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Henry Roediger: "Riddles of History: Sir Frederic Bartlett's Contributions to Memory Research and their Curious Reception"

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Dr. Henry Roediger discusses Sir Frederic Bartlett's work on memory research and his own efforts to replicate Bartlett's work. Bartlett was a psychologist most known for his research on memory recall. Roediger was the first to replicate Bartlett's work and found discrepancies, even though his ideas were widely accepted.

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