Running Head : REM VS . SLiM Differentiating the Differentiation Models : A Comparison of the Retrieving Effectively from Memory Model ( REM ) and the Subjective Likelihood Model ( SLiM )

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The subjective likelihood model (SLiM; McClelland & Chappell, 1998) and the retrieving effectively from memory model (REM; Shiffrin & Steyvers, 1997) have long been thought of as nearly identical models that share assumptions and make parallel predictions. Indeed both models share two core assumptions: a Bayesian inspired decision process and the process of… (More)

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