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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Volume 36, Issue 3Introduction to the special section on spatial reference frames: Examining what and how information is encoded through the integration of cognitive, behavioral, and neuroscience approaches.
Page 573-575Chunking in spatial memory.
Page 576-589Mental space travel: Damage to posterior parietal cortex prevents egocentric navigation and reexperiencing of remote spatial memories.
Page 619-634Neuropsychological evidence for visual- and motor-based affordance: Effects of reference frame and object–hand congruence.
Page 659-670The production effect: Delineation of a phenomenon.
Page 671-685Where do you think you are? Effects of conceptual current position on spatial memory performance.
Page 686-698Solve the problem first: Constructive solution strategies can influence the accuracy of retrospective confidence judgments.
Page 699-710Focal/nonfocal cue effects in prospective memory: Monitoring difficulty or different retrieval processes?
Page 736-749On the joint effects of stimulus quality, regularity, and lexicality when reading aloud: New challenges.
Page 750-764Correction to Klauer et al. (2010).
Page 804Correction to Son (2010).
Page 812The relationships of working memory, secondary memory, and general fluid intelligence: Working memory is special.
Page 813-820A vowel is a vowel: Generalizing newly learned phonotactic constraints to new contexts.
Page 821-828Decision quality (always) increases with the size of information samples—provided that the decision rule is statistically valid: Comment on Fiedler and Kareev (2006).
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Thursday, May 27, 2010
iPost: Where am I? Special issue on spatial abilities (Gv)
Special issue on spatial abilities, spatial memory, etc