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How delay influences search processes at test.

Kliegl, Oliver ; Carls, Tarek ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


Delay-induced forgetting refers to the finding that memory for studied material typically decreases as the delay between study and test is increased. The results of 3 experiments are reported designed to examine whether this form of forgetting is primarily caused by interference effects or contextual drift effects when people engage in neutral distractor tasks during the delay. Response latency ...


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