Implicit and Explicit Forgetting: When is Gist Remembered?

  title={Implicit and Explicit Forgetting: When is Gist Remembered?},
  author={J. Dorfman and G. Mandler},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology},
  pages={651 - 672}
  • J. Dorfman, G. Mandler
  • Published 1994
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
  • Recognition (YES/NO) and stem completion (cued: complete with a word from the list; and uncued: complete with the first word that comes to mind) were tested following either semantic or non-semantic processing of a categorized input list. Item/instance information was tested by contrasting target items from the input list with new items that were categorically related to them; gist/categorical information was tested by comparing target items semantically related to the input items with… CONTINUE READING
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