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  • Retrieval processes in social identification 

    Griffiths, Alexander Ivor (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-23) - Thesis
    The utility of selective retrieval processes in our everyday lives is evident across the varied contexts we are subjected to as human beings. Memory is characterised by an unlimited storage capacity, but limited retrieval ...
  • Some memories are odder than others : Judgments of episodic oddity violate known decision rules 

    O'Connor, Akira Robert; Guhl, Emily; Cox, Justin; Dobbins, Ian (2011-05) - Journal article
    Current decision models of recognition memory are based almost entirely on one paradigm, single item old/new judgments accompanied by confidence ratings. This task results in receiver operating characteristics (ROCs) that ...