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The Cognitive Failures Questionnaire (CFQ) and its correlates.
This paper describes a questionnaire measure of self-reported failures in perception, memory, and motor function. Responses to all questions tend to be positively correlated, and the wholeExpand
Perception and communication
First published in 1958, this book has become recognized as a classic in its field. It marked a transition between behaviourist learning theory and the modern 'information processing' or 'cognitive'Expand
Decision and stress
On the Relationship between Task Performance and Associated Verbalizable Knowledge
Three experiments explore the relationship between performance on a cognitive task and the explicit or reportable knowledge associated with that performance (assessed here by written post-taskExpand
What makes interruptions disruptive? A study of length, similarity, and complexity
SummaryClassic work on interruptions by Zeigarnik showed that tasks that were interrupted were more likely to be recalled after a delay than tasks that were not interrupted. Much of the literature onExpand
Information Conveyed by Vowels
Most speech sounds may be said to convey three kinds of information: linguistic information which enables the listener to identify the words that are being used; socio‐linguistic information, whichExpand
Interactive tasks and the implicit‐explicit distinction
Two experiments explore the relationship between implicit and explicit processes in the acquisition of complex knowledge. Their purpose is twofold. Firstly, to specify some of the variables thatExpand
The role of auditory localization in attention and memory span.
  • D. Broadbent
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology
  • 1954
On the Transfer of Information from Temporary to Permanent Memory [and Discussion]
The idea that information is transferred from temporary to permanent storage is a pervasive one in memory research. However, in this article it is argued that the idea is unnecessary and misleading.Expand
Task combination and selective intake of information.