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Ranschburg Pál felfedezése, a homogén gátlás (szériális tanulásnál a listán ismétlődő egység megjegyzése romlik) az utóbbi években újra széles körben vizsgált jelenséggé vált. A hatás megbízhatósága modern módszerekkel is demonstrálható, felhasználható a rövid tartamú emlékezet szerveződését leíró modellek tesztelésére. Magának a jelenségnek a magyarázatára azonban még nem alakult ki meggyőző elmélet.Recent results demonstrated the robustness of the Ranschburg-effect (decreased performance of repeated items in serial lists). On the one hand, this research provided important data about the inadequacy of some general models of short-term serial memory. On the other hand, this research demonstrates the necessity of new specific accounts of the effect per se.

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