The proximate memory mechanism underlying the survival-processing effect: Richness of encoding or interactive imagery?

@article{Kroneisen2013ThePM,
  title={The proximate memory mechanism underlying the survival-processing effect: Richness of encoding or interactive imagery?},
  author={Meike Kroneisen and E. Erdfelder and A. Buchner},
  journal={Memory},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={494 - 502}
}
Nairne and collaborators showed that assessing the relevance of words in the context of an imagined survival scenario boosts memory for these words. Although this survival-processing advantage has attracted a considerable amount of research, little is known about the proximate memory mechanism mediating this effect. Recently, Kroneisen and Erdfelder (2011) argued that it is not survival processing itself that facilitates recall but rather the richness and distinctiveness of encoding that is… Expand
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