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Distributed practice in verbal recall tasks: A review and quantitative synthesis.
A meta-analysis of the distributed practice effect suggests that ISI and retention interval operate jointly to affect final-test retention; specifically, the ISI producing maximal retention increased as retention interval increased.
Puzzlingly High Correlations in fMRI Studies of Emotion, Personality, and Social Cognition 1
- E. Vul, C. Harris, P. Winkielman, H. Pashler
- PsychologyPerspectives on psychological science : a journal…
- 1 May 2009
It is argued that, in some cases, other analysis problems likely created entirely spurious correlations and the data from these studies could be reanalyzed with unbiased methods to provide accurate estimates of the correlations in question and urge authors to perform such reanalyses.
Scanning the horizon: towards transparent and reproducible neuroimaging research
How the field of functional MRI should evolve is described to produce the most meaningful and reliable answers to neuroscientific questions.
Measuring the Crowd Within
Measuring the crowd within: probabilistic representations within individuals finds any benefit of averaging two responses from one person would yield support for this hypothesis, which is consistent with such models that responses of many people are distributed probabilistically.
Spacing Effects in Learning
The interaction of gap and test delay implies that many educational practices are highly inefficient, and an increase in the interstudy gap at first increased, and then gradually reduced, final test performance.
Development of infants’ attention to faces during the first year
One and Done? Optimal Decisions From Very Few Samples
Under reasonable assumptions about the time costs of sampling, making many quick but locally suboptimal decisions based on very few samples may be the globally optimal strategy over long periods.
Spacing effects in learning: A temporal ridgeline of optimal retention learning:
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Pure Reasoning in 12-Month-Old Infants as Probabilistic Inference
- Ernő Téglás, E. Vul, V. Girotto, Michel Gonzalez, J. Tenenbaum, L. Bonatti
- 27 May 2011
The model explains infants’ statistical expectations and classic qualitative findings about object cognition in younger babies, not originally viewed as probabilistic inferences.
The effects of tests on learning and forgetting
In three experiments, it is investigated whether memory tests enhance learning and reduce forgetting more than additional study opportunities do and whether testing enhanced overall recall more than restudying did.