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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 20, Number 6, 1 August 2012

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Heterogeneity in memory training improvement among older adults: A latent class analysis
pp. 554-567(14)
Authors: Fandakova, Yana; Shing, Yee Lee; Lindenberger, Ulman

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How and when do students use flashcards?
pp. 568-579(12)
Authors: Wissman, Kathryn T.; Rawson, Katherine A.; Pyc, Mary A.

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Children's memory distortions following social contact with a co-witness: Disentangling social and cognitive mechanisms
pp. 580-595(16)
Authors: Bright-Paul, Alexandra; Jarrold, Christopher; Wright, Daniel B.; Guillaume, Stephanie

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The scope and control of attention as separate aspects of working memory
pp. 608-628(21)
Authors: Shipstead, Zach; Redick, Thomas S.; Hicks, Kenny L.; Engle, Randall W.

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Using eye movement measures to investigate effects of age on memory for objects in a scene
pp. 629-637(9)
Authors: Shih, Shui-I; Meadmore, Katie L.; Liversedge, Simon P.

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When plausibility manipulations work: An examination of their role in the development of false beliefs and memories
pp. 638-644(7)
Authors: Bays, Rebecca B.; Zabrucky, Karen M.; Gagne, Phill

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Using verification feedback to correct errors made on a multiple-choice test
pp. 645-653(9)
Authors: Marsh, Elizabeth J.; Lozito, Jeffrey P.; Umanath, Sharda; Bjork, Elizabeth L.; Bjork, Robert A.

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