The author also shows that the dual-process model accounts for their results. The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Psychological Association. The authors found potential evidence for violations in JCE and certainty equivalents derived from PEST. However, this priming effect from the homophone obtained only when the prime word was exposed for 50 ms and was followed by a pattern mask and not when it was exposed for 200 ms before the pattern mask. Initial retrieval is an explicit mediation process that involves retrieving keyword mediators into working memory and using them as retrieval cues to access the English equivalents of the Spanish words. Bogartz also criticized Loftus's (1985b) proposed method for testing independence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Children s Eye-Movements During Reading Reflect the Quality of Lexical Representations: An Individual (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved). Retrieval was tested immediately after learning and after 1-week and 1-month no-practice intervals (Experiment 1), after moderate retrieval practice (Experiment 2), and after extended retrieval practice (Experiments 3 and 4). A. Caramazza, A. Costa, M. Miozzo, and Y. Bi (2001) reported a series of experiments demonstrating that the ease of producing a word depends only on the frequency of that specific word but not on the frequency of a homophone twin. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Variations in Cognitive Maps: Understanding Individual Differences in Navigation Steven M. Weisberg, Victor R. Schinazi, Nora S. Newcombe, Thomas F. Shipley, and Russell A. Epstein Online First Publication, December 23, 2013. doi: 10.1037/a0035261 CITATION This article addresses these claims and points out that although studies that use parafoveal previews provide an important contribution, other techniques and paradigms are required to reveal the full role of letter pairs in reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Fast or Frugal, but Not Both: Decision Heuristics Under Time Pressure Sebastian Bobadilla-Suarez and Bradley C. Love In three experiments we investigated the effect of a sentence context on naming time for a target word. One type of information that aids efficient large-scale search is the likelihood of the object being in one location over another. Starns and Hicks, however, acknowledged this possibility. This error is addressed in the correction. Both groups of comprehenders read inconsistent actions more slowly than consistent actions in the local coherence condition, but only good comprehenders showed the reading time difference in the global coherence condition. It is concluded that same-different judgments are based in part on amodal order information (i.e., not tied to any particular dimension). D. W. Massaro and G. C. Oden (1995) claimed that M. A. Pitt's (1995) data provide strong evidence in favor of independence, not interactivity, as argued by Pitt. In their comment, Roelofs, Piai, and Schriefers (2011) argue against our interpretation of the distractor frequency effect in terms of a late blocking mechanism. The model predicts that RIF should be present with independent cues when episodic associations are created between independent cues and their targets in the same episodic context that is later used to cue memory during retrieval practice. In this article, the authors present critical aspects of the mathematical model not considered by Maguire et al. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition The Sequence of Study Changes What Information Is Attended to, Encoded, and Remembered During Contrary to this normative intuition, which presupposes a significance-testing rationale, we point out that decisions are often insensitive to sample size. Three experiments are presented here that disentangle input structure from output buffering in serial recall. Judgments of Natural and Anomalous Trajectories in the Presence and Absence of Motion. There was also a main effect of block, F(1, 17) 5.73, p .05, and a Probability X Block interaction, F(1, 17) 11.0, p .005, reflecting the slower overall search times for sparse trials in the second block and indicating a larger cuing effect in Block 2 (mean difference 8.10 s, SD 4.93) than Block 1 (mean difference 5.05 s, SD 4.31)." study, most of which focus on parafoveal processing. Some women chose a curvilinear path in the motion condition, and in the no-motion condition the curvilinear path was their most often selected alternative. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Putting Bandits Into Context: How Function Learning Supports Decision Making provide no evidence that allows differentiating between early and late blocking accounts. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 표준 저널 약어 (ISO4):「J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn」 ISO 4 (Information and documentation – Rules for the abbreviation of title words and titles of publications) is an international standard, defining a uniform system for the abbreviation of serial publication titles. The authors investigated good and poor comprehenders' maintenance of global coherence during reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Effects of Spaced Versus Massed Training in Function Learning Mark A. McDaniel, Cynthia L. Fadler, and Harold Pashler In Experiment 3, participants were asked to serially recall temporally grouped lists of visually presented digits where the grouping structure was unpredictable, under either articulatory suppression or silent conditions. The authors then present some new comparisons between the corpora, showing that they correspond surprisingly well. Fifth-grade children demonstrated no effect for gender and their path preferences resembled those of adult males. D. von Winterfeldt, N.