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FALSE RECOGNITION PRODUCED BY IMPLICIT VERBAL RESPONSES.
  • B. Underwood
  • Psychology
    Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 July 1965
Fate of first-list associations in transfer theory.
Interference and forgetting.
TLDR
There is a general agreement that interference among tasks must produce a sizable proportion of forgetting and that most forgetting must be a function of the learning of tasks which interfere with that which has already been learned.
Critical issues in interference theory
TLDR
Critical issues in the theoretical and experimental analysis of interference processes in retention are reviewed and new conceptualizations of interference proposed by these authors, which place major emphasis on retrieval dependencies and on the role of encoding and retrieval processes, are considered and evaluated.
Individual and group predictions of item difficulty for free learning.
  • B. Underwood
  • Education
    Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1 May 1966
Individual differences as a crucible in theory construction.
My proposal is that we should formulate our nomothetic theories in a way that will allow an immediate individual-differences test. I am proposing this because, among other benefits, I believe this
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