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Later maturation of the beneficial than the detrimental effect of selective memory retrieval

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Aslan, Alp ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz
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In adults, selective memory retrieval can both impair and improve recall of other memories (K.-H. T. Bäuml & A. Samenieh, 2010). This study examined whether children also show these two faces of memory retrieval. Employing a variant of the directed-forgetting task, second, fourth, and seventh graders studied a list of target and nontarget items, and, after study, received a cue to either forget ...


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