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Academic Press Inc. United States
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Journal of Memory and Language focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: working, individualdifferences, hybrid, grammar, gesture, generalization, garlic, formal, filler, knowledge, ...

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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working, individualdifferences, hybrid, grammar, gesture, generalization, garlic, formal, filler, knowledge, language, memorythree, memory, manual, makes, load, lists, limits, learning, fast, false, event, perceptuomotor, approachthe, artificial, associates, attention, benefits, capacity, category, close, components, comprehension, comprehensioncognitive, context, contributions, drm, effectsa, encodingc, NA

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A neuropsychological argument for a processing view of memory

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Age of acquisition effects in translation judgement tasks

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An Integrated Theory of List Memory

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Are encoding/retrieval interactions in recall driven by remembering, knowing, or both?

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Attention to item-specific processing eliminates age effects in false memories

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Beneficial effects of selective item repetition on the recall of other items

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Bilingual lexical activation in sentence context

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Building complex reference objects from dual sets

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Causal inferences during the reading of expository texts

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Close, but no garlic: Perceptuomotor and event knowledge activation during language comprehension

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Conceptual structure modulates structural priming in the production of complex sentences

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Conflicting cues and competition in subject-verb agreement

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Conjunctions and the recall of composite sentences

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Context sensitivity in the spelling of English vowels

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Contextual variability in free recall

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Corrigendum to "The time-course of prediction in incremental sentence processing: Evidence from anticipatory eye movements" [Journal of Memory and Language 49 (2003) 133-156]

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Creating false memories with hybrid lists of semantic and phonological associates: Over-additive false memories produced by converging associative networks

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Decoupling semantic and associative information in false memories: Explorations with semantically ambiguous and unambiguous critical lures

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Do writing and speaking employ the same syntactic representations?

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Dominance affects determiner selection in language production

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Early Referential Context Effects in Sentence Processing: Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials

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Effect of discourse context and modifier relation frequency on conceptual combination

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Encoding strategy changes and spacing effects in the free recall of unmixed lists

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Erroneous memories arising from repeated attempts to remember

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