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True (but not false) memories are subject to retrieval-induced forgetting in children

This paper’s researchers studied the concept of retrieval-induced forgetting in children. Researchers found that while actual memories were indeed subject to retrieval-induced forgetting, false meories were not. The finding suggests cue indepedence – the idea of cues being entirely independent from one another – doesn’t necessarily hold true.

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