The spacing effect in older and younger adults: does context matter?

Abstract

Age-related memory change has been a topic of much investigation in recent years, including spacing benefits and reliance on contextual cues. We manipulated the spacing schedule and the context of learning and observed the effects on long-term recall ability in healthy older and younger adults. After learning Swahili-English word pairs, half practiced… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/13825585.2016.1251552

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