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Developmental changes in source memory
Remembering how one learned a fact can be important in itself (e.g. for considering the value of information). However, source memory is also important, along with the temporal and perceptualExpand
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL LOCATION CODING: PLACE LEARNING AND DEAD RECKONING IN THE SECOND AND THIRD YEARS
Abstract There are two possible ways to code spatial location: viewer-referenced and externally referenced systems. The mature form of each system makes use of metric information (in forms of codingExpand
To adapt or not to adapt: The question of domain-general cognitive control
What do perceptually bistable figures, sentences vulnerable to misinterpretation and the Stroop task have in common? Although seemingly disparate, they all contain elements of conflict or ambiguity.Expand
An Event-Related Potential Study of Item Recognition Memory in Children and Adults
The purpose of this study was to contrast children's event-related potentials (ERPs) with those of adults in an item recognition memory task. Four-year-old children and adults were presented withExpand
Remembering versus knowing the past: children's explicit and implicit memories for pictures.
Two studies are reported examining children's explicit and implicit memory for pictures, using measures of recognition memory and perceptual facilitation. In Experiment 1, 3-year-olds showedExpand
Remembering Early Childhood
In this article, we consider recent research on three questions about people's memories for their early childhood: whether childhood amnesia is a real phenomenon, whether implicit memories surviveExpand
Do imposters threaten data quality? An examination of worker misrepresentation and downstream consequences in Amazon's Mechanical Turk workforce
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Demographic deception threatens data quality and could result in faulty conclusions.The impact of MTurk worker demographic deception is evaluated in two studies. Expand
The roles of chronological age and time perspective in memory positivity
ABSTRACT The observation that older adults show enhanced cognition for emotionally positive information has been labeled the positivity effect (Reed, Chan, & Mikels, 2014). According to theExpand
Rapid acquisition of novel information: Is disjunctive syllogism necessary for fast mapping?
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We investigated two possible mechanisms that may mediate the rapid acquisition of novel words and their corresponding referents (i.e., fast mapping, FM). Expand
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