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Fate of first-list associations in transfer theory.
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FALSE RECOGNITION PRODUCED BY IMPLICIT VERBAL RESPONSES.
  • B. Underwood
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 July 1965
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Interference and forgetting.
I know of no one who seriously maintains that interference among tasks is of no consequence in the production of forgetting. Whether forgetting is conceptualized at a strict psychological level or atExpand
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Proactive inhibition in short-term retention of single items
Summary Three experiments were performed to determine the relationship between certain variables influencing proactive inhibition in long-term retention of lists of verbal items and the influence ofExpand
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Critical issues in interference theory
Critical issues in the theoretical and experimental analysis of interference processes in retention are reviewed. The evolution of classical two-factor theory is traced, and the strengths andExpand
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Individual and group predictions of item difficulty for free learning.
  • B. Underwood
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 May 1966
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Integration of discrete verbal units in recognition memory.
Abstract : The two experiments examined factors underlying false alarms on recognition tests when the elements of the test items were presented alone for study at different points in time, and whenExpand
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Recognition memory as a function of length of study list
Previous work indicates that when appropriate methods are used, recognition memory for words does not differ as a function of the length of the study list (Schulman, 1974). There are theoreticalExpand
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