Age di V erences in depth of retrieval : Memory for foils

@inproceedings{Jacoby2005AgeDV,
  title={Age di V erences in depth of retrieval : Memory for foils},
  author={Larry L. Jacoby and Yujiro Shimizu and Katerina Velanova and Matthew G. Rhodes},
  year={2005}
}
Control over memory can be achieved in two ways: by constraining retrieval such that only sought after information comes to mind or, alternatively, by means of post-access monitoring. We used a memory-for-foils paradigm to gain evidence of diVerences in retrieval constraints. In this paradigm, participants studied words under deep or shallow encoding conditions and were given a memory test that required them to discriminate between new items (foils) and either deep or shallow targets. A Wnal… CONTINUE READING

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