Anticipation boosts forgetting of voluntarily suppressed memories

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HANSLMAYR, Simon, Philipp LEIPOLD, Karl-Heinz BÄUML, 2010. Anticipation boosts forgetting of voluntarily suppressed memories. In: Memory. 18(3), pp. 1464-0, 686. Available under: doi: 10.1080/09658210903476548

@article{Hanslmayr2010Antic-6479, title={Anticipation boosts forgetting of voluntarily suppressed memories}, year={2010}, doi={10.1080/09658210903476548}, number={3}, volume={18}, journal={Memory}, pages={1464--0, 686}, author={Hanslmayr, Simon and Leipold, Philipp and Bäuml, Karl-Heinz} }

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