Date of Award
Master of Arts in Psychology
Walter Samuel Hunter
retroactive inhibition, emotions, inhibition
The purpose of the present paper is to review the work that has been done on the general problem of retroactive inhibition and to present some experimental work of a further problem: the effect of emotional reactions, as the interpolated activity, upon the retention of previously learned series of nonsense syllables.
Harden, Luberta M., "The effect of interpolated emotional reactions upon retention: A study of retroactive inhibition" (1926). Historical Dissertations & Theses. 42.