-K. Chung, R. D. Luce, and Y. Cho (1997) provided several tests for consequence monotonicity of choice or judgment, using certainty equivalents of gambles. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Memory Activation and the Availability of Explanations in Sequential Diagnostic Reasoning Katja Mehlhorn, Niels A. Taatgen, Christian Lebiere, and Josef F. Krems Online First Publication, June 27, … Initial recall, reminiscence, and hypermnesia: Comment on Madigan and O'Hara (1992). Participants named objects (e.g., table, shirt) appearing in random order. Their application offers new insights into consequence monotonicity as well as into von Winterfeldt et al. Learning, memory, and cognition Abbreviation. The model was applied to the data from 2 absolute identification experiments and provided a good account of the bow and the set-size effects in accuracy and response time data from individual participants, including the response time distributions for individual stimuli. https:// https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036577 Finding an object in our environment is an important human ability that also represents a critical component of human foraging behavior. In 2 preliminary experiments, using an immediate probe recognition task, the authors replicated previous findings of inhibition for nonreferents following categorical anaphors. An Exemplar Account of the Bow and Set-Size Effects in Absolute Identification. For QUICKINDIFF, the authors found no indication of violations of "random consequence monotonicity." Contexts were presented by using a rapid serial visual presentation; subjects named the last word of the sentence. The evidence indicates that subjects know the object-to-object relations directly, without going through the origin of a coordinate system. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Context Facilitation in Text Reading: A Study of Children’s Eye Movements Simon P. Tiffin-Richards and Sascha Schroeder We first rectify a misunderstanding regarding the claim of the target article. A. Caramazza, A. Costa, et al. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2017 impact factor of 2.319, ranking it 33rd out of 85 journals in the category "Psychology, Experimental". These results suggest a curvilinear relationship between relational processing and CA scores. After extended vocabulary retrieval practice, this sequential mediation process qualitatively changed to a direct retrieval process in which the English equivalent was accessed in a single working memory step. Participants reliably learned target likelihoods when the possible search locations were kept constant throughout the experiment and the starting location was fixed. Although people often have to learn from environments with scarce and highly selective outcome feedback, the question of how nonfeedback trials are represented in memory and affect later performance has received little attention in models of learning and decision making. We investigated the role of phonemic mediation for lexical access when printed Hebrew words are presented in isolation. With visual distractors, no semantic effect was obtained with a low proportion of response-congruent trials (Experiment 3), whereas a semantic facilitation effect was obtained with a high proportion of response-congruent trials (Experiment 4). However, studies are inconclusive as to whether changing the response that is required attenuates priming only for identical stimuli, or also for categorically related items. In the present study we aimed to test this prediction. This combination priming is not dependent upon the overall meaning of the sentence. (11 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA, all rights reserved). Oppezzo, M., & Schwartz, D. L. (2014). Further, some inhibition effects may result from the use of probe tasks that require decisions. (The following abstract of the original article appeared in record 2011-05332-001.) A key limitation of the prior work was that surface and structural feature overlap between bases and cues was not manipulated precisely. Using accuracy, latency, and verbal report data, a detailed account of memory retrieval processes was developed. Recently, D. R. Shanks, L. Wilkinson, and S. Channon advanced a single-system model that predicts a perfect correlation between true (i.e., error free) response time priming and recognition. In Experiments 1 and 2, the stimuli for the judgment task were derived from an ordered set of concepts from long-term memory (U.S. presidents ordered on the dimension of historical time); in Experiments 3 and 4 the stimuli were derived from two ordered sets of concepts. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved). 