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Intentional Memory Instructions Direct Attention But Do Not Enhance Visual Memory
The current experiment examines whether intentional encoding instructions improve long-term recognition memory for visual appearance. Past experiments suffer from various methodological flaws, such as inadequate statistical power or confounding of variables such as attention and task relevance withintentional memory instructions.In the current experiment, the effect of memory instructions was examined using a factorial design, so that attention to/task relevance of objects could be manipulateddoi:10.1177/2158244014553588 fatcat:nzfwiavnzfatxk4o5aobtt4oma