The Effects of Associative Priming on Retroactive Interference

Carroll, William W.

We depend on our memory for events to inform the decisions we make in the moment. Whether you are trying to remember the name attached to a face you have only just meant, or trying to give crucial evidence to police about the events of a crime you witnessed, being able to remember the information is only part of it, this information needs to be accurate as well. Unfortunately, it ha... read more

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