Encoding strength determines item retention and retrieval

February 24, 2014 6:00 pm
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Hampson et al. (2013 JNE) point out “that after an intervening period of lack of exposure to the item, correct retention or retrieval of the item is dependent on the strength of encoding of the information at the time of the initial exposure” (pp. 1-2), citing in this regard Downes et al. (2002 Neuropsychologia) and Moscovitch et al. (2006 Curr Opin Neurobiol).

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