Cognitive psychometrics: assessing storage and retrieval deficits in special populations with multinomial processing tree models.

@article{Riefer2002CognitivePA,
  title={Cognitive psychometrics: assessing storage and retrieval deficits in special populations with multinomial processing tree models.},
  author={David M Riefer and Bethany R Knapp and William H. Batchelder and Donald Bamber and Victor Manifold},
  journal={Psychological assessment},
  year={2002},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={184-201}
}
This article demonstrates how multinomial processing tree models can be used as assessment tools to measure cognitive deficits in clinical populations. This is illustrated with a model developed by W. H. Batchelder and D. M. Riefer (1980) that separately measures storage and retrieval processes in memory. The validity of the model is tested in 2 experiments, which show that presentation rate affects the storage of items (Experiment 1) and part-list cuing hurts item retrieval (Experiment 2… CONTINUE READING

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