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True and false recognition in MINERVA 2: Extension to sentences and metaphors
Arndt and Hirshman (1998) used MINERVA 2 to simulate true and false recognition in DRM-style lists and found that the mode...
Beware influential findings that have not been replicated
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The interplay between syntactic and non-syntactic structure in language production
Speakers frequently reuse earlier encountered structures. A long-standing view in language production research is that thi...
Interference between non-native languages during trilingual language production
Most research on multilingual language control has focused on a bilingual’s first (L1) and second (L2) languages. Studies ...
Examining semantic parafoveal-on-foveal effects using a Stroop boundary paradigm
The issue of whether lexical processing occurs serially or in parallel has been a central and contentious issue in respect...
The episodic encoding of talker voice attributes across diverse voices
Volume 128, February 2023, 104376Highlights•Across a swath of talkers and listeners the same-voice benefit is extremely ro...
Recognition-memory models and ranking tasks: The importance of auxiliary assumptions for tests of the two-high-threshold model
Volume 127, December 2022, 104356Highlights•It has been argued that recognition rankings falsify two-high-threshold theory...
The semantic relatedness effect in serial recall: Deconfounding encoding and recall order
Volume 127, December 2022, 104377Highlights•Semantic knowledge strongly influences working memory performance.•Semantic re...
Speakers use more redundant references with language learners: Evidence for communicatively-efficient referential choice
According to the communicative efficiency hypothesis, speakers should produce more linguistic material when comprehension ...
Implicit learning of structure across time: A longitudinal investigation of syntactic priming in young English-acquiring children
Volume 127, December 2022, 104374Highlights•We present the first longitudinal study of syntactic priming.•We observed diff...
Agents’ goals affect construal of event endpoints
Theories of event cognition have hypothesized that the boundaries of events are characterized by change, including a chang...
Number attraction in verb and anaphor production
Volume 127, December 2022, 104370Highlights•We compared effects of linguistic dependency and task on attraction in product...
What can size tell us about abstract conceptual processing?
Volume 127, December 2022, 104369Highlights•Semantic size of abstract concepts is metaphorically associated with physical ...
Orthographic priming from unrelated primes: Heterogeneous feedforward inhibition predicted by associative learning
Volume 127, December 2022, 104372Highlights•Associatively learned weights between letters and words vary in strength.•Lear...
Where is mirror invariance? Masked priming effects by mirrored and rotated transformations of reversible and nonreversible letters
Volume 127, December 2022, 104375Highlights•Reversible letters include mirror images (d - b) and plane rotations (d - p).•...
Color interpretation is guided by informativity expectations, not by world knowledge about colors
Volume 127, December 2022, 104371Highlights•We tested a typicality vs informativity bias in the comprehension of color mod...
Still no evidence for audience design in syntax: Resumptive pronouns are not the exception
Volume 127, December 2022, 104368Highlights•Prior work: Speakers do not choose syntactic structures for interlocutors’ ben...
Forgetting distractors in working memory: Removal or decay?
Volume 127, December 2022, 104367Highlights•Evidence of distractor forgetting in working memory changes with testing forma...
Autobiographical memory specificity and mnemonic discrimination
Volume 127, December 2022, 104366Highlights•Does pattern separation correlate with autobiographical memory specificity?•We...
Does grammatical gender affect object concepts? Registered replication of Phillips and Boroditsky (2003)
Volume 127, December 2022, 104357Highlights•Phillips & Boroditsky (2003) found effects of grammatical gender on object...
The effect of animacy on structural Priming: A replication of Bock, Loebell and Morey (1992)
Volume 127, December 2022, 104354Highlights•A well-powered replication study of Bock, Loebell and Morey (1992).•We found a...
Language concatenates perceptual features into representations during comprehension
Volume 127, December 2022, 104355Highlights•We observe evidence for disjunctive perceptual representations when participan...
Boundedness in event cognition: Viewers spontaneously represent the temporal texture of events
Volume 127, December 2022, 104353Highlights•We report that people spontaneously track boundedness during event perception....
Does high variability training improve the learning of non-native phoneme contrasts over low variability training? A replication
Volume 126, October 2022, 104352Highlights•Phonetic training can enable learners to distinguish between non-native phoneme...
Producing filler-gap dependencies: Structural priming evidence for two distinct combinatorial processes in production
Volume 126, October 2022, 104349Highlights•A model of structural priming based on Tree-Adjoining Grammar is developed.•The...
Towards a processing model for argument-verb computations in online sentence comprehension
Volume 126, October 2022, 104350Highlights•We propose a model of the processing profile of argument-verb relation computat...
Examining the roles of regularity and lexical class in 18–26-month-olds’ representations of how words sound
Volume 126, October 2022, 104337Highlights•Irregulars are prevalent in early verb input but not noun input.•Mispronunciati...
Improving Reproducibility in the Journal of Memory and Language
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Replication of Cutler, A., & Fodor, J. A. (1979). Semantic focus and sentence comprehension. Cognition, 7(1), 49–59
Volume 126, October 2022, 104339Highlights•We attempted to replicate a foundational study by Cutler and Fodor (1979).•Cutl...
Effects of divided attention at encoding on specific and gist representations in working and long-term memory
Volume 126, October 2022, 104340Highlights•Divided attention (DA) at encoding impairs associative long-term memory (LTM).•...