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Global matching models of recognition memory: How the models match the data
We present a review of global matching models of recognition memory, describing their theoretical origins and fundamental assumptions, focusing on two defining properties: (1) recognition is basedExpand
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Testing global memory models using ROC curves.
Global memory models are evaluated by using data from recognition memory experiments. For recognition, each of the models gives a value of familiarity as the output from matching a test item againstExpand
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Situation Awareness
and two anonymous reviewers under the editorship of Roger Schvaneveldt.
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Showups versus lineups: An evaluation using ROC analysis
Abstract Showups (a one-person identification) were compared to both simultaneous and sequential lineups that varied in lineup fairness and the position of the suspect in the lineup. We reanalyzedExpand
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Effect of retention interval on showup and lineup performance
Abstract Showups – when a single suspect is presented to an eyewitness – are thought to be a more suggestive procedure than traditional lineups by the U.S. Supreme Court and social scienceExpand
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Robustness of the sequential lineup advantage.
A growing movement in the United States and around the world involves promoting the advantages of conducting an eyewitness lineup in a sequential manner. We conducted a large study (N = 2,529) thatExpand
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Time course of item and associative information: implications for global memory models.
The time course of availability of associative and item information was examined by using a response signal procedure. Associative information discriminates between a studied pair of words and a pairExpand
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Testing global memory models using ROC curves.
Global memory models are evaluated by using data from recognition memory experiments. For recognition, each of the models gives a value of familiarity as the output from matching a test item againstExpand
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Aging and visual search: automatic and controlled attentional bias to threat faces.
Using a visual search paradigm, we investigated how age affected attentional bias to emotional facial expressions. In Experiments 1 and 2, participants searched for a discrepant facial expression inExpand
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