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Story recall in mentally retarded children
(Psychological Reports, 1983)
First-order approximation to English, second-order approximation to English, and orthographic neighbor ratio norms for 925 nouns
(Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation, 1981-11-01)
First- and second-order approximations to English and orthographic neighbor ratio values are provided for Paivio, Yuille, and Madigan's (1968) 925 nouns. First- and second-order approximations to English are information ...
Recall of semantic domains.
(Memory & cognition, 1980-07)
The order of recall of lists of words learned incidentally was analyzed by multidimensional scaling similarity matrices based on the number of times words were retrieved next to each other. For the semantic domains of mammals, ...
Adaptation-level theory and the free recall of mixed-frequency lists
(Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1982-01-01)
Subjects learned a list containing both high-frequency (common) and low-frequency (rare) words after learning five lists of either high-or low-frequency words. As predicted by adaptation-level theory, preexposure to lists ...
Memory for prose in Korsakoff and schizophrenic populations.
(The International journal of neuroscience, 1981-01)
Twelve alcoholic Korsakoff patients, their 12 alcoholic controls, and 27 institutionalized schizophrenics and their 19 controls, recalled two stories. The clinical populations recalled approximately half as much as their ...
Clustering by alcoholic Korsakoff patients.
Twelve alcoholic Korsakoff patients and 12 alcoholic controls recalled two clusterable lists, and two nonclusterable lists. Korsakoff patients recalled more from the clusterable than the nonclusterable lists. Detailed analysis ...
MEMORABILITY AS AN INDICATOR OF PROCESSING
(BULLETIN OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY, 1982-01-01)
51 properties of 125 words: A unit analysis of verbal behavior
(Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1980-01-01)
Values for 125 words were obtained for 51 scales including measures of orthography, pronunciation, imagery, categorizability, association, number of attributes, age-of-acquisition, word frequency, goodness, emotionality, ...
A depth aftereffect caused by viewing a rotating Ames window.
After a rotating Ames window has been viewed, a normal test window held diagonal to the subject's line of sight appears to be distorted, having a larger back than front. The effect does not occur if a normal window is rotated ...
Norms for 34 properties of 125 words
(JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 1981)