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Here, the authors investigated shape representations supporting object priming. In contrast, the "appropriate" prime (e.g., beech) provided facilitation at both exposure durations. [2] The last issue of Human Learning and Memory was 1981 volume 7 issue 6. "Search times (see Figure 3) were significantly faster for targets in the rich side of the display (mean difference 6.57 s, SD 4.22), F(1, 17) 42.9, p .001. We show that they actually derived their predictions from a mixture unequal-variance signal detection (UVSD) model, which assumes 2 discrete levels of strength instead of the continuous variation in learning effectiveness proposed by the encoding variability hypothesis. In his recent articles, Bogartz offered a definition of what it means for forgetting rate to be independent of degree of original learning. In addition, similarities in processing during imagination on the one hand, and perception and action on the other are discussed. The present experiments examine whether people can select as correct natural trajectories over anomalous ones when presented with the actual on-going event (motion condition) or static representations of the event (no-motion condition). (2009). Discusses some problems with R. W. Proctor's (see record 1983-31898-001) explanation of the effect of unfilled intervals between the presentations of successive pictures on subsequent picture recognition. First, the issue is whether the model is descriptively, not normatively, correct. The role of prior knowledge in retrieval of Spanish-English vocabulary pairs learned using keyword mediators was examined in 4 experiments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition DRIFT: An Analysis of Outcome Framing in Intertemporal Choice ... Learning, Memory, and Cognition 2012, Vol. They claimed, first, that the decision model proposed by Fiedler and Kareev is normatively incorrect and is not supported by earlier findings; second, that Fiedler and Kareev misinterpreted or misrepresented their own data, which show in fact a large-sample advantage; and third, that it is not true that small samples lead to clear data; rather, when clear data are observed people make do with small samples. Reports an error in "Visual priming of inverted and rotated objects" by Barbara J. Knowlton, Sean P. McAuliffe, Chase J. Coelho and John E. Hummel ( Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 2009[Jul], Vol 35[4], 837-848). Second, our data do support our conclusion; it is Evans and Buehner's dismissal of some of our data that led them to their conclusions. Whether sequence learning entails a single or multiple memory systems is a moot issue. The meta-analysis was aimed at investigating exemplar and elaborated prototype models of categorization. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Sources of Interference in Recognition Testing Jeffrey Annis, Kenneth J. Malmberg, Amy H. Criss, and Richard M. Shiffrin Adults' performance in the no-motion condition was not enhanced by instructions to employ mental imagery of the event. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved). When a HOR was not shared, surface feature overlap continued to affect access while lower-order structural features had a less reliable effect. This inhibitory account is supported by, among others, findings showing that RIF occurs with independent cues not used during retrieval practice. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Hindsight Bias From 3 to 95 Years of Age Daniel M. Bernstein, Edgar Erdfelder, Andrew N. Meltzoff, William Peria, and Geoffrey R. Loftus Online First Publication, February 7, 2011. doi: 10.1037/a0021971 CITATION We end by providing evidence in favor of our claim that distractor blocking occurs late and specify our blocking account in terms of verbal self-monitoring. Both of these points are discussed and rebutted. The impact factor (IF) 2018 of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition is 2.86, which is computed in 2019 as per it's definition.Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition IF is increased by a factor of 0.51 and approximate percentage change is 21.7% when compared to preceding year 2017, which shows a rising trend. Role of an Abstract Order Schema in Conceptual Judgment. No facilitation was observed when either the subject or verb was replaced with a more neutral word. In this commentary, the author argues that the meta-analysis is misleading because it includes many data sets from experimental designs that are inappropriate for distinguishing the models. The results are discussed in terms of their implications for future research investigating reminiscence and hypermnesia. Data provided are for informational purposes only. ISSN: 0278-7393 (Print) 1939-1285 (Online) Other Information: ... Memory & cognition; Journal Abbreviation … The present author suggests that picture rehearsal is more flexible than is generally supposed, in that it can be applied to any of several recently presented pictures and not to just the very last one. We report a reanalysis of these data along with Monte Carlo simulations that indicate the measures used by Madigan and O'Hara may have inflated the magnitude of the relation between initial recall and item recovery. Auditory distraction did not affect correct recall, but it increased erroneous recall of visual and auditory details. In the article, there was an error in the sixth sentence of the abstract. Bogartz's definition, in contrast, is consistent with either model. The 3 experiments point to a tight linkage between implied memorial structures (i.e., the pattern of grouping at encoding) and the output structure implied by retrieval times and call into question a purely motoric account of the dynamics of recall. This study tested whether eye closure causes these effects through a reduction in environmental distraction. C. L. Gagné and E. Shoben (1997) proposed that the conceptual system contains information about how concepts are used to modify other concepts and that this relational information influences the ease with which concepts combine. However, in print the dots are almost always omitted, and because a single consonant string may represent several different words (with different vowels), the reader can assign to it a unique meaning and pronunciation only in relation to the syntactic and semantic contexts. However, T. R. Jordan, S. M. Thomas, G. R. Patching, and