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From: Prolonged rote learning produces delayed memory facilitation and metabolic changes in the hippocampus of the ageing human brain

Figure 3

Behavioural data showing recall on RBMT-E and CVLT measures at Pre-, Post- and 6 Weeks Post-training. A) Pre, Post and 6 Weeks Post immediate recall for RBMT showing significant within-groups main effect for Group A (heavy line, filled squares) and between-groups difference at 6 Weeks Post. B-D) Delayed recall facilitation for Group A (heavy line, filled squares) but not Group B (thin line, empty squares) on CVLT sub-measures Trial 1 recall, Total Recall Trials 1-5 and Short Delay Cued Recall (SDCR); this pattern was also shown for Trial 5 recall and Long Delay Free Recall (LDFR; not shown).

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