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Testing the context-change account of list-method directed forgetting: The role of retention interval

Abel, Magdalena ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


People can voluntarily forget previously studied material when cued to do so. Such directed forgetting may arise because the forget cue induces a change in mental context, thus causing context-dependent forgetting. This context-change account predicts that both context-dependent forgetting and directed forgetting should be relatively transient and be reduced, if not eliminated, after prolonged ...


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