CONTEXT-DEPENDENT MEMORY IN TWO NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS: ON LAND AND UNDERWATER

@inproceedings{Godden1975CONTEXTDEPENDENTMI,
  title={CONTEXT-DEPENDENT MEMORY IN TWO NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS: ON LAND AND UNDERWATER},
  author={Duncan R. Godden and Alan D. Baddeley},
  year={1975}
}
  • Duncan R. Godden, Alan D. Baddeley
  • Published 1975
  • Psychology
  • In a free recall experiment, divers learnt lists of words in two natural environments: on dry land and underwater, and recalled the words in either the environment of original learning, or in the alternative environment. Lists learnt underwater were best recalled underwater, and vice versa. A subsequent experiment shows that the disruption of moving from one environment to the other was unlikely to be responsible for context-dependent memory. 

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