TOC: J Exp Psych Learning Mem Cog


Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39(3)

Effects of emotional valence and arousal on recollective and nonrecollective recall.
Gomes, Carlos F. A.; Brainerd, Charles J.; Stein, Lilian M. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Metacognitive awareness and adaptive recognition biases.
Selmeczy, Diana; Dobbins, Ian G. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The longer we have to forget the more we remember: The ironic effect of postcue duration in item-based directed forgetting.
Bancroft, Tyler D.; Hockley, William E.; Farquhar, Riley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Listeners remember music they like.
Stalinski, Stephanie M.; Schellenberg, E. Glenn [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Experimentally evoking nonbelieved memories for childhood events.
Otgaar, Henry; Scoboria, Alan; Smeets, Tom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Attention to attributes and objects in working memory.
Cowan, Nelson; Blume, Christopher L.; Saults, J. Scott [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Working memory capacity and Stroop interference: Global versus local indices of executive control.
Meier, Matt E.; Kane, Michael J. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The strategic retention of task-relevant objects in visual working memory.
Maxcey-Richard, Ashleigh M.; Hollingworth, Andrew [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Spatial clustering during memory search.
Miller, Jonathan F.; Lazarus, Eben M.; Polyn, Sean M.; Kahana, Michael J. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Naïve point estimation.
Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Logical rules and the classification of integral-dimension stimuli.
Little, Daniel R.; Nosofsky, Robert M.; Donkin, Christopher; Denton, Stephen E. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Development, awareness and inductive selectivity.
Hayes, Brett K.; Lim, Melissa [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mind wandering and reading comprehension: Examining the roles of working memory capacity, interest, motivation, and topic experience.
Unsworth, Nash; McMillan, Brittany D. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

What’s learned together stays together: Speakers’ choice of referring expression reflects shared experience.
Gorman, Kristen S.; Gegg-Harrison, Whitney; Marsh, Chelsea R.; Tanenhaus, Michael K. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Updating during reading comprehension: Why causality matters.
Kendeou, Panayiota; Smith, Emily R.; O’Brien, Edward J. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Processing (non)compositional expressions: Mistakes and recovery.
Holsinger, Edward; Kaiser, Elsi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The advantage of word-based processing in Chinese reading: Evidence from eye movements.
Li, Xingshan; Gu, Junjuan; Liu, Pingping; Rayner, Keith [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Persistent structural priming and frequency effects during comprehension.
Pickering, Martin J.; McLean, Janet F.; Branigan, Holly P. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Modulation of additive and interactive effects in lexical decision by trial history.
Masson, Michael E. J.; Kliegl, Reinhold [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Prosodic boundaries delay the processing of upcoming lexical information during silent sentence reading.
Luo, Yingyi; Yan, Ming; Zhou, Xiaolin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Cognitive mechanisms of insight: The role of heuristics and representational change in solving the eight-coin problem.
Öllinger, Michael; Jones, Gary; Faber, Amory H.; Knoblich, Günther [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Test-potentiated learning: Distinguishing between direct and indirect effects of tests.
Arnold, Kathleen M.; McDermott, Kathleen B. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sleep can eliminate list-method directed forgetting.
Abel, Magdalena; Bäuml, Karl-Heinz T. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Contextual match and cue-independence of retrieval-induced forgetting: Testing the prediction of the model by Norman, Newman, and Detre (2007).
Hanczakowski, Maciej; Mazzoni, Giuliana [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Rapid recollection of foresight judgments increases hindsight bias in a memory design.
Calvillo, Dustin P. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Failing to forget: Prospective memory commission errors can result from spontaneous retrieval and impaired executive control.
Scullin, Michael K.; Bugg, Julie M. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Zooming in and out from the mental number line: Evidence for a number range effect.
Pinhas, Michal; Pothos, Emmanuel M.; Tzelgov, Joseph [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How phonological reductions sometimes help the listener.
Mitterer, Holger; Russell, Kevin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

To err is human; To structurally prime from errors is also human.
Slevc, L. Robert; Ferreira, Victor S. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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