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    • Autobiographical memories of anxiety-related experiences. 

      Pinna, K; Rubin, David C; Wenzel, Amy E (Behav Res Ther, 2004-03)
      Ninety-nine undergraduate students retrieved three memories associated with each of the five emotional experiences: panic, trauma, worry, social anxiety, and feeling content. Subsequently, they answered 24 questions assessing ...
    • One hundred years of forgetting: A quantitative description of retention 

      Rubin, David C; Wenzel, Amy E (Psychological Review, 1996-12-01)
      A sample of 210 published data sets were assembled that (a) plotted amount remembered versus time, (b) had 5 or more points, and (c) were smooth enough to fit at least 1 of the functions tested with a correlation coefficient ...
    • The Precise Time Course of Retention 

      Hinton, S; Rubin, David C; Wenzel, Amy E (Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition, 1999-09-01)
      Fits of retention data were examined from 5 conditions: 3 types of cued recall, an old-new recognition task, and a remember-know recognition task. In each condition, 100 participants had either 18 recall or 27 recognition ...