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Memorial Consequences of Imagination in Children and Adults

Aslan, Alp ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz


Recent work in adults suggests that imagination can impair later recall of previously encoded events but can improve recall of subsequently encoded events. The present study examined the memorial consequences of imagination in children. Kindergartners, first and fourth graders, and young adults studied two successively presented lists of items. Between the two lists, participants were provided an ...


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