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The probability of recalling an item declines with the number of items subsumed by its functional retrieval cue. 3, record 1, English, - cue%2Doverload%20principle
The cue overload principle: Cues can become associated with more and more items at various encoding opportunities, thus reducing their effectiveness at the time of retrieval. 2, record 1, English, - cue%2Doverload%20principle
Principe de la surcharge de l'indice. Un indice mnésique associé à un grand nombre d'informations réduit la probabilité de récupérer une information particulière. 1, record 1, French, - principe%20de%20surcharge%20de%20l%27indice
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