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THEORY OF BEHAVIORAL POWER FUNCTIONS
(PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW, 1978)
TEMPORAL CONTROL ON PERIODIC SCHEDULES - FINE-STRUCTURE
(BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY, 1975)
Temporal effects of reinforcement: A negative “frustration” effect
(Learning and Motivation, 1970)
On measuring fuzziness: a comment on "A fuzzy set approach to modifiers and vagueness in natural language".
(Journal of experimental psychology. General, 1979-12)
Hersh and Caramazza's application of fuzzy set theory to vagueness in natural language is criticized for including in their measures of fuzziness response variability due to experimental and statistical procedures.
A unit analysis of prose memory
(Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1978-01-01)
Four stories were divided into function word units. These units were assigned dependent variable values determined by the scoring of subjects' recalls and independent variable values determined by measures of gist, imagery, ...
Very long-term memory for prose and verse
(Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1977-01-01)
Recalls from five passages learned by undergraduates in the course of growing up in America were obtained. Unlike passages learned in the laboratory, the recalls, while partial, were exact with no evidence of constructive ...
A simple design for an impossible triangle.
Estimating chance reproducibility in Guttman Scaling
(Social Science Research, 1977-01-01)
A definition of reproducibility in Guttman Scaling and two chance measures of reproducibility are suggested. The first measure assumes that the items are independent. The second method assumes nonindependent items and fits ...
Word⇔initial and word⇔final ngram frequencies
(Journal of Literacy Research, 1978-01-01)
Every word-initial and word-final letter cluster, or ngram, that occurred in 30 or more different words in one million words of running text is listed along with the number of different words and the total number of words ...
Leading questions and the eyewitness report of a live and a described incident
(Psychological Reports, 1977)