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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 36(1)

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What Is Coded Into Memory in the Absence of Outcome Feedback?
Maria P. Henriksson, Ebba Elwin, Peter Juslin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Interaction of Concreteness and Phonological Similarity in Verbal Working Memory
Daniel J. Acheson, Bradley R. Postle, Maryellen C. MacDonald [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Thinking About the Weather: How Display Salience and Knowledge Affect Performance in a Graphic Inference Task
Mary Hegarty, Matt S. Canham, Sara I. Fabrikant [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Amount of Postcue Encoding Predicts Amount of Directed Forgetting
Bernhard Past”tter, Karl-Heinz B„uml [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Role of Memory Activation in Creating False Memories of Encoding Context
Jason Arndt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Learning From Feedback: Spacing and the DelayÄRetention Effect
Troy A. Smith, Daniel R. Kimball [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Which Words Are Activated During Bilingual Word Production?
Àngels Colom‚, Michele Miozzo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Effect of the Temporal Structure of Spoken Words on Paired-Associate Learning
Sarah C. Creel, Delphine Dahan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

One-Reason Decision Making Unveiled: A Measurement Model of the Recognition Heuristic
Benjamin E. Hilbig, Edgar Erdfelder, R?diger F. Pohl [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Pure Mediated Priming: A Retrospective Semantic Matching Model
Lara L. Jones [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Using Maintenance Rehearsal to Explore Recognition Memory
Michael S. Humphreys, Angela M. Maguire, Kimberley A. McFarlane, Jennifer S. Burt, Scott W. Bolland, Krista L. Murray, Ryan Dunn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Syntactic Constraints in the Retrieval of Homophone Orthography
Katherine K. White, Lise Abrams, Cullen B. McWhite, Heather L. Hagler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Components of Working Memory Updating: An Experimental Decomposition and Individual Differences
Ullrich K.H. Ecker, Stephan Lewandowsky, Klaus Oberauer, Abby E.H. Chee [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Control of Cost in Prospective Memory: Evidence for Spontaneous Retrieval Processes
Michael K. Scullin, Mark A. McDaniel, Gilles O. Einstein [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Congruency Effects Between Number Magnitude and Response Force
Esther Vierck, Andrea Kiesel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Reading Times and the Detection of Event Shift Processing
Gabriel A. Radvansky, David E. Copeland [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does Perceived Race Affect Discrimination and Recognition of Ambiguous-Race Faces? A Test of the Sociocognitive Hypothesis
Gillian Rhodes, Hanne C. Lie, Louise Ewing, Emma Evangelista, James W. Tanaka [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Separating Mnemonic Process From Participant and Item Effects in the Assessment of ROC Asymmetries
Michael S. Pratte, Jeffrey N. Rouder, Richard D. Morey [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Tests Enhance the Transfer of Learning
Doug Rohrer, Kelli Taylor, Brandon Sholar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Contributions of Primary and Secondary Memory to Working Memory Capacity: An Individual Differences Analysis of Immediate Free Recall
Nash Unsworth, Gregory J. Spillers, Gene A. Brewer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Evidence of Metacognitive Control by Humans and Monkeys in a Perceptual Categorization Task
Joshua S. Redford [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Metacognitive Control and the Spacing Effect
Lisa K. Son [Publisher] [Google Scholar]