publication . Article . 2013

Implications for the Processing of Unattended Sound

Marsh, J. E.; Sorqvist, P.; Beaman, Philip; Jones, D. M.;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2013 Journal: Experimental Psychology, volume 60, pages 368-375 (issn: 1618-3169, eissn: 2190-5142, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Hogrefe Publishing Group
  • Country: United Kingdom
<jats:p> The Retrieval-Induced Forgetting (RIF) paradigm includes three phases: (a) study/encoding of category exemplars, (b) practicing retrieval of a sub-set of those category exemplars, and (c) recall of all exemplars. At the final recall phase, recall of items that belong to the same categories as those items that undergo retrieval practice, but that did not undergo retrieval practice themselves, is impaired. The received view is that this is because retrieval of target category-exemplars (e.g., “Tiger” in the category Four-legged animal) requires inhibition of nontarget category-exemplars (e.g., “Dog” and “Lion”) that compete for retrieval. Here, we used th...
free text keywords: Experimental and Cognitive Psychology, Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous), General Psychology, General Medicine, Retrieval-induced forgetting, Encoding (memory), Psychology, Distraction, QUIET, Recall, Cognitive psychology, Forgetting, Social psychology
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