TOC: J Exp Psych Learning Memory Cognition


Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 35(3)

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Recognition ROCs Are Curvilinear—or Are They? On Premature Arguments Against the Two-High-Threshold Model of Recognition
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The Role of Item Strength in Retrieval-Induced Forgetting
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Sandwich Priming: A Method for Overcoming the Limitations of Masked Priming by Reducing Lexical Competitor Effects
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Should I Stay or Should I Switch? A Cost–Benefit Analysis of Voluntary Language Switching in Young and Aging Bilinguals
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Effects of Spatial Cueing on Representational Momentum
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Causal Learning With Local Computations
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Blocking of Goal-Location Learning Based on Shape
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Affective and Deliberative Processes in Risky Choice: Age Differences in Risk Taking in the Columbia Card Task
Bernd Figner, Rachael J. Mackinlay, Friedrich Wilkening, Elke U. Weber [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Learning Mode and Exemplar Sequencing in Unsupervised Category Learning
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Perceive-Decide-Act, Perceive-Decide-Act: How Abstract Is Repetition-Related Decision Learning?
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Bindings Between Stimuli and Multiple Response Codes Dominate Long-Lag Repetition Priming in Speeded Classification Tasks
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Strategies for Revising Judgment: How (and How Well) People Use Others’ Opinions
Jack B. Soll, Richard P. Larrick [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Phonological Typicality Does Not Influence Fixation Durations in Normal Reading
Adrian Staub, Margaret Grant, Charles Clifton Jr., Keith Rayner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investigating the Cause of Language Regularization in Adults: Memory Constraints or Learning Effects?
Carla L. Hudson Kam, Ann Chang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Metamemory Judgments and the Benefits of Repeated Study: Improving Recall Predictions Through the Activation of Appropriate Knowledge
Heather L. Tiede, Jason P. Leboe [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Bilingualism Reduces Native-Language Interference During Novel-Word Learning
Margarita Kaushanskaya, Viorica Marian [Publisher] [Google Scholar]