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The Search of Associative Memory with Recovery Interference ( SAMRI ) memory model and its application to retrieval practice paradigms

@inproceedings{Huber2014TheSO,
  title={The Search of Associative Memory with Recovery Interference ( SAMRI ) memory model and its application to retrieval practice paradigms},
  author={D. Huber},
  year={2014}
}
  • D. Huber
  • Published 2014
  • The Search of Associate Memory (SAM) memory model of Raaijmakers and Shiffrin (1981) was the first global matching model, providing a unified account of recall effects. SAM assumes that recall is a two-stage process, involving the sampling of a memory based on match to context, followed by an attempt to recover the item associated with the sampled memory. Sampling produces episodic interference because all of the matching memories compete to be sampled. In contrast, there is no interference… CONTINUE READING
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