In Experiments 1 and 2, the stimuli for the judgment task were derived from an ordered set of concepts from long-term memory (U.S. presidents ordered on the dimension of historical time); in Experiments 3 and 4 the stimuli were derived from two ordered sets of concepts. Journal of Experimental Psychology Learning Memory and Cognition | Citations: 11,364 | Read 1099 articles with impact on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. In 2 object priming experiments, the authors show that priming was eliminated if the initial decision associated with a stimulus changed on a later trial. However, it has also been shown that CA increases as recall level increases and that CA scores following relational processing are actually below CA scores for randomly recalled items. Whether sequence learning entails a single or multiple memory systems is a moot issue. However, direct retrieval was still influenced by a covert mediation process. The authors then present some new comparisons between the corpora, showing that they correspond surprisingly well. Ss performed same-different judgments for which order information was logically irrelevant. , 000 000 0278-7393/12/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/a0029671 1. sequently presented with pairs of polygons, one previously ex- Second, to better understand the constraints on memory mechanisms dictated by the mathematics of the models under consideration, we develop a simple but general feature model of learning and forgetting. Because the mixed predictions follow a slightly curved ʐROC function, different ranges of scores have different linear slopes. There is an error reported in the Results section on p. 1010. Two models of the implicated order schema are proposed and tested. These results suggest a curvilinear relationship between relational processing and CA scores. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition Abbreviation : J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn ISSN : 0278-7393 (Print) 1939-1285 (Electronic) 0278-7393 (Linking) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Putting Bandits Into Context: How Function Learning Supports Decision Making Clarifying the Advantage of Small Samples: As It Relates to Statistical Wisdom and Cahan's (2010) Normative Intuitions, Mixing Strong and Weak Targets Provides No Evidence Against the Unequal-Variance Explanation of zROC Slope: A Comment on Koen and Yonelinas (2010). Retrieval was tested immediately after learning and after 1-week and 1-month no-practice intervals (Experiment 1), after moderate retrieval practice (Experiment 2), and after extended retrieval practice (Experiments 3 and 4). Bogartz's definition, in contrast, is consistent with either model. With increased cognitive load, introduced by an additional conceptual decision task and variable utterance formats, the interference effect for the first noun was increased and the interference effect for second noun disappeared, suggesting that the scope of advance planning had been narrowed. In this commentary, we counter Bogartz's criticisms and then offer two observations. 's (1997) Test of Consequence Monotonicity. They found that participants were not strongly biased to prefer and produce interpretations with alignable differences. The Standard Abbreviation (ISO4) of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition is “J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn”.ISO 4 (Information and documentation – Rules for the abbreviation of title words and titles of publications) is an international standard, defining a uniform system for the abbreviation of serial publication titles. Priming was defined as the change in minimum exposure duration for identification as a function of prior exposure to an object. This inhibitory account is supported by, among others, findings showing that RIF occurs with independent cues not used during retrieval practice. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Converging Semantic and Phonological Information in Lexical Retrieval and Selection in Young and Older [3], Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, "Journal of Experimental Psychology: General", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Journal_of_Experimental_Psychology:_Learning,_Memory,_and_Cognition&oldid=906194930, American Psychological Association academic journals, Articles with outdated impact factors from 2017, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 14 July 2019, at 08:15. , 000 000 0278-7393/12/$12.00 DOI: 10.1037/a0029177 1. ing number of … However, studies are inconclusive as to whether changing the response that is required attenuates priming only for identical stimuli, or also for categorically related items. In Experiment 1, participants were asked to recall a subset of visually presented digits from a temporally grouped list in their original order, where either within-group position or group position was kept constant. In his recent articles, Bogartz offered a definition of what it means for forgetting rate to be independent of degree of original learning. Through the use of a new serial naming task, the authors investigated implicit learning of repeating sequences of abstract semantic categories. This article addresses these claims and points out that although studies that use parafoveal previews provide an important contribution, other techniques and paradigms are required to reveal the full role of letter pairs in reading. Three experiments are presented here that disentangle input structure from output buffering in serial recall. Comment on Smith and Minda's (2000) "Thirty Categorization Results in Search of a Model", On the Necessity of Alignment: Reply to Costello and Keane (2001), Specific-Word Frequency Is Not All That Counts in Speech Production: Comments on Caramazza, Costa, et al. Oppezzo, M., & Schwartz, D. L. (2014). Both groups of comprehenders read inconsistent actions more slowly than consistent actions in the local coherence condition, but only good comprehenders showed the