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4 THE INTERFERENCE THEORY OF FORGETTING
B J Underwood and L Postman Extraexperimental sources
R J Koppenaal Time changes in the strengths of AB AC lists
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analysis analysis of variance asso associative strength assumption channel capacity concept control group correct responses criterion cues effect evidence experiment experimental group forgetting frequency function given grammatical Hi-T hypothesis increase inhibition interference interference theory Kendler mean number mediation memory ment method negative transfer nonreversal shifts nonsense syllables number of trials obtained occur overlearning paired-associate pairs paradigm percentage performance perimental Peterson positive transfer possible predicted present proactive inhibition proactive interference probability problem procedure Psychol psychology recall reinforcement relation remote associations repetition retention interval retroactive retroactive inhibition rote learning scores second list sentence sequence sequential serial learning serial list serial position curve serial position effect short-term short-term memory shown significant similarity sponses stimulus strategies subjects syllables Table test trial theory tion tive trigrams Underwood values variables variance verbal behavior words