Episodic retrieval and forgetting.

@inproceedings{Racsmny2017EpisodicRA,
  title={Episodic retrieval and forgetting.},
  author={Mih{\'a}ly Racsm{\'a}ny},
  year={2017}
}
Background: Intentional forgetting refers to the surprising phenomenon that we can forget previously successfully encoded memories if we are instructed to do so. Here, we show that participants cannot only intentionally forget episodic memories but they can also mirror the ‘‘forgetting performance’’ of an observed model. Methodology/Principal Findings: In four experiments a participant observed a model who took part in a memory experiment. In Experiment 1 and 2 observers saw a movie about the… CONTINUE READING

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