Amy H. Criss
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On the interpretation of removable interactions: A survey of the field 33 years after Loftus
EJ Wagenmakers, AM Krypotos, AH Criss, G Iverson
Memory & cognition 40 (2), 145-160, 2012
A Distributed Representation of Internal Time.
MW Howard, KH Shankar, WR Aue, AH Criss
Psychological review, 2014
Output interference in recognition memory
AH Criss, KJ Malmberg, RM Shiffrin
Journal of Memory and Language 64 (4), 316-326, 2011
Context noise and item noise jointly determine recognition memory: a comment on Dennis and Humphreys (2001).
AH Criss, RM Shiffrin
American Psychological Association 111 (3), 800, 2004
The consequences of differentiation in episodic memory: Similarity and the strength based mirror effect
AH Criss
Journal of Memory and Language 55 (4), 461-478, 2006
Robust modeling in cognitive science
M Lee, AH Criss, B Devezer, C Donkin, A Etz, F Leite, D Matzke, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
Differentiation and response bias in episodic memory: Evidence from reaction time distributions.
AH Criss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2), 484, 2010
Differentiating the differentiation models: A comparison of the retrieving effectively from memory model (REM) and the subjective likelihood model (SLiM)
AH Criss, JL McClelland
Journal of Memory and Language 55 (4), 447-460, 2006
Putting context in context
KA Klein, RM Shiffrin, AH Criss
The foundations of remembering: Essays in honor of Henry L. Roediger, III …, 2007
The distribution of subjective memory strength: List strength and response bias
AH Criss
Cognitive psychology 59 (4), 297-319, 2009
The effects of word frequency and context variability in cued recall
AH Criss, WR Aue, L Smith
Journal of Memory and Language 64 (2), 119-132, 2011
Pairs do not suffer interference from other types of pairs or single items in associative recognition
AH Criss, RM Shiffrin
Memory & cognition 32 (8), 1284-1297, 2004
Overcoming the Negative Consequences of Interference From Recognition Memory Testing
KJ Malmberg, AH Criss, TH Gangwani, RM Shiffrin
Psychological Science 23 (2), 115-119, 2012
Models that allow us to perceive the world more accurately also allow us to remember past events more accurately via differentiation
A Kılıç, AH Criss, KJ Malmberg, RM Shiffrin
Cognitive Psychology 92, 65-86, 2017
Interactions Between Study Task, Study Time, and the Low-Frequency Hit Rate Advantage in Recognition Memory.
AH Criss, RM Shiffrin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (4), 778, 2004
Evidence in favor of the early-phase elevated-attention hypothesis: The effects of letter frequency and object frequency
AH Criss, KJ Malmberg
Journal of Memory and Language 59 (3), 331-345, 2008
List discrimination in associative recognition and implications for representation.
AH Criss, RM Shiffrin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (6), 1199, 2005
Information and processes underlying semantic and episodic memory across tasks, items, and individuals.
GE Cox, P Hemmer, WR Aue, AH Criss
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (4), 545, 2018
A differentiation account of recognition memory: evidence from fMRI
AH Criss, ME Wheeler, JL McClelland
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (3), 421-435, 2013
Similarity leads to correlated processing: A dynamic model of encoding and recognition of episodic associations.
GE Cox, AH Criss
Psychological Review 127 (5), 792, 2020
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