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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 54, Number 1, 1 February 2001

Dissociable lexical and phonological influences on serial recognition and serial recall
pp. 1-30(30)
Authors: Gathercole, Susan E.; Pickering, Susan J.; Hall, Melanie; Peaker, Sarah M.

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Processing and storage in working memory span
pp. 31-48(18)
Authors: Duff, Simon C.; Logie, Robert H.

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Information and action in punching a falling ball
pp. 69-93(25)
Authors: Michaels, Claire F.; Zeinstra, Edzard B.; Oudejans, Raôul R. D.

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Can actions affect perceptual processing?
pp. 137-154(18)
Authors: Müsseler, Jochen; Steininger, Silke; Wühr, Peter

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Location and attention
pp. 155-168(14)
Authors: Newby, Ethan A.; Rock, Irvin

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The attentional blink is immune to masking-induced data limits
pp. 169-196(28)
Authors: McLaughlin, Elizabeth N.; Shore, David I.; Klein, Raymond M.

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Accessing source information in analogical problem-solving
pp. 237-261(25)
Authors: Anolli, Luigi; Antonietti, Alessandro; Crisafulli, Laura; Cantoia, Manuela

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Hypothesis testing in a rule discovery problem: When a focused procedure is effective
pp. 263-267(5)
Authors: Rossi, Sandrine; Caverni, Jean Paul; Girotto, Vittorio

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Publications received
pp. 303-303(1)

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