Glenn V. Nakamura

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Source monitoring refers to mental processes leading to attributions regarding the origin of information. We tested Johnson, Hashtroudi, and Lindsay's (1993) assumption that prior source-relevant knowledge is used in some source-monitoring tasks. In two experiments using different domains of schematic knowledge, two sources presented information that was(More)
BACKGROUND Nonadherence to antiretroviral therapy (ARVT) is an important behavioral determinant of the success of ARVT. Nonadherence may lead to virological failure, and increases the risk of development of drug resistance. Understanding the prevalence of nonadherence and associated factors is important to inform secondary HIV prevention efforts. (More)
BACKGROUND Despite the effectiveness of prophylaxis, Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia (PCP) continues to be the most common serious opportunistic infection among HIV-infected persons. We describe factors associated with nonadherence to primary PCP prophylaxis. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We used 2000-2004 data from the Supplement to HIV/AIDS(More)
The question of what makes a concept coherent (what makes its members form a comprehensible class) has received a variety of answers. In this article we review accounts based on similarity, feature correlations, and various theories of cate-gorization. We find that each theory provides an inadequate account of conceptual coherence (or no account at all)(More)
Two schema-based hypotheses were developed and tested regarding recall for the following five types of spatial relations: scene-expected relations, two types of scene-unexpected relations, and two types of scene-irrelevant relations. In two experiments, subjects read relations that were described in passages and then recalled the passages. An attention(More)
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