The relation between reproductive and reconstructive processing of memory content

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (2):191-191 (1996)

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Quantitative losses of memory content imply replicative processing; correspondence losses imply reconstructive processing. Research should focus on the relationship between these processes by obtaining accuracy- and quantity-based indicators of memory within the same framework. This approach will also yield information about the effects of task and individual-difference variables on loss and distortion, as well as the time course of each process
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