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In 2 experiments, we examined the interplay of 2 types of memory errors: forgetting and false memory-errors of omission and commission, respectively. We examined the effects of 2 manipulations known to inhibit retrieval of studied words-directed forgetting and part-list cuing-on the false recall of an unstudied "critical" word following study of its 15 strongest associates. Participants cued to forget the 1st of 2 studied lists before studying the 2nd recalled fewer List 1 words but intrudeddoi:10.1037/0096-34188.8.131.52 fatcat:f3iy3rzebbbulaicppcw5qaxne