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Volume 10, Numbers 5-6, 1 September 2002

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Levels of processing: Past, present ... and future?
pp. 305-318(14)
Author: Craik, Fergus I.M.

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Processing approaches to cognition: The impetus from the levels-of-processing framework
pp. 319-332(14)
Authors: Roediger, Henry L.; Gallo, David A.; Geraci, Lisa

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Organisation: What levels of processing are levels of
pp. 333-338(6)
Author: Mandler, George

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Level of processing and the process-dissociation procedure: Elusiveness of null effects on estimates of automatic retrieval
pp. 349-364(16)
Authors: Richardson-Klavehn, Alan; Gardiner, John M.; Ramponi, Cristina

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On the perceptual specificity of memory representations
pp. 365-379(15)
Author: Reingold, Eyal M.

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Directed remembering: Subliminal cues alter nonconscious memory strategies
pp. 381-388(8)
Authors: Mitchell, Jason P.; Macrae, C. Neil; Schooler, Jonathan W.; Rowe, Angela C.; Milne, Alan B.

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The myth of the encoding–retrieval match
pp. 389-395(7)
Author: Nairne, James S.

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