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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 36(4)

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Continuous Recollection Versus Unitized Familiarity in Associative Recognition
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Dissociations Between Expectancy and Performance in Simple and Two-Choice Reaction-Time Tasks: A Test of Associative and Nonassociative Explanations
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The Distractor Frequency Effect in Picture–Word Interference: Evidence for Response Exclusion
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Does Word Length Affect Speech Onset Latencies When Producing Single Words?
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The Relevance Framework for Category-Based Induction: Evidence From Garden-Path Arguments
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Theoretical Implications of Extralist Probes for Directed Forgetting
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Micro- and Macroreference Frames: Specifying the Relations Between Spatial Categories in Memory
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Turning Simple Span Into Complex Span: Time for Decay or Interference From Distractors?
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Resolving Task Rule Incongruence During Task Switching by Competitor Rule Suppression
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Heightened Conflict in Cue-Target Translation Increases Backward Inhibition in Set Switching
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Adaptive Memory: Survival Processing Increases Both True and False Memory in Adults and Children
Henry Otgaar, Tom Smeets [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Link Between Form and Meaning in British Sign Language: Effects of Iconicity for Phonological Decisions
Robin L. Thompson, David P. Vinson, Gabriella Vigliocco [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How to Correct a Task Error: Task-Switch Effects Following Different Types of Error Correction
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Working-Memory-Triggered Dynamic Adjustments in Cognitive Control
Amishi P. Jha, Anastasia Kiyonaga [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Fast and Frugal Framing Effects?
Rachel McCloy, C. Philip Beaman, Caren A. Frosch, Kate Goddard [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Count Me In! On the Automaticity of Numerosity Processing
Sharon Naparstek, Avishai Henik [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Stimulus-Based Priming of Task Choice During Voluntary Task Switching
Catherine M. Arrington, Starla M. Weaver, Rachel L. Pauker [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Smaller Is Better (When Sampling From the Crowd Within): Low Memory-Span Individuals Benefit More From Multiple Opportunities for Estimation
Kathleen L. Hourihan, Aaron S. Benjamin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Central Cross-Talk in Task Switching: Evidence From Manipulating Input–Output Modality Compatibility
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Prospective Memory and What Costs Do Not Reveal About Retrieval Processes: A Commentary on Smith, Hunt, McVay, and McConnell (2007)
Gilles O. Einstein, Mark A. McDaniel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

What Costs Do Reveal and Moving Beyond the Cost Debate: Reply to Einstein and McDaniel (2010)
Rebekah E. Smith [Publisher] [Google Scholar]