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2, 3, and 4 the relearning performance surfaces are plotted as a f u n c t i o n of learning-retention interval and relearning trials. One point is instantly clear: although all groups reached the same criterion o f 18 correct o u t o f 20 in learning, the I + Η (inferotemporal + hippocampal-lesioned) animals did not show 90% performance even immediately afterward. W h y this should be is n o t o b v i o u s , although it no d o u b t was influenced b y their original learning having been slower, because in such a case a chance deviation upward to criterion level is likely to be f o l l o w e d b y a d r o p below criterion level.

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T h e second experiment also disposes o f another interpretation, and at the same time exposes a striking paradox. Because amnesic subjects were so p o o r o n the conventional recognition method (in fact, earlier we f o u n d suggestive evi­ dence that patients were relatively poorer o n recognition than on recall; Warring­ t o n & Weiskrantz, 1968b), their adequate performance under more favorable conditions can hardly be a removal o f a blockage in finding the names as such; that is, w e are not dealing w i t h a " t i p of the t o n g u e " phenomenon.

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