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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 13, Numbers 3-4, -4/April-May 2005

Short‐term and working memory: Past, progress, and prospects
pp. 225-235(11)
Authors: Neath, Ian; Brown, Gordon; Poirier, Marie; Fortin, Claudette

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The time course of response suppression: No evidence for a gradual release from inhibition
pp. 236-246(11)
Authors: Duncan, Matthew; Lewandowsky, Stephan

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How is the serial order of a verbal sequence coded? Some comparisons between models
pp. 247-258(12)
Authors: Hitch, Graham; Chiara Fastame, Maria; Flude, Brenda

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Storage and retrieval of serial‐order information
pp. 259-266(8)
Author: Murdock, Bennet

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Fill‐in and infill errors in order memory
pp. 267-273(7)
Authors: Surprenant, Aimée; Kelley, Matthew; Farley, Lisa; Neath, Ian

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Transposition asymmetry in immediate serial recall
pp. 274-282(9)
Authors: Haberlandt, Karl; Thomas, Graham; Lawrence, Holly; Krohn, Talia

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Serial recall and presentation schedule: A micro‐analysis of local distinctiveness
pp. 283-292(10)
Authors: Lewandowsky, Stephan; Brown, Gordon

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Capacity limits in list item recognition: Evidence from proactive interference
pp. 293-299(7)
Authors: Cowan, Nelson; Johnson, Troy; Scott Saults, J.

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Sharpening the echo: An iterative‐resonance model for short‐term recognition memory
pp. 300-307(8)
Authors: Mewhort, D. J. K.; Johns, E. E.

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Serial position curves in short‐term memory: Functional equivalence across modalities
pp. 308-317(10)
Authors: Ward, Geoff; Avons, S. E.; Melling, Lindsay

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Primacy and recency in nonword repetition
pp. 318-324(7)
Author: Gupta, Prahlad

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Overwriting of phonemic features in serial recall
pp. 333-339(7)
Authors: Lange, Elke; Oberauer, Klaus

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Forgetting and redintegration of consonants and vowels in pseudoword lists
pp. 340-348(9)
Authors: Service, Elisabet; Maury, Sini; Luotoniemi, Emilia

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Lexicality and phonological similarity: A challenge for the retrieval‐based account of serial recall?
pp. 349-356(8)
Authors: Fallon, Anthony; Mak, Eva; Tehan, Gerald; Daly, Charmaine

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Visual distraction and visuo‐spatial memory: A sandwich effect
pp. 357-363(7)
Authors: Tremblay, Sébastien; Nicholls, Alastair; Parmentier, Fabrice; Jones, Dylan

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An item/order trade‐off explanation of word length and generation effects
pp. 364-371(8)
Authors: Hendry, Liam; Tehan, Gerald

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Is spoken duration a sufficient explanation of the word length effect?
pp. 372-379(8)
Authors: Anne Tolan, Georgina; Tehan, Gerald

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Silent reading rate and memory span
pp. 380-387(8)
Authors: Poirier, Marie; Schweickert, Richard; Oliver, Jeffrey

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Does number data entry rely on the phonological loop?
pp. 388-394(7)
Authors: Kole, James; Healy, Alice; Buck‐Gengler, Carolyn

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The relationship between short‐term memory and working memory: Complex span made simple?
pp. 414-421(8)
Authors: Bayliss, Donna; Jarrold, Christopher; Baddeley, Alan; Gunn, Deborah

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Just lying there, remembering: Improving recall of prose in amnesic patients with mild cognitive impairment by minimising interference
pp. 435-440(6)
Authors: Della Sala, Sergio; Cowan, Nelson; Beschin, Nicoletta; Perini, Michele

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Not “just” a coincidence: Frontal‐striatal interactions in working memory and interval timing
pp. 441-448(8)
Authors: Lustig, Cindy; Matell, Matthew; Meck, Warren

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