Difference between Proactive and Retroactive Interference?

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Interference is the theory on why we forget things. Proactive interference is when we forget something that we recently learned because a previous memory is befuddling our memory. While retroactive interference is when we forget something we learned in the past because a more recent memory is interfering with the effort.
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è. . Proactive interference is when information learned previously interferes with information being currently learned. fd. è. . Retroactive interference is when information
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retroactive has to do with the past. Proactive
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Proactive is causal in advance. Retroactive is causal after the event. An echo (coming back) can cause retroactive interference. A second radio signal can cause proactive interference
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