Assessing long-term forgetting: A pragmatic approach

Sergio Della Sala*, Alan Baddeley, Nan Peng, Robert Logie

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Human memory in general and episodic memory in particular is impaired across a wide range of neuropsychological conditions ranging from the moderate impairment with advancing age through to extreme disruption in classic cases of the amnesic syndrome (see reviews in MacPherson & Della Sala, 2019). Perhaps surprisingly however, while problems in encoding and retrieval can readily be demonstrated, whether amnesic patients forget material at a normal rate once it has been acquired is still debated.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)80-89
Early online date28 Nov 2023
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2024


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