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Development of episodic and autobiographical memory: a cognitive neuroscience perspective.
Memory binding in early childhood: evidence for a retrieval deficit.
Previous research has suggested that performance for items requiring memory-binding processes improves between ages 4 and 6 (J. Sluzenski, N. Newcombe, & S. L. Kovacs, 2006). The present study… Expand
The attribution of perceptual fluency in recognition memory: the role of expectation
Abstract Three experiments investigate whether the influence of perceptual fluency on recognition memory depends on a perceptual match between study and test. The perceptual fluency of recognition… Expand
Change in perceptual form attenuates the use of the fluency heuristic in recognition
Four experiments (totalN = 295) were conducted to determine whether within-modality changes in perceptual form between the study and the test phases of an experiment would moderate the role of the… Expand
Not enough familiarity for fluency: Definitional encoding increases familiarity but does not lead to fluency attribution in associative recognition
- M. Lloyd, Ashley Hartman, Chi T Ngo, Nicole Ruser, D. Westerman, J. K. Miller
- Psychology, Medicine
- Memory & cognition
Five experiments were conducted to test whether encoding manipulations thought to encourage unitization would affect fluency attribution in associative recognition memory. Experiments 1a and 1b,… Expand
Ocular and oral grading of mucous membrane pemphigoid
- Graham M. B. Reeves, M. Lloyd, B. Rajlawat, Gillian L. Barker, E. Field, S. Kaye
- Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental…
- 1 April 2012
BackgroundA variety of methods have been described for grading ocular mucous membrane pemphigoid (MMP), each with their own limitations. In contrast, there are no reported grading systems for… Expand
Are first impressions lasting impressions? An exploration of the generality of the primacy effect in memory for repetitions
In five experiments, we investigated the primacy effect in memory for repetitions (DiGirolamo & Hintzman, 1997), the finding that when participants are shown a study list that contains two very… Expand
When does modality matter? Perceptual versus conceptual fluency-based illusions in recognition memory
Previous research has shown that illusions of recognition memory based on enhanced perceptual fluency are sensitive to the perceptual match between the study and test phases of an experiment. The… Expand
Evidence for persistence of adenovirus in the tear film a decade following conjunctivitis
Chronic papillary conjunctivitis has been described following adenoviral conjunctivitis. It is unknown however, how long adenovirus is able to persist in the tear film and conjunctiva. To determine… Expand