reading time difference in the global coherence condition. In Experiment 1, the description and action were adjacent in the text (local coherence) or were separated by intervening text (global coherence). This study tested whether eye closure causes these effects through a reduction in environmental distraction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved). Relation availability was not confounded with familiarity or plausibility in Gagné and Shoben (1997): Comment on Wisniewski and Murphy (2005), Automatic Mediation or Absence of Mediation? highlight the role of semantic memory processes in guiding the generation of memory-based choice sets, and illustrate the value of semantic space models for studying preferential decision making. We used the actual range in the data to compute both the observed and predicted slopes, and this eliminated the apparent deviation between them. The system compares the initial version of each submitted manuscript against a database of 40+ million scholarly documents, as well as content appearing on the open web. These results prompted M. D. Murphy (1979) to suggest that, after adjusting for recall-level differences, relational processing decreases CA scores. Often, the designs involved manipulations in which the actual 5-4 structure was not, in reality, tested, voiding the predictions of the models. Some women chose a curvilinear path in the motion condition, and in the no-motion condition the curvilinear path was their most often selected alternative. It is contingent on high constant decision thresholds. Although RIF was present when the same cues were used during retrieval practice and a final test, contrary to the prediction formulated by Norman et al., RIF failed to emerge when episodic associates were employed as independent cues. Sixty participants watched a staged event before verbally answering questions about it in the presence of auditory distraction or in a quiet control condition. Adults' performance in the no-motion condition was not enhanced by instructions to employ mental imagery of the event. Because the priming was obtained with a stimulus onset asynchrony of 250 ms, these data provide support for Van Orden's (1987) verification model, which posits that meaning is accessed through the automatic activation of phonological information. The authors of this article evaluate the empirical basis of this conclusion, report 2 experiments demonstrating a frequency-inheritance effect, and discuss other recent evidence. Recent encounters with a stimulus often facilitate or "prime" future responses to the same or similar stimuli. Attention/Likelihood Theory: Reply to Hintzman (1994), Data Fitting and Detection Theory: Reply to Massaro and Oden (1995). Correction to Smith, Hood, and Gilchrist (2010). In their comment, Roelofs, Piai, and Schriefers (2011) argue against our interpretation of the distractor frequency effect in terms of a late blocking mechanism. One type of evidence against selection by competition is the observation that in the picture-word interference task semantically related distractors may facilitate the naming of a picture, whereas the selection by competition account predicts them to interfere. Their article thus supports the more general hypothesis that multistep cognition can take place without awareness. Thus, the results present a paradoxical picture in which poor readers activate relevant knowledge during reading but fail to integrate it into their developing representation. Their application offers new insights into consequence monotonicity as well as into von Winterfeldt et al. Models of access might need to be adjusted to account for these phenomena. One type of information that aids efficient large-scale search is the likelihood of the object being in one location over another. The present study systematically manipulated the number of surface and structural matches to determine their relative effect on access. We refute Cahan's critique, which confuses normative and descriptive arguments. There was also a main effect of block, F(1, 17) 5.73, p .05, and a Probability X Block interaction, F(1, 17) 11.0, p .005, reflecting the slower overall search times for sparse trials in the second block and indicating a larger cuing effect in Block 2 (mean difference 8.10 s, SD 4.93) than Block 1 (mean difference 5.05 s, SD 4.31)." ISSN: 0278-7393 (Print) 1939-1285 (Online) Other Information: ... Memory & cognition; Journal Abbreviation … 's main experiment via a bootstrap method. Finally, Evans and Buehner's third point is discussed explicitly and at length in the original article. Results indicate that abstract sequential structures are learned implicitly, even if neither the surface stimuli nor the responses follow a sequence. The 3 experiments point to a tight linkage between implied memorial structures (i.e., the pattern of grouping at encoding) and the output structure implied by retrieval times and call into question a purely motoric account of the dynamics of recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Hyper-Binding Across Time: Age Differences in the Effect of Temporal Proximity on Paired-Associate Learning Karen L. Campbell, Alexandra Trelle, and Lynn Hasher Online First Publication, August 12, … Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Context Facilitation in Text Reading: A Study of Children’s Eye Movements Simon P. Tiffin-Richards and Sascha Schroeder In this article, the authors use the generalized context model (Nosofsky, 1986) as a vehicle to test contrasting hypotheses about the coding of nonfeedback trials. Spatial Working Memory Is Necessary for Actions to Guide Thought. Both of these points are discussed and rebutted. Fifth-grade children demonstrated no effect for gender and their path preferences resembled those of adult males. Participants were instructed to close or not close their eyes during recall. In this article, the hypothesis that the model also offers an account of accuracy and response times in absolute identification was investigated. This