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Recognizing: The judgment of previous occurrence.
- G. Mandler
Several suggestions for a class of theories of recognition memory have been proposed during the past decade. These models address predictions about judgments of prior occurrence of an event, not the… Expand
Activation makes words more accessible, but not necessarily more retrievable.
Three experiments compared different memory tests for words that were studied under either semantic or nonsemantic processing conditions. When the tests required the completion of the initial letters… Expand
Out of one’s mind: A study of involuntary semantic memories
The study of memories that pop into one's mind without any conscious attempt to retrieve them began only recently. While there are some studies on involuntary autobiographical memories (e.g., )… Expand
The psychology of facial expression: Frontmatter
Part I. Introduction: 1. What does a facial expression mean? James A. Russell and Jose-Miguel Fernandez-Dols 2. Methods for the study of facial behavior Hugh Wagner Part II. Three Broad Theoretical… Expand
Cognitive Psychology: An Essay in Cognitive Science
- G. Mandler
- 1 May 1985