Forgetting induced by recognition of visual images.

  title={Forgetting induced by recognition of visual images.},
  author={Ashleigh M. Maxcey and Geoffrey F. Woodman},
  journal={Visual cognition},
  volume={22 6},
Retrieval-induced forgetting is a phenomenon in which groups of stimuli are initially learned, but then a subset of those stimuli are subsequently remembered via retrieval practice, causing the forgetting of the other initially learned items. This phenomenon has almost exclusively been studied using linguistic stimuli. The goal of the present study was to determine whether our memory for simultaneously learned visual stimuli was subject to a similar type of memory impairment. Participants were… CONTINUE READING
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