Unformatted text preview: the recall took place in the same environment. Godden and Baddeley then concluded that the environment acts as a contextual cue for recall. In Godden and Baddeley’s experiment, they would find out that in their data their participants tend to recall the last few words more than other words in the middle. The reason of that is because of the recency effect. The recency effect is the effect that enhanced memory for the last items in a series of items that have been learned in serial learning. That is, given a list of items to remember, we will tend to remember the last few things more than those things in the middle. The recency effect has most effect in repeated persuasion messages when there is a delay between the messages....
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- Spring '07
- Psychology, different kinds, recency effect, Baddeley Experiment, recall risk