Joshua A Quinlan

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Since McGeoch's (1932) influential article, no accounts of long-term memory have invoked decay as a cause of forgetting. In contrast, multiple accounts of short-term memory (STM) invoke decay, with many appealing to results from the Brown-Peterson paradigm as offering support. Two experiments are reported that used a standard Brown-Peterson task but which(More)
  • S E Swearer, J E Caselle, +36 authors Abdul Rahman Kassim
  • 2006
larval traits, and biogeographic and genetic patterns, which are consistent with emerging empirical data (6, 28, 35). Further experimental tests of model predictions, as well as incorporation of higher resolution biophysical models, will serve to improve the predictability of dispersal kernels, our understanding of the processes driving the dispersal(More)
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