Varieties of Memory and Consciousness: Essays in Honour of Endel Tulving

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among the more empirically manageable and theoretically meaningful issues that have yet taken shape. As such, their investigation may be expected to enhance our understanding of both the circumstances under which state dependent effects occur, and the memory mechanisms that enable their emergence.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This chapter was prepared with the aid of NSERC grant U0298, and it profited from the cogent comments and criticisms offered by Bob Bjork, Jennifer Campbell, Peter Graf, Roddy Roediger, Jim Russell, and Dan Schacter.


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