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The various places you parked every day during the past week would exert retroactive interference on your ability to remember where you had parked a week ago. If you had not been to work in the past week, the task would have been considerably easier. Again, as was the case with proactive interference, the more similar the events are to the critical event, the greater the interfering effect. Loftus, Miller, and Burns (1978) showed how information occurring after a witnessed event can distort recollection of the event.

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