Tag: Value-directed Remembering

Free recall dynamics in value-directed remembering

Published in:┬áJournal of Memory and Language, Volume 100, June 2018, 18-31 Abstract “An emerging literature on value-directed remembering has shown that people are able to encode and remember information that is more important. Researchers operationalize importance by differentially assigning value to the memoranda that participants are asked to encode and remember. In the present investigation, a slightly altered value-directed-remembering paradigm was used to investigate how value modifies the dynamics of memory organization and search in free recall. In Experiment 1, free recall dynamics were compared between a control and a value condition. In Experiment 2, we manipulated the order of… Read More