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Remembering Can Cause Inhibition: Retrieval-Induced Inhibition as Cue Independent Process
Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition
Previous experiments have mostly relied on recall as a dependent measure to assess whether retrieval of information from memory causes inhibition of related information. This study aimed to measure this inhibition in a more direct way. In Experiment 1, it was shown that repeated retrieval of exemplars from a category resulted in longer recognition latencies to nonretrieved exemplars from that same category, compared with recognition latencies to control exemplars. Experiment 2 obtained the samedoi:10.1037/0278-73188.8.131.525 pmid:14979806 fatcat:sexpzz22gfbevlcuynjdvikqqu