TOC: J Exp Psych Learning Memory Cognition


Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 34(5)

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How Incidental Sequence Learning Creates Reportable Knowledge: The Role of Unexpected Events
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The Role of Short-Term Memory Capacity and Task Experience for Overconfidence in Judgment Under Uncertainty
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Hindsight Bias Doesn’t Always Come Easy: Causal Models, Cognitive Effort, and Creeping Determinism
Steffen Nestler, Hartmut Blank and Gernot von Collani [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Multiple-Reason Decision Making Based on Automatic Processing
Andreas Glöckner and Tilmann Betsch [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Principal Components Analysis of Dynamic Spatial Memory Biases
Michael A. Motes, Timothy L. Hubbard, Jon R. Courtney and Bart Rypma [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Familiarity and Retrieval Processes in Delayed Judgments of Learning
Janet Metcalfe and Bridgid Finn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Syntactic Priming in Comprehension: The Role of Argument Order and Animacy
Maria Nella Carminati, Roger P.G. van Gompel, Christoph Scheepers and Manabu Arai [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Role of Causal Models in Analogical Inference
Hee Seung Lee and Keith J. Holyoak [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Variation in the Anthropomorphization of Supernatural Beings and Its Implications for Cognitive Theories of Religion
Andrew Shtulman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Implicit Learning of Predictive Relationships in Three-Element Visual Sequences by Young and Old Adults
James H. Howard Jr., Darlene V. Howard, Nancy A. Dennis and Andrew J. Kelly [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Resting on Laurels: The Effects of Discrete Progress Markers as Subgoals on Task Performance and Preferences
On Amir and Dan Ariely [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Processing Segmental and Prosodic Information in Cantonese Word Production
Andus Wing-Kuen Wong and Hsuan-Chih Chen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fluency Heuristic: A Model of How the Mind Exploits a By-Product of Information Retrieval
Ralph Hertwig, Stefan M. Herzog, Lael J. Schooler and Torsten Reimer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Context and Spoken Word Recognition in a Novel Lexicon
Kathleen Pirog Revill, Michael K. Tanenhaus and Richard N. Aslin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Control Over Grain Size in Memory Reporting—With and Without Satisficing Knowledge
Rakefet Ackerman and Morris Goldsmith [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Event-Related Potentials Indicate Different Processes to Mediate Categorical and Associative Priming in Person Recognition
Holger Wiese and Stefan R. Schweinberger [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Conscious, the Unconscious, and Familiarity
Ryan B. Scott and Zoltán Dienes [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Limits on Learning Phonotactic Constraints From Recent Production Experience
Jill A. Warker, Gary S. Dell, Christine A. Whalen and Samantha Gereg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Process Demands of Rejection Mechanisms of Recognition Memory
Timothy N. Odegard, Joshua D. Koen and Jorge M. Gama [Publisher] [Google Scholar]