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Adaptive memory: The influence of sleep and wake delay on the survival-processing effect

Abel, Magdalena ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


Processing items in terms of their survival value leads to superior memory relative to many deep (semantic) processing tasks. To date, such survival processing has been investigated with short delay intervals only, ignoring possible e�ffects of longer wake and sleep delay. In this study, subjects performed orienting tasks that induced survival or deep (semantic) processing of single items. A ...


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