Habits During Instrumental Learning are Associated with Impaired Selectivity for Remembering Important Information on a Separate Memory Task

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Abstract: People can selectively remember important information when memory is impaired during aging, distraction or rushing. It is unclear what factors may impede this ability. We propose that individual differences in the neural systems responsible for producing habits, which are characterized by behavioral perseverance without regards to changes in the outcomes of the behavior, may similarly af...


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