Research has demonstrated that memory is influenced by the context in which it is formed. Context-dependent memory is a psychological phenomenon characterized by improved recall if the environment during learning and retrieval are the same. Many different aspects of environmental and individual context have been shown to influence memory. They include location, background noise, posture, mental states.
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Context and mental state can affect learning and recall
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