Memory search without interference: The role of integration

@article{Myers1984MemorySW,
  title={Memory search without interference: The role of integration},
  author={Jerome L. Myers and E. J. O'Brien and David A. Balota and Maria L. Toyofuku},
  journal={Cognitive Psychology},
  year={1984},
  volume={16},
  pages={217-242}
}
Several researchers have shown that the time required to retrieve a sentence increases with the number of unrelated facts learned about concepts in that sentence. L. M. Reder and J. R. Anderson (1980, Cognitive Psychology, 12, 447–472) have argued that such fan effects also occur when the facts are integrated, provided that subjects must carry out a search of memory. In the present set of three experiments, we followed Reder and Anderson's procedure but, in a highintegration condition, used… CONTINUE READING

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