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Non-traditional students face numerous obstacles in their process to graduate from college.]The effect of value on recognition memory measured here was not as large as what is typically seen using imme- diate free recall tests (Ariel et al., 2009; Castel et al., 2011). The key difference is that in a free recall test, the number of individually presented items one can freely recall from a list is quite limited, so one must selectively focus on higher value items. In contrast, the number of items one can rec- ognize is generally much less limited, so low-value items do not have the potential to interfere to the same extent. One benefit of using a recognition test with many items is that differential rehearsal or retrieval strategies, particu- larly those in which high-value items are recalled first and interfere with recall of low-value items could not account for the effects of value on performance. Rather, high- value items appear to be encoded more effectively than low-value items during study. To further investigate this hypothesis, future research could manipulate encoding strategies by manipulating the materials used or study time to further explore the idea that high-value items pref- erentially benefit from elaborative encoding.