A Theory About Why We Forget What We Once Knew

Abstract

Traditional theories of forgetting assume that everyday forgetting is a cue-overload phenomenon, and the primary laboratory method used for investigating that phenomenon has long been the A-B, A-C paired-associates procedure. A great deal of research in psychology, psychopharmacology, and neuroscience suggests that this approach to the study of forgetting… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wixted2005ATA, title={A Theory About Why We Forget What We Once Knew}, author={John T. Wixted}, year={2005} }