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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 26, Number 9, 21 October 2018

Re-examination of “release-from-PI” phenomena: recall accuracy does not recover after a semantic switch
pp. 1191-1205(15)
Authors: Hubbard, Nicholas A.; Weaver, Travis P.; Turner, Monroe P.; Rypma, Bart

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Collaboration and prospective memory: comparing nominal and collaborative group performance in strangers and couples
pp. 1206-1219(14)
Authors: Browning, Catherine A.; Harris, Celia B.; Van Bergen, Penny; Barnier, Amanda J.; Rendell, Peter G.

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Memory and conceptual learning of relevant and non-relevant items in item-method directed forgetting
pp. 1233-1243(11)
Authors: Orghian, Diana; Garcia-Marques, Leonel; Marques, Pedro; Braga, João

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Testing the redintegration hypothesis by a single probe recognition paradigm
pp. 1256-1264(9)
Authors: Kowialiewski, Benjamin; Majerus, Steve

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Retrieval activates related words more than presentation
pp. 1265-1280(16)
Authors: Hausman, Hannah; Rhodes, Matthew G.

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Learning from your mistakes: does it matter if you’re out in left foot, I mean field?
pp. 1281-1290(10)
Authors: Cyr, Andrée-Ann; Anderson, Nicole D.

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Distinct episodic contexts enhance retrieval-based learning
pp. 1291-1296(6)
Authors: Schwoebel, John; Depperman, Acasia K.; Scott, Jessica L.

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