Tyson Kerr
Tyson Kerr
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The role of interest in memory for trivia questions: An investigation with a large-scale database.
GM Fastrich, T Kerr, AD Castel, K Murayama
Motivation science 4 (3), 227, 2018
392018
Selectively distracted: Divided attention and memory for important information
CD Middlebrooks, T Kerr, AD Castel
Psychological science 28 (8), 1103-1115, 2017
362017
When enough is not enough: Information overload and metacognitive decisions to stop studying information.
K Murayama, AB Blake, T Kerr, AD Castel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (6), 914, 2016
362016
The critical importance of retrieval—and spacing—for learning
NC Soderstrom, TK Kerr, RA Bjork
Psychological Science 27 (2), 223-230, 2016
332016
I owe you: Age-related similarities and differences in associative memory for gains and losses
AD Castel, MC Friedman, S McGillivray, CC Flores, K Murayama, T Kerr, ...
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 23 (5), 549-565, 2016
272016
Metacognition and proofreading: the roles of aging, motivation, and interest
MB Hargis, CL Yue, T Kerr, K Ikeda, K Murayama, AD Castel
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 24 (2), 216-226, 2017
112017
" Selectively distracted: Divided attention and memory for important information": Corrigendum.
CD Middlebrooks, T Kerr, AD Castel
Sage Publications, 2020
2020
Selectively Distracted: Divided Attention and Memory for Important Information (vol 28, 1103, 2017)
CD Middlebrooks, T Kerr, AD Castel
PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 31 (7), 902-904, 2020
2020
Effects of value on rule-based and information-integration category learning across the lifespan
VX Yan, SM Noh, T Kerr, AD Castel, WT Maddox
Optimizing Schedules for Category Learning: When Should We Block or Interleave Category Exemplars?
SM Noh, VX Yan, TK Kerr, RA Bjork, WT Maddox
Value Attenuates Age-Related Deficits in Rule-Based Category Learning
SM Noh, VX Yan, T Kerr, AD Castel, WT Maddox
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