Effects of experience and reminding on long-term recall in infancy: remembering not to forget.

@article{Bauer1995EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of experience and reminding on long-term recall in infancy: remembering not to forget.},
  author={Patricia J. Bauer and L A Hertsgaard and Sandi S. Wewerka},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={1995},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={
          260-98
        }
}
We examined whether some of the factors that facilitate recall in older children also extend to 1- to 2-years-olds. Using elicited imitation we assessed the efficacy of verbal (Experiment 1), and verbal plus nonverbal (Experiment 2) reminding on 15-month-olds' recall after a 1-week delay. Reminding ameliorated forgetting: Performance at delayed and immediate recall was equivalent. The addition of nonverbal information did not enhance recall above verbal information alone. In Experiment 3 we… CONTINUE READING

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