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The critical role of retrieval processes in release from proactive interference

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T. ; Kliegl, Oliver


Proactive interference (PI) refers to the �finding that memory for recently studied (target) information can be vastly impaired by the previous study of other (nontarget) information. PI can be reduced in a number of ways, for instance, by directed forgetting of the prior nontarget information, the testing of the prior nontarget information, or an internal context change before study of the ...


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