TOC: J Exp Psych Learning Memory Cog


Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 37(6)

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What Limits Working Memory Capacity? Evidence for Modality-Specific Sources to the Simultaneous Storage of Visual and Auditory Arrays
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On the Existence of Semantic Working Memory: Evidence for Direct Semantic Maintenance
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Decomposition of Prefixed Words in Russian
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Memory Activation and the Availability of Explanations in Sequential Diagnostic Reasoning
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Bilingual Lexical Access During L1 Sentence Reading: The Effects of L2 Knowledge, Semantic Constraint, and L1–L2 Intermixing
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Effect of Grouping of Evidence Types on Learning About Interactions Between Observed and Unobserved Causes
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Basic Processes in Reading: The Effect of Interletter Spacing
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The Functional Unit of Japanese Word Naming: Evidence From Masked Priming
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Phonological Effects in Handwriting Production: Evidence From the Implicit Priming Paradigm
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Can the Focus of Attention Accommodate Multiple, Separate Items?
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Saying What’s on Your Mind: Working Memory Effects on Sentence Production
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Uncovering Contrast Categories in Categorization With a Probabilistic Threshold Model
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Variation in Working Memory Capacity and Temporal–Contextual Retrieval From Episodic Memory
Gregory J. Spillers, Nash Unsworth [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Shielding Function of Task Sets and Its Relaxation During Task Switching
Gesine Dreisbach, Dorit Wenke [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Semantic Information Activated During Retrieval Contributes to Later Retention: Support for the Mediator Effectiveness Hypothesis of the Testing Effect
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On the Plasticity of the Survival Processing Effect
Meike Kroneisen, Edgar Erdfelder [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Detecting and Reacting to Change: The Effect of Exposure to Narrow Categorizations
Amitav Chakravarti, Christina Fang, Zur Shapira [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Communicating Environmental Risks: Clarifying the Severity Effect in Interpretations of Verbal Probability Expressions
Adam J.L. Harris, Adam Corner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Automaticity of Basic-Level Categorization Accounts for Labeling Effects in Visual Recognition Memory
Jennifer J. Richler, Isabel Gauthier, Thomas J. Palmeri [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Orthography Influences the Perception and Production of Speech
Kathleen Rastle, Samantha F. McCormick, Linda Bayliss, Colin J. Davis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Judge for Yourself: Reply to Evans and Buehner (2011)
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