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The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting / Irene, Reppa; James, Greville

Acta Psychologica, Volume: 143, Issue: 2, Pages: 210 - 217

Swansea University Authors: Irene, Reppa, James, Greville

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Information retrieval can cause forgetting for related but non-retrieved information. Such retrieval-inducedforgetting (RIF) has been previously found for semantically and episodically related information. The currentstudy used RIF to examine whether response effector and location are encoded explic...

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title The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting
spellingShingle The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting
Irene, Reppa
James, Greville
title_short The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting
title_full The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting
title_fullStr The representation of response effector and response location in episodic memory for newly acquired actions: Evidence from retrieval-induced forgetting
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description Information retrieval can cause forgetting for related but non-retrieved information. Such retrieval-inducedforgetting (RIF) has been previously found for semantically and episodically related information. The currentstudy used RIF to examine whether response effector and location are encoded explicitly in action memory.Participants learned unique touchscreen responses to ten novel objects. Correct actions to each object involvedleft-hand or right-hand pushing of one of four possible object buttons. After learning, participantspracticed two of the ten object-specific sequences. Unpracticed actions could share hand only, button only,both hand and button, or neither hand nor button, with the practiced actions. Subsequent testing showed significantRIF (in retrieval accuracy and speed measures) for actions that shared hand only, button only, or bothhand and button with the practiced action. The results have implications for understanding the representationsmediating episodic action memory, and for the potential of RIF as a tool for elucidating feature-basedrepresentations in this and other domains.
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