CDL 27: I nearly forgot


Interference theory refers to the idea that forgetting occurs because the recall of certain items interferes with the recall of other items. In nature, the interfering items are said to originate from an over stimulating environment. Interference theory exists in three branches,Proactive, Retroactive and Output. Retroactive and Proactive inhibition each referring in contrast to the other.

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1 Response to CDL 27: I nearly forgot

  1. dweller says:

    mmmm relaxing… now who am I again?

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