TOC: J Exp Psych: Learning, Mem Cog


Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 33(6)

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From Poor Performance to Success Under Stress: Working Memory, Strategy Selection, and Mathematical Problem Solving Under Pressure
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Limitations of Exemplar Models of Multi-Attribute Probabilistic Inference
Robert M. Nosofsky and F. Bryan Bergert [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Individual Differences in Working Memory Capacity and Episodic Retrieval: Examining the Dynamics of Delayed and Continuous Distractor Free Recall
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The Influence of Directional Associations on Directed Forgetting and Interference
Lili Sahakyan and Leilani B. Goodmon [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Disruption of Short-Term Memory by Changing and Deviant Sounds: Support for a Duplex-Mechanism Account of Auditory Distraction
Robert W. Hughes, François Vachon and Dylan M. Jones [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Response Selection and Response Execution in Task Switching: Evidence From a Go-Signal Paradigm
Andrea M. Philipp, Pierre Jolicoeur, Michael Falkenstein and Iring Koch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Retrieving Information From a Hierarchical Plan
Darryl W. Schneider and Gordon D. Logan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sensorimotor Alignment Effects in the Learning Environment and in Novel Environments
Jonathan W. Kelly, Marios N. Avraamides and Jack M. Loomis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Motivated to Retrieve: How Often Are You Willing to Go Back to the Well When the Well Is Dry?
Michael R. Dougherty and J. Isaiah Harbison [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Activation of Action Rules in Action Observation
Cristina Massen and Wolfgang Prinz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Features and Feedback: Enhancing Metamnemonic Knowledge at Retrieval Reduces Source-Monitoring Errors
Sean M. Lane, Cristine C. Roussel, Diane Villa and Shelby K. Morita [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Semantic Priming From Letter-Searched Primes Occurs for Low- but Not High-Frequency Targets: Automatic Semantic Access May Not Be a Myth
Chi-Shing Tse and James H. Neely [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Time Course of Plausibility Effects on Eye Movements in Reading: Evidence From Noun–Noun Compounds
Adrian Staub, Keith Rayner, Alexander Pollatsek, Jukka Hyönä and Helen Majewski [Publisher] [Google Scholar]