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The two faces of selective memory retrieval: recall specificity of the detrimental but not the beneficial effect

Bäuml, Karl-Heinz ; Dobler, Ina-Maria



Abstract

Depending on the degree to which the original study context is accessible, selective memory retrieval can be detrimental or beneficial for the recall of other memories (Baeuml & Samenieh, 2012). Prior work has shown that the detrimental effect of memory retrieval is typically recall specific and does not arise after restudy trials, whereas recall specificity of the beneficial effect has not been ...

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