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Amylobarbitone and forgetting.

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In an earlier report (Hulme et al. 1979), we argued that sodium amylobarbitone (SAB) affects the acquisition of information. That conclusion was based on the finding that SAB produces rates of forgetting that are similar to control, thereby ruling out storage (and possibly retrieval) deficiencies which would predict dissimilar rates. However, it is possible that the rate of forgetting is itself influenced by the amount of information that actually entered store in the first place, and SAB red...

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10.1007/bf00434410

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Journal:
Psychopharmacology
Volume:
71
Issue:
2
Pages:
189-193
Publication date:
1980
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EISSN:
1432-2072
ISSN:
0033-3158
URN:
uuid:3c585d8f-02ab-4863-b1a0-e9c3e09f3516
Source identifiers:
2760
Local pid:
pubs:2760
Language:
English
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