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In free recall, a tendency for items that are conceptually related to be remembered consecutively whether or not they were grouped together during the learning phase. For example, if the names of cities, trees, and animals are learnt in random order, the cities will tend to be recalled together in one group, the trees in another group, and the animals in a third group.

Subjects: Psychology.

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