Recall and Recognition as a Function of Primary RehearsaP

@inproceedings{Woodward2006RecallAR,
  title={Recall and Recognition as a Function of Primary RehearsaP},
  author={Addison E Woodward and Robert A. Bjork},
  year={2006}
}
Three flee-recall experiments were motivated by the common-sense notion that an item should be better remembered and less easily forgotten the greater the rehearsal devoted to the item. In each experiment, four lists of words were presented and a cue to remember or to forget was presented after each word in a list in turn. Before each cue was presented, however, there was a variable blank period during which subjects were required to hold the current word in memory. Immediate and final recall… CONTINUE READING