobler, Ina-Maria ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


Research of the past four decades has repeatedly shown that selective retrieval of some (nontarget) memories can impair subsequent retrieval of other (target) information, a finding known as retrieval-induced forgetting. More recently, however, there is evidence that selective retrieval can both impair and enhance recall of related memories (K.-H. T. Bäuml & A. Samenieh, 2010). To identify ...


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