combination priming is not dependent upon the overall meaning of the sentence. Koen and Yonelinas (2010; K&Y) reported that mixing classes of targets that had short (weak) or long (strong) study times had no impact on ʐROC slope, contradicting the predictions of the encoding variability hypothesis. concluded that homophones have separate word form presentations and that the absence of frequency-inheritance effects for homophones undermines an important argument in support of 2-stage models of lexical access, which assume that syntactic (lemma) representations mediate between conceptual and phonological representations. We also refute Cahan's intuition that ignoring the potential asymmetry of gains and losses creates a serious bias in favor of the SSA. However, this priming effect from the homophone obtained only when the prime word was exposed for 50 ms and was followed by a pattern mask and not when it was exposed for 200 ms before the pattern mask. A key limitation of the prior work was that surface and structural feature overlap between bases and cues was not manipulated precisely. With auditory distractors, semantic interference was obtained irrespective of the proportion of response-congruent trials (low in Experiment 1, high in Experiment 2). The author also shows that the dual-process model accounts for their results. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Shape Shifting: Local Landmarks Interfere With Navigation by, and Recognition of, Global Shape Matthew G. Buckley, Alastair D. Smith, and Mark Haselgrove Online First Publication, November 18, … The role of prior knowledge in retrieval of Spanish-English vocabulary pairs learned using keyword mediators was examined in 4 experiments. Instructed eye closure reduced this effect equally for both modalities. Contrary to this normative intuition, which presupposes a significance-testing rationale, we point out that decisions are often insensitive to sample size. This sharply contrasts the findings of von Winterfeldt et al., who concluded that axiom violations were the most pronounced under that procedure. When a HOR was not shared, surface feature overlap continued to affect access while lower-order structural features had a less reliable effect. The results are discussed in terms of their implications for future research investigating reminiscence and hypermnesia. Results indicate that adults benefit from the motion information in these stimuli, choosing the correct path more often in the motion condition. Facilitation was observed in both conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Does Overloading Cognitive Resources Mimic the Impact of Anxiety on Temporal Cognition? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Time in Causal Structure Learning Neil R. Bramley, Tobias Gerstenberg, Ralf Mayrhofer, and David A. Lagnado 【journal of experimental psychology-learning memory and cognition】citescore trend Comments from Authors * All review process metrics, such as acceptance rate and review speed, are limited to our user-submitted manuscripts. Finding an object in our environment is an important human ability that also represents a critical component of human foraging behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Directed Forgetting and Directed Remembering in Visual Working Memory Melonie Williams and Geoffrey F. Woodman Online First Publication, March 12, 2012. doi: 10.1037/a0027389 CITATION Williams, M., & Woodman, G. F. (2012, March 12). The journal is abstracted and indexed by MEDLINE/PubMed and the Social Science Citation Index. The apparent misfits reported by K&Y arose because they calculated the observed slopes using the actual range of ʐ-transformed false-alarm rates in the data, but they computed the predicted slopes using an extended range from - 5 to 5. The results are compatible with the notion that cognitive processes were engaged differentially in recognition judgments under speed and accuracy conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition DRIFT: An Analysis of Outcome Framing in Intertemporal Choice ... Learning, Memory, and Cognition 2012, Vol. Adults were asked to judge the self-to-object directions in a room from novel points of observation that differed from their actual point at times only by a rotation and at other times only by a translation. They then discussed the mathematical model presented by Gagné and Shoben and claimed that the model does not incorporate relational competition. Instead, participants sometimes preferred and produced interpretations with nonalignable differences. Participants read stories in which a character's action was consistent or inconsistent with a description of the character presented earlier in the story. In the experiments reported in this article, the authors systematically varied, for a given type of semantic relation-that is, basic-level distractors (e.g., fish) during subordinate-level naming (e.g., carp)-the modality in which distractor words were presented (auditory vs. visual) and the proportion of response-congruent trials (i.e., trials allowing for the correct naming response to be derived from both the distractor and the target). A number of recent studies have questioned the idea that lexical selection during speech production is a competitive process. Although carefully collected, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Irrespective of whether participants were instructed to attend to the categories (Experiment 1) or whether no mention was made of the categories (Experiments 2 and 3), naming latencies reliably increased when the repeating category sequence was switched to a random sequence. The mixture UVSD model closely predicted the empirical mixed slopes from both experiments. This error is addressed in the correction. Perfect, Jackie Andrade and Irene Eagan (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2011[Jul], Vol 37[4], 1008-1013). With visual distractors, no semantic effect was obtained with a low proportion of response-congruent trials (Experiment 3), whereas