m-Organized Retention and Cued Recall ' Endel Tulving

@inproceedings{Ebbiwhaus2008mOrganizedRA,
  title={m-Organized Retention and Cued Recall ' Endel Tulving},
  author={Ebbiwhaus},
  year={2008}
}
  • Ebbiwhaus
  • Published 2008
EVER SINCE Hermann Ebbiwhaus (1885) brought phenomena of memory under experimental scrutiny in the psychological laboratory and William James (1890) eloquently epitomized the distilled wisdom of other great thinkers on the subject, research on remembering and forgetting has b e e n growing by leaps and bounds. Everyone agrees that this research has by now produced an immensequantity of empirical data, but few a r e willing to claim that i t has created any genuine novel conceptual insights… CONTINUE READING

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