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Second Language Processing Shows Increased Native- Like Neural Responses after Months of No Exposure
(PLoS One, 2012-03-28)
Although learning a second language (L2) as an adult is notoriously difficult, research has shown that adults can indeed attain native language-like brain processing and high proficiency levels. However, it is important ...
Overcoming Fixation: The Role for Incubation and Inhibition
Storm and Angello (2010) demonstrated that the inhibitory mechanism underlying retrieval-induced forgetting benefited performance on the Remote Associates Task (RAT; Mednick, 1962) under fixated conditions. They attributed ...
Retrieval-Induced Forgetting of Emotional Autobiographical Memories
Retrieval-induced forgetting is a phenomenon in which the retrieval of an item from memory causes the forgetting of other related or competing items. This forgetting is thought to be the consequence of inhibitory processes ...
How Declarative and Procedural Memory Interact with Language Training Conditions
The pattern of adult second language acquisition and proficiency does not follow as stable a pattern as it does in children. Various individual differences have been explored to potentially account for this difference. ...