Strategies of remembering: a study of directed forgetting
This study was an investigation of the processes underlying people's performance in directed forgetting experiments. A variety of techniques were employed for this purpose, including paired associate probe, free recall, and running recognition tasks. Experiments 1 and 2 used a repeated item technique to examine the relative contributions of selective rehearsal and item differentiation in determining the effect of an instruction to forget. Both rehearsal and item differentiation were found to...[Show more]
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