Maintenance rehearsal affects knowing, not remembering; elaborative rehearsal affects remembering, not knowing.

Abstract

In a directed-forgetting paradigm, each word in a study list was followed by a cue designating that word as eitherlearn orforget. This cue appeared after either a short or a long delay. It was assumed that a long delay would increase maintenance rehearsal of all the words, and that only the words followed by a learn cue would be rehearsed elaboratively… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/BF03200764

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@article{Gardiner1994MaintenanceRA, title={Maintenance rehearsal affects knowing, not remembering; elaborative rehearsal affects remembering, not knowing.}, author={Jack M. Gardiner and Bernd Manfred Gawlik and Alan Richardson-Klavehn}, journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review}, year={1994}, volume={1 1}, pages={107-10} }