Go to content
UR Home

List-method directed forgetting: Do critical findings generalize from short to long retention intervals?

URN to cite this document:
DOI to cite this document:
Abel, Magdalena ; Kuchler, Bettina ; Meier, Elisabeth ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.
License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
PDF - Published Version
Date of publication of this fulltext: 25 Jun 2021 08:58

This publication is part of the DEAL contract with Springer.


People can purposefully forget information that has become irrelevant, as is demonstrated in list-method directed forgetting (LMDF). In this task, participants are cued to intentionally forget an already studied list (list 1) before encoding a second list (list 2); this induces forgetting of the first-list items. Most research on LMDF has been conducted with short retention intervals, but very ...


Owner only: item control page
  1. Homepage UR

University Library

Publication Server


Publishing: oa@ur.de
0941 943 -4239 or -69394

Dissertations: dissertationen@ur.de
0941 943 -3904

Research data: datahub@ur.de
0941 943 -5707

Contact persons