K. C. Scott-Brown (2003; see record 2003-07955-013) used a paradigm that (a) allowed letter pairs to exert influence at any point in the reading process, (b) overcame problems with the stimulus manipulations used by Briihl and Inhoff (1995), and (c) revealed a privileged status for exterior letter pairs in reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Position Item Associations Play a Role in the Acquisition of Order Knowledge in an Implicit Serial Reaction Time Task Nicolas W. Schuck, Robert Gaschler, Aysha Keisler, and Peter A. Frensch Online First Publication, October 10, 2011. doi: 10.1037/a0025816 CITATION We refute Cahan's critique, which confuses normative and descriptive arguments. However, drawing on recent work, the author of the present article gives an alternative interpretation of Costello and Keane's results, showing that alignment is crucial in conceptual combination. [1] The current editor-in-chief is Aaron S. Benjamin. highlight the role of semantic memory processes in guiding the generation of memory-based choice sets, and illustrate the value of semantic space models for studying preferential decision making. 's (1997) Test of Consequence Monotonicity. Commentary on Crutcher and Ericsson (2000), Exemplar Representation Without Generalization? Attention/Likelihood Theory: Reply to Hintzman (1994), Data Fitting and Detection Theory: Reply to Massaro and Oden (1995). Recent studies have shown that many people demonstrate erroneous beliefs about motion when asked to predict the trajectories of objects. It was established in 1975 as an independent section of the Journal of Experimental Psychology and covers research in experimental psychology. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Time in Causal Structure Learning Neil R. Bramley, Tobias Gerstenberg, Ralf Mayrhofer, and David A. Lagnado A Comment on Proctor's (1983) Article, Learning-Forgetting Independence, Unidimensional Memory Models, and Feature Models: Comment on Bogartz (1990). Spatial Working Memory Is Necessary for Actions to Guide Thought. This phenomenon is often assigned to operations of a specialized mechanism recruited to resolve interference during retrieval by deactivating competing memory representations. Comment on Shanks et al. D. L. Hintzman's (1994) criticism of our theory on recognition memory consists of 2 points: An equation of attention/likelihood theory has been incorrectly written and the likelihood ratios of the theory can be replaced by another, preferable transformation. However, it has also been shown that CA increases as recall level increases and that CA scores following relational processing are actually below CA scores for randomly recalled items. On the basis of earlier findings, we (Fiedler & Kareev, 2006) presented a statistical decision model that explains the conditions under which small samples of information about choice alternatives inform more correct choices than large samples. The Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition is a peer-reviewed academic journal published by the American Psychological Association. Instead, he discarded our model as statistically invalid because the threshold does not decrease with increasing sample size. A number of recent studies have questioned the idea that lexical selection during speech production is a competitive process. concluded that homophones have separate word form presentations and that the absence of frequency-inheritance effects for homophones undermines an important argument in support of 2-stage models of lexical access, which assume that syntactic (lemma) representations mediate between conceptual and phonological representations. Relation availability was not confounded with familiarity or plausibility in Gagné and Shoben (1997): Comment on Wisniewski and Murphy (2005), Automatic Mediation or Absence of Mediation? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Shape Shifting: Local Landmarks Interfere With Navigation by, and Recognition of, Global Shape Matthew G. Buckley, Alastair D. Smith, and Mark Haselgrove Online First Publication, November 18, … In this article the authors evaluate that conclusion on both conceptual and empirical grounds and report results of a new experiment that indicate that a qualitative shift to direct, unmediated recall can occur for at least some tasks. Reports an error in "Eye closure reduces the cross-modal memory impairment caused by auditory distraction" by Timothy J. In their innovative experiment, manipulating the retrievability of 1 source feature did not affect memory for a 2nd feature. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Hyper-Binding Across Time: Age Differences in the Effect of Temporal Proximity on Paired-Associate Learning Karen L. Campbell, Alexandra Trelle, and Lynn Hasher Online First Publication, August 12, … (2003), Independent retrieval of source dimensions: An extension of results by Starns and Hicks (2005) and a comment on the ACSIM measure, Contextual Match and Cue-Independence of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting: Testing the Prediction of the Model by Norman, Newman, and Detre (2007), CARIN Theory Reanalysis Reanalyzed: A Comment on Maguire, Devereux, Costello, and Cater (2007). The dependent measure in all experiments was the minimum exposure duration required to correctly identify an object image in a rapid serial visual presentation stream. In the experiments reported in this article, the authors systematically varied, for a given type of semantic relation-that is, basic-level distractors (e.g., fish) during subordinate-level naming (e.g., carp)-the modality in which distractor words were