Recollection training and transfer effects in older adults: successful use of a repetition-lag procedure.

@article{Jennings2005RecollectionTA,
  title={Recollection training and transfer effects in older adults: successful use of a repetition-lag procedure.},
  author={Janine M. Jennings and Lauren M Webster and Bethea A. Kleykamp and Dale Dagenbach},
  journal={Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          278-98
        }
}
We examined an approach aimed at training consciously-controlled recollection, introduced by Jennings and Jacoby (2003) , for its ability to replicate and generalize. A continuous recognition task, requiring recollection to identify the occurrence of repeated items over gradually increasing lag intervals (number of intervening items between the first and second presentation of a repeated word), was given to a group of older adults twice a week for three weeks. Pre-and-post training performance… CONTINUE READING
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