a semantic facilitation effect was obtained with a high proportion of response-congruent trials (Experiment 4). Recently, E. J. Wisniewski and G. L. Murphy suggested that C. L. Gagné and E. Shoben's measure of relation availability was confounded with familiarity and plausibility and that the participants could simply retrieve the stored meanings of the phrases because the phrases were not novel. An Alternative Perspective on von Winterfeldt et al. In their article, "Testing two theories of conceptual combination: Alignment versus diagnosticity in the comprehension and production of combined concepts," F. J. Costello and M. T. Keane (2001) evaluate the role of alignment in the interpretation of noun-noun combinations. Role of an Abstract Order Schema in Conceptual Judgment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Position Item Associations Play a Role in the Acquisition of Order Knowledge in an Implicit Serial Reaction Time Task Nicolas W. Schuck, Robert Gaschler, Aysha Keisler, and Peter A. Frensch Online First Publication, October 10, 2011. doi: 10.1037/a0025816 CITATION (2001) and New Experimental Data, Assessing the Importance of Letter Pairs in Reading - Parafoveal Processing is Not the only View: Reply to Inhoff, Radach, Eiter, and Skelly (2003), Do recognition and priming index a unitary knowledge base? We associated studied items with semantically unrelated words during the main study phase of the retrieval practice paradigm, and we tested memory with both cues used during retrieval practice (Experiment 2) and episodic associates serving as independent cues (Experiments 3a and 3b). Costello and Keane also found that feature diagnosticity better predicted their results, and they concluded that alignment does not play an important role in conceptual combination. It is concluded that homophones share a common word form and that the distinction between lemmas and word forms should be upheld. Results of Experiment 1, along with a reanalysis of previously published data, showed that relational processing produces lower CA scores than purely item-specific processing (or random recall), but an increase in relational processing produces an increase in CA scores even when the CA and IPC scores are adjusted for recall-level differences. In Experiment 2, the authors disconfirmed the hypothesis that poor comprehenders fail to maintain global coherence because they fail to activate prior text information. In 4 experiments, the authors investigated the accessibility of potential antecedents that were either referents or nonreferents of categorical anaphors using several methodologies. The authors investigated good and poor comprehenders' maintenance of global coherence during reading. "Visual priming of inverted and rotated objects": Correction to Knowlton et al. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2011 APA, all rights reserved). When speakers used more complex sentences (including prenominal color adjectives; e.g., "the blue frog is next to the blue mug") much larger interference effects were observed for the first than the second noun, suggesting that the second noun was lexically-semantically activated before speech onset on only a subset of trials. However, T. R. Jordan, S. M. Thomas, G. R. Patching, and K. C. Scott-Brown (2003; see record 2003-07955-013) used a paradigm that (a) allowed letter pairs to exert influence at any point in the reading process, (b) overcame problems with the stimulus manipulations used by Briihl and Inhoff (1995), and (c) revealed a privileged status for exterior letter pairs in reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Real-Time Processing of ASL Signs: Delayed First Language Acquisition Affects Organization of the Mental In this study we investigated the conditions under which individuals respond to this likelihood, and the reference frames in which this information is coded, using a novel, large-scale environmental search paradigm. Object images are identified more efficiently after prior exposure. Experiment 4 demonstrated a similar dissociation with images rotated 90° off the upright. 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The authors found potential evidence for violations in JCE and certainty equivalents derived from PEST. Auditory distraction did not affect correct recall, but it increased erroneous recall of visual and auditory details. Increases in category access (CA) and items recalled per category (IPC) are associated with increases in relational and item-specific processing, respectively. Participants reliably learned target likelihoods when the possible search locations were kept constant throughout the experiment and the starting location was fixed. We end by providing evidence in favor of our claim that distractor blocking occurs late and specify our blocking account in terms of verbal self-monitoring. Moreover, we re-analyzed their experiment along with another experiment that manipulated the strength of target items. It was established in 1975 as an independent section of the Journal of Experimental Psychology and covers research in experimental psychology. First, we show that Loftus's horizontal-parallelism test distinguishes between two interesting class of memory models: unidimensional models wherein the memory system's state can be specified by a single number and multidimensional models wherein at least two numbers are required to specify the memory system's state. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved). However, drawing on recent work, the author of the present article gives an alternative interpretation of Costello and Keane's results, showing that alignment is crucial in conceptual combination. Abbreviation: J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. In Experiment 3, participants were asked to serially recall temporally grouped lists of visually presented digits where the grouping structure was unpredictable, under either articulatory suppression or silent conditions. 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