presented (auditory vs. visual) and the proportion of response-congruent trials (i.e., trials allowing for the correct naming response to be derived from both the distractor and the target). More specifically, the journal "publishes original experimental studies on basic processes of cognition, learning, memory, imagery, concept formation, problem solving, decision making, thinking, reading, and language processing". Recently, J. J. Starns and J. L. Hicks (2005) have argued that source dimensions are retrieved independently from memory. We regret any misunderstandings resulting from our linking the SSA to Bernoulli's law of large numbers. Clarifying the Advantage of Small Samples: As It Relates to Statistical Wisdom and Cahan's (2010) Normative Intuitions, Mixing Strong and Weak Targets Provides No Evidence Against the Unequal-Variance Explanation of zROC Slope: A Comment on Koen and Yonelinas (2010). There was no evidence of such learning when room-based and body-based reference frames were dissociated. Eyewitnesses instructed to close their eyes during retrieval recall more correct and fewer incorrect visual and auditory details. Strategies of Picture Rehearsal. In all experiments, the difference in the magnitude of priming for identical or rotated–inverted priming conditions was marginal or nonexistent. Because the priming was obtained with a stimulus onset asynchrony of 250 ms, these data provide support for Van Orden's (1987) verification model, which posits that meaning is accessed through the automatic activation of phonological information. P. Maguire, B. Devereux, F. Costello, and A. Cater discussed the Gagné and Shoben (1997) CARIN theory of conceptual combination and, after presenting a sample drawn from the British National Corpus and comparing the two corpora, concluded that the Gagné and Shoben corpus is too small and unrepresentative. In this article, the authors use the generalized context model (Nosofsky, 1986) as a vehicle to test contrasting hypotheses about the coding of nonfeedback trials. When speakers used more complex sentences (including prenominal color adjectives; e.g., "the blue frog is next to the blue mug") much larger interference effects were observed for the first than the second noun, suggesting that the second noun was lexically-semantically activated before speech onset on only a subset of trials. Experiments 2 and 3 demonstrated that although priming was sensitive to orientation, visual priming was relatively invariant with image inversion (i.e., an image visually primed its inverted counterpart approximately as much as it primed itself). An alternative explanation is that the dynamics of serial recall solely reflect output (rather than memorial) processes, with the temporal pattern at input merely suggesting a basis for the pattern of output buffering. Sixty participants watched a staged event before verbally answering questions about it in the presence of auditory distraction or in a quiet control condition. Keywords: decision making, semantic memory, semantic clustering, preregistration, open science Models of access might need to be adjusted to account for these phenomena. With increased cognitive load, introduced by an additional conceptual decision task and variable utterance formats, the interference effect for the first noun was increased and the interference effect for second noun disappeared, suggesting that the scope of advance planning had been narrowed. Perfect, Jackie Andrade and Irene Eagan (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2011[Jul], Vol 37[4], 1008-1013). It is contingent on high constant decision thresholds. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Converging Semantic and Phonological Information in Lexical Retrieval and Selection in Young and Older The Shanks model is contrasted with a dual-process model that incorporates both response time priming and reportable sequence knowledge as predictors of recognition. In Experiment 1, participants were asked to recall a subset of visually presented digits from a temporally grouped list in their original order, where either within-group position or group position was kept constant. This experiment demonstrated that naming time of a target word (e.g., nut) is facilitated more by a homophone of a semantic associate (e.g., beach) than by a visually similar control (e.g., bench). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40(4), 1142–1152. With auditory distractors, semantic interference was obtained irrespective of the proportion of response-congruent trials (low in Experiment 1, high in Experiment 2). Adults were asked to judge the self-to-object directions in a room from novel points of observation that differed from their actual point at times only by a rotation and at other times only by a translation. The models were tested by applying confirmatory factor analysis to data obtained from a recognition test that was administered under both speed and accuracy conditions. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved). These results suggest that in Hebrew, orthographic codes play a more important role in the process of word recognition than do phonemic codes, especially in comparison with the roles played in other languages. R. J. Crutcher and K. A. Ericsson (2000; see record 2000-05419-014) showed that subjects stopped reporting mnemonic mediation in a recall task after sufficient practice. The finding that participants leave a pause between groups when attempting serial recall of temporally grouped lists has been taken to indicate access to a hierarchical representation of the list in working memory. 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