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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 37(1)

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Response-Time Tests of Logical-Rule Models of Categorization
Daniel R. Little, Robert M. Nosofsky, Stephen E. Denton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Logic, Beliefs, and Instruction: A Test of the Default Interventionist Account of Belief Bias
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The Effect of Concurrent Semantic Categorization on Delayed Serial Recall
Daniel J. Acheson, Maryellen C. MacDonald, Bradley R. Postle [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Influence of Consistency, Frequency, and Semantics on Learning to Read: An Artificial Orthography Paradigm
J.S.H. Taylor, Kim Plunkett, Kate Nation [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Influence of Type and Token Frequency on the Acquisition of Affixation Patterns: Implications for Language Processing
Ansgar D. Endress, Marc D. Hauser [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Context Affects Feeling-of-Knowing Accuracy in Younger and Older Adults
Ayanna K. Thomas, John B. Bulevich, Stacey J. Dubois [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Planning and Articulation in Incremental Word Production: Syllable-Frequency Effects in English
Joana Cholin, Gary S. Dell, Willem J.M. Levelt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Similarities (and Familiarities) of Pseudowords and Extremely High-Frequency Words: Examining a Familiarity-Based Explanation of the Pseudoword Effect
Jason D. Ozubko, Steve Joordens [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Effect of Incidental Hints When Problems Are Suspended Before, During, or After an Impasse
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The Dynamic Microstructure of Speech Production: Semantic Interference Built on the Fly
Rasha Abdel Rahman, Alissa Melinger [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Error Biases in Inner and Overt Speech: Evidence From Tongue Twisters
Martin Corley, Paul H. Brocklehurst, H. Susannah Moat [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Making Sense of Surprise: An Investigation of the Factors Influencing Surprise Judgments
Rebecca Maguire, Phil Maguire, Mark T. Keane [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Decomposition of Repetition Priming Processes in Word Translation
Wendy S. Francis, Gabriela Durán, Beatriz K. Augustini, Genoveva Luévano, José C. Arzate, Silvia P. Sáenz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Adaptive Memory: Determining the Proximate Mechanisms Responsible for the Memorial Advantages of Survival Processing
Daniel J. Burns, Sarah A. Burns, Ana J. Hwang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Synesthesia and Memory: Color Congruency, von Restorff, and False Memory Effects
Gabriel A. Radvansky, Bradley S. Gibson, M. Windy McNerney [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Readers’ Reliance on Source Credibility in the Service of Comprehension
Jesse R. Sparks, David N. Rapp [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Paradoxical Effects of Testing: Retrieval Enhances Both Accurate Recall and Suggestibility in Eyewitnesses
Jason C.K. Chan, Moses M. Langley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

New Rule Use Drives the Relation Between Working Memory Capacity and Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices
Jennifer Wiley, Andrew F. Jarosz, Patrick J. Cushen, Gregory J.H. Colflesh [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Individual Differences in Working Memory Capacity Predict Retrieval-Induced Forgetting
Alp Aslan, Karl-Heinz T. Bäuml [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Remembering Makes Evidence Compelling: Retrieval From Memory Can Give Rise to the Illusion of Truth
Jason D. Ozubko, Jonathan Fugelsang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Tip-of-the-Tongue States Reveal Age Differences in the Syllable Frequency Effect
Meagan T. Farrell, Lise Abrams [Publisher] [Google Scholar]