Forgetting in immediate serial recall: decay, temporal distinctiveness, or interference?

@article{Oberauer2008ForgettingII,
  title={Forgetting in immediate serial recall: decay, temporal distinctiveness, or interference?},
  author={K. Oberauer and S. Lewandowsky},
  journal={Psychological review},
  year={2008},
  volume={115 3},
  pages={
          544-76
        }
}
Three hypotheses of forgetting from immediate memory were tested: time-based decay, decreasing temporal distinctiveness, and interference. The hypotheses were represented by 3 models of serial recall: the primacy model, the SIMPLE (scale-independent memory, perception, and learning) model, and the SOB (serial order in a box) model, respectively. The models were fit to 2 experiments investigating the effect of filled delays between items at encoding or at recall. Short delays between items… Expand
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