Direct and indirect measures of intentional forgetting in children and adults: evidence for retrieval inhibition and reinstatement.

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In two experiments children in grades 3 and 4 and college students were given an item-by-item cued intentional forgetting task (i.e., instructions were to remember some words and to forget others), either a direct (cued recall word-stem completion) or an indirect (repetition priming word-stem completion) test of memory for the words, and a final free recall… (More)

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@article{Lehman1997DirectAI, title={Direct and indirect measures of intentional forgetting in children and adults: evidence for retrieval inhibition and reinstatement.}, author={Elyse Brauch Lehman and M J McKinley-Pace and Janet A Wilson and Marina Slavsky and Mark E Woodson}, journal={Journal of experimental child psychology}, year={1997}, volume={64 2}, pages={295-316} }