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Retroactive Interference Model of Power-Law Forgetting
Memory and forgetting constitute two sides of the same coin, and although the first has been rigorously investigated, the latter is often overlooked. A number of experiments under the realm of psychology and experimental neuroscience have described the properties of forgetting in humans and animals, showing that forgetting exhibits a power-law relationship with time. These results indicate a counter-intuitive property of forgetting, namely that old memories are more stable than younger ones. Wedoi:10.1101/710269 fatcat:wuva25xihreo7jdn7fw5h3g6r4