ISSN 0272-4987 (Print); ISSN 1464-0740 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
The effects of divided attention on encoding and retrieval processes: The resiliency of retrieval processes
Naveh-Benjamin, Moshe; Craik, Fergus I. M.; Perretta, James G.; Tonev, Simon T.
Visual similarity effects in immediate verbal serial recall
Logie, Robert H.; Della Sala, Sergio; Wynn, Val; Baddeley, Alan D.
Is there a temporal basis of the word length effect? A response to Service (1998)
Cowan, Nelson; Nugent, Lara D.; Elliott, Emily M.; Geer, Tara
Phonological complexity and word duration in immediate recall: Different paradigms answer different questions. A comment on Cowan, Nugent, Elliott, and Geer
Memory-search and rehearsal processes and the word length effect in immediate recall: A synthesis in reply to Service
Cowan, Nelson; Nugent, Lara D.; Elliott, Emily M.
Visual and phonological codes in letter and word recognition: Evidence from incremental priming
Ziegler, Johannes C.; Ferrand, Ludovic; Jacobs, Arthur M .; Rey, Arnaud; Grainger, Jonathan
The TECO theory and lawful dependency in successive episodic memory tests
Implicit and explicit memory in pregnant women: An analysis of data-driven and conceptually driven processes
McDowall, John; Moriarty, Rachel
Semantic and associative priming in picture naming
Alario, F.-Xavier; Segui, Juan; Ferrand, Ludovic
Attentional biases in geometric form perception
Latimer, Cyril; Stevens, Catherine; Irish, Mark; Webber, Leanne
An experimental comparison of viewpoint-specific and viewpoint-independent models of object representation
Johnston, Michael B.; Hayes, Anthony
The mutual influence of gaze and head orientation in the analysis of social attention direction
Langton, Stephen R. H.
On the cognitive basis of observational learning: Development of mechanisms for the detection and correction of errors
Blandin, Yannick; Proteau, Luc
Training propositional reasoning
Klauer, Karl Christoph; Meiser, Thorsten; Naumer, Birgit
Memory and planning processes in solutions to well-structured problems
Davies, Simon P.