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Putting retrieval-induced forgetting in context: An inhibition-free, context-based account.
TR Jonker, P Seli, CM MacLeod
Psychological Review 120 (4), 852, 2013
1752013
Neural reactivation in parietal cortex enhances memory for episodically linked information
TR Jonker, H Dimsdale-Zucker, M Ritchey, A Clarke, C Ranganath
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (43), 11084-11089, 2018
742018
Enhancing SART validity by statistically controlling speed-accuracy trade-offs
P Seli, TR Jonker, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Frontiers in psychology 4, 265, 2013
702013
Can research participants comment authoritatively on the validity of their self-reports of mind wandering and task engagement?
P Seli, TR Jonker, JA Cheyne, K Cortes, D Smilek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (3), 703, 2015
672015
A methodological note on evaluating performance in a sustained-attention-to-response task
P Seli, TR Jonker, GJF Solman, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Behavior research methods 45 (2), 355-363, 2013
472013
Testing the item-order account of design effects using the production effect
TR Jonker, M Levene, CM MacLeod
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (2), 441, 2014
462014
Production improves memory equivalently following elaborative vs non-elaborative processing
ND Forrin, TR Jonker, CM MacLeod
Memory 22 (5), 470-480, 2014
402014
Retrieval-induced forgetting: Testing the competition assumption of inhibition theory
TR Jonker, CM MacLeod
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2012
372012
Towards gaze-based prediction of the intent to interact in virtual reality
B David-John, C Peacock, T Zhang, TS Murdison, H Benko, TR Jonker
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 1-7, 2021
352021
Performance reactivity in a continuous-performance task: Implications for understanding post-error behavior
TR Jonker, P Seli, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (4), 1468-1476, 2013
352013
Retrieval-induced forgetting and context
TR Jonker, P Seli, CM MacLeod
Current Directions in Psychological Science 24 (4), 273-278, 2015
332015
Less we forget: Retrieval cues and release from retrieval-induced forgetting
TR Jonker, P Seli, CM MacLeod
Memory & cognition 40 (8), 1236-1245, 2012
292012
Drawing improves memory: The importance of multimodal encoding context
JD Wammes, TR Jonker, MA Fernandes
Cognition 191, 103955, 2019
252019
Disruption of relational processing underlies poor memory for order
TR Jonker, CM MacLeod
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (3), 831, 2015
172015
Continuous decoding of cognitive load from electroencephalography reveals task-general and task-specific correlates
MJ Boring, K Ridgeway, M Shvartsman, TR Jonker
Journal of Neural Engineering 17 (5), 056016, 2020
122020
Drawing enhances item information but undermines sequence information in memory
TR Jonker, JD Wammes, CM MacLeod
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (4), 689, 2019
72019
False Positives vs. False Negatives: The Effects of Recovery Time and Cognitive Costs on Input Error Preference
B Lafreniere, TR Jonker, S Santosa, M Parent, M Glueck, T Grossman, ...
62021
Gaze Signatures Decode the Onset of Working Memory Encoding
CE Peacock, B David-John, T Zhang, TS Murdison, MJ Boring, H Benko, ...
CHI ‘21 workshop, “Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive State”., 2021
62021
Predicting visual attention using the hidden structure in eye-gaze dynamics
G Lenglal, K Carlberg, M Samad, T Jonker
CHI ‘21 workshop, “Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive State”, 2021
42021
Hybrid methodology: Combining ethnography, cognitive science, and machine learning to inform the development of context‐aware personal computing and assistive technology
M Cury, E Whitworth, S Barfort, S Bochereau, J Browder, TR Jonker, ...
Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference Proceedings 2019 (1), 254-281, 2019
42019
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