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Buildup and release from proactive interference – Cognitive and neural mechanisms

Kliegl, Oliver ; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T.


Interference from related memories is generally considered one of the major causes of forgetting in human memory. The most prevalent form of interference may be proactive interference (PI), which refers to the finding that memory of more recently studied information can be impaired by the previous study of other information. PI is a fairly persistent effect, but numerous studies have shown that ...


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