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Interference to ongoing activities covaries with the characteristics of an event-based intention.
Previous studies of event-based prospective memory have demonstrated that the character of an ongoing task can affect cue detection. By contrast, this study demonstrated that there is a reciprocalExpand
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Event-based prospective memory and executive control of working memory.
In 5 experiments, the character of concurrent cognitive processing was manipulated during an event-based prospective memory task. High- and low-load conditions that differed only in the difficulty ofExpand
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Task interference in time-based, event-based, and dual intention prospective memory conditions☆
Forming the intention to complete an activity later is the standard definition of a prospective memory task. Recently, a debate has arisen concerning the degree to which near-term intentions usurpExpand
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A decrement-to-familiarity interpretation of the revelation effect from forced-choice tests of recognition memory.
  • J. Hicks, R. Marsh
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Learning…
  • 1 September 1998
In the revelation effect, the probability of labeling a target or a lure as "old" on item recognition tests increases if just prior to their recognition judgment, participants first identify aExpand
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On the relationship between effort toward an ongoing task and cue detection in event-based prospective memory.
In recent theories of event-based prospective memory, researchers have debated what degree of resources are necessary to identify a cue as related to a previously established intention. In order toExpand
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An investigation of everyday prospective memory
Prospective memory, remembering to carry out one’s planned activities, was investigated using a naturalistic paradigm. Three experiments, with a total of 405 participants, were conducted. The goalExpand
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The properties of retention intervals and their affect on retaining prospective memories.
Five experiments were conducted to explore how the character of the retention interval affected event-based prospective memory. According to the canons of retrospective memory, prospectiveExpand
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Eliciting cryptomnesia: unconscious plagiarism in a puzzle task.
  • R. Marsh, G. Bower
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of experimental psychology. Learning…
  • 1 May 1993
In three experiments we investigated cryptomnesia (unconscious plagiarism) and source memory using a word-search puzzle task. Subjects first alternated with a "computer partner" in locating wordsExpand
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