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. Although carefully collected, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Directed Forgetting and Directed Both of these points are discussed and rebutted. In their comment, Evans and Buehner (2011) maintained that Fiedler and Kareev's (2006) conclusion that decision quality does not always increase with the size of information sample is wrong in every respect. , No. 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. The Shanks model accounted for the data in the speed condition, whereas the dual-process model provided a better fit in the accuracy condition. Contrary to this normative intuition, which presupposes a significance-testing rationale, we point out that decisions are often insensitive to sample size. One type of information that aids efficient large-scale search is the likelihood of the object being in one location over another. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Time in Causal Structure Learning Neil R. Bramley, Tobias Gerstenberg, Ralf Mayrhofer, and David A. Lagnado The sentence should read “Experiments 2 and 3 demonstrated that although identification was sensitive to orientation, visual priming was relatively invariant with image inversion (i.e., an image visually primed its inverted counterpart approximately as much as it primed itself).” (The following abstract of the original article appeared in record 2009-09620-008 .) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Parafoveal Preprocessing in Reading Revisited: Evidence From a Novel Preview Manipulation Benjamin Gagl, Stefan Hawelka, Fabio Richlan, Sarah Schuster, and Florian Hutzler Online First Publication, September 16, 2013. doi: 10.1037/a0034408 CITATION Experiment 1 demonstrated that this dependent measure yielded an estimate of predominantly visual priming (i.e., free of name and concept priming). The author also shows that the dual-process model accounts for their results. However, these findings are not always consistent. They state that the experiments reported by Dhooge and Hartsuiker (2010) can be incorporated in WEAVER++ when assuming an early input blocking mechanism. Recently, J. J. Starns and J. L. Hicks (2005) have argued that source dimensions are retrieved independently from memory. It was established in 1975 as an independent section of the Journal of Experimental Psychology and covers research in experimental psychology. In Experiment 1, the description and action were adjacent in the text (local coherence) or were separated by intervening text (global coherence). 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. The extended generalized context model for response times (K. Lamberts, 2000) was designed to account for choice proportions and response times in perceptual categorization. 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. Data provided are for informational purposes only. These results are surprising given that most research has found advantages of alignable differences over nonalignable differences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Spatial Working Memory Is Necessary for Actions to Guide Thought Laura E. Thomas Online First Publication, May 20, 2013. doi: 10.1037/a0033089 CITATION Thomas, L. E. (2013, May 20). 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. In Experiment 2, the authors disconfirmed the hypothesis that poor comprehenders fail to maintain global coherence because they fail to activate prior text information. McCloskey's curved tube problem was used as the event. (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 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. Increases in category access (CA) and items recalled per category (IPC) are associated with increases in relational and item-specific processing, respectively. More specifically, the journal "publishes original experimental studies on basic processes of cognition, learning, memory, imagery, concept formation, problem solving, decision making, thinking, re… In all experiments, the difference in the magnitude of priming for identical or rotated–inverted priming conditions was marginal or nonexistent. Participants searched an array of locations, on the floor of a room, for a hidden target by pressing switches at each location. For the translation trials, on the other hand, the errors and latencies when a novel point was imagined were comparable to the baseline responses from their actual point and did not vary significantly across the different imagined station points. 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. P. Maguire, B. Devereux, F. Costello, and A. Cater discussed the Gagné and Shoben (1997) CARIN theory of conceptual combination and, after presenting a sample drawn from the British National Corpus and comparing the two corpora, concluded that the Gagné and Shoben corpus is too small and unrepresentative. Correction to Smith, Hood, and Gilchrist (2010). The authors reaxiomatized consequence monotonicity in a probabilistic framework and reanalyzed von Winterfeldt et al. In their innovative experiment, manipulating the retrievability of 1 source feature did not affect memory for a 2nd feature. 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. The journal is abstracted and indexed by MEDLINE/PubMed and the Social Science Citation Index. We used the actual range in the data to compute both the observed and predicted slopes, and this eliminated the apparent deviation between them. Second, our data do support our conclusion; it is Evans and Buehner's dismissal of some of our data that led them to their conclusions. Participants reliably learned target likelihoods when the possible search locations were kept constant throughout the experiment and the starting location was fixed. In Experiments 1-3, naming times to nonreferent probes were inhibited, but only at a delay and at the end of the sentence. 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 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition Variations in Cognitive Maps: Understanding Individual Differences in Navigation Steven M. Weisberg, Victor R. Schinazi, Nora S. Newcombe, Thomas F. Shipley, and Russell A. 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