Retrieval of two responses from one visually presented cue occurs sequentially at the outset of dual-retrieval practice. Exclusively for subjects who adopt a mode of grouping (i.e., synchronizing) their response execution, however, response times after dual-retrieval practice indicate a shift to learned retrieval parallelism. The project investigates how this learned parallelism is achieved in various age groups and why it appears to occur only for subjects who group their responses.
The processing architecture of practiced dual-memory retrieval
Duration: 2016 - 2019
Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr. habil. Tilo Strobach
Co-Investigator: Franziska Orscheschek, M.Sc.
Funding body: DFG
Cooperation partner: In cooperation with Prof. Dr. Timothy Rickard (University of San Diego, USA) and Prof. Dr. Torsten Schubert (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)