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Retrieval from Episodic Memory: Neural Mechanisms of Interference Resolution

Wimber, Maria ; Rutschmann, Roland-Marcus ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz


Selectively retrieving a target memory among related memories requires some degree of inhibitory control over interfering and competing memories, a process held to be supported by inhibitory mechanisms. Evidence from behavioral studies suggests that such inhibitory control can lead to subsequent forgetting of the interfering information, a finding called retrieval-induced forgetting [Anderson, M. ...


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