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Misinformation and Its Correction
The widespread prevalence and persistence of misinformation in contemporary societies, such as the false belief that there is a link between childhood vaccinations and autism, is a matter of publicExpand
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Short-Term Memory: New Data and a Model
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We identify four explanatory constructs that we suggest must be instantiated in a model to provide an adequate account of serial order memory data. Expand
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A working memory test battery for MATLAB
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We present a battery of four working memory tasks that are implemented using MATLAB and the free Psychophysics Toolbox. Expand
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Forgetting in immediate serial recall: decay, temporal distinctiveness, or interference?
Three hypotheses of forgetting from immediate memory were tested: time-based decay, decreasing temporal distinctiveness, and interference. The hypotheses were represented by 3 models of serialExpand
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Computational Modeling in Cognition: Principles and Practice
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Preface 1. Introduction 1.1 Models and Theories in Science 1.3 Quantitative Modeling in Cognition 1.4 The Ideas Underlying Modeling and Its Distinct Applications 1.5 What Can We Expect From Models? 1.6 Potential Problems 2. From Words to Models: Building a Toolkit 2.1 Working Memory 2.2 The Phonological Loop: 144 Models of Working Memory . Expand
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Population of linear experts: knowledge partitioning and function learning.
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Knowledge partitioning is a theoretical construct holding that knowledge is not always integrated and homogeneous but may be separated into independent parcels containing mutually contradictory information. Expand
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Verbalizing facial memory: criterion effects in verbal overshadowing.
This article investigated the role of the recognition criterion in the verbal overshadowing effect (VOE). In 3 experiments, people witnessed an event, verbally described a perpetrator, and thenExpand
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Memory for Serial Order
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An endogenous distributed model of ordering in serial recall
We introduce a distributed model of memory for serial order, called SOB, that produces ordered serial recall by relying on encoding and retrieval processes that are endogenous to the model. SOBExpand
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Modeling working memory: An interference model of complex span
This article introduces a new computational model for the complex-span task, the most popular task for studying working memory. SOB-CS is a two-layer neural network that associates distributed itemExpand
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