Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting

Schindler S, Kißler J (2018)
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55(10): UNSP e13207.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
In item-method directed forgetting, worse memory performance occurs for to-be-forgotten (TBF) than for to-be-remembered (TBR) items. However, recently TBF items have been found to be recognized more accurately than uninformative (UI) items not associated with any specific task. Here, we compare ERPs elicited by cues signaling the remember or the forget instruction with those elicited by uninformative cues. Participants were presented with a series of complex pictures, each followed by a symbolic TBR, TBF, or UI cue. On a yes-no recognition test, accuracy was higher for TBR than for both TBF and UI items. However, TBF items were recognized more accurately than UI items. ERPs elicited by the TBR cue were larger than ERPs elicited by both TBF and UI cues at the frontal P2, the late frontal negativity, and the late parietal positivity complex. This is consistent with more attention capture, selective rehearsal, and long-term memory encoding of TBR. In contrast, both TBF and UI cues induced a larger frontal N2 than TBR cues. Critically, TBF elicited a larger late right-frontal positivity than both UI and TBR cues and a larger late parietal positivity than UI cues. Moreover, the late right-frontal positivity was correlated with better recognition performance. It may therefore reflect processing orientation rather than inhibition per se. Results suggest that, when compared to UI cues, both TBR and TBF cues are processed actively. Distinct processing is seen at right frontal and centroparietal positive ERPs that may mediate better subsequent recognition of TBF than of UI items.
Stichworte
directed forgetting; EEG/ERP; episodic memory; inhibition; ironic; effects
Erscheinungsjahr
2018
Zeitschriftentitel
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
Band
55
Ausgabe
10
Art.-Nr.
UNSP e13207
ISSN
0048-5772
eISSN
1469-8986
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2931488

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Schindler S, Kißler J. Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY. 2018;55(10): UNSP e13207.
Schindler, S., & Kißler, J. (2018). Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 55(10), UNSP e13207. doi:10.1111/psyp.13207
Schindler, S., and Kißler, J. (2018). Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55:UNSP e13207.
Schindler, S., & Kißler, J., 2018. Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 55(10): UNSP e13207.
S. Schindler and J. Kißler, “Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting”, PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, vol. 55, 2018, : UNSP e13207.
Schindler, S., Kißler, J.: Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY. 55, : UNSP e13207 (2018).
Schindler, Sebastian, and Kißler, Johanna. “Too hard to forget? ERPs to remember, forget, and uninformative cues in the encoding phase of item-method directed forgetting”. PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55.10 (2018): UNSP e13207.

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