Interference in implicit memory caused by processing of interpolated material.

@article{Martens2002InterferenceII,
  title={Interference in implicit memory caused by processing of interpolated material.},
  author={Sander Martens and Gezinus Wolters},
  journal={The American journal of psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={115 2},
  pages={
          169-85
        }
}
This study addresses the susceptibility of implicit memory to interference. Interference is manipulated by presenting interpolated lists of words that do or do not have word stems in common with previously studied target words (e.g., target word paragraph followed by interpolated words such as paradise or vicinity). Interference in a word stem completion task occurred only when words had similar word stems (Experiment 1). Increasing the number of interpolated words with corresponding word stems… CONTINUE READING
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