## ReprintsReprints of some articles on memory and cognition.A stochastic model for rote serial learning. Psychometrika, 1957, 22, 87-95.An analysis of two-person game situations in terms of statistical learning theory. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1958, 55, 369-378 (with P. Suppes).Applications of a Markov model to two-person non-cooperative games. In Studies in Mathematical Learning Theory, edited by R. R. Bush and W. K. Estes, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1959. Discrimination learning with probabilistic reinforcement schedules. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1959, 57, 349-350 (with W. Bogartz and R. Turner). The observing response in discrimination learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1961, 62, 253-262.Stimulus sampling theory. In Handbook of Mathematical Psychology (Vol. 2), edited by R. D. Luce, R. R. Bush, and E. Galanter, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1963 (with W. K. Estes).A variable sensitivity theory of signal detection. Psychological Review, 1963, 70, 91-106.A comparison of paired-associate learning models having different acquisition and retention axioms. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1964, 1, 285-315 (with E. J. Crothers).A learning model for forced-choice detection experiments. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 1965, 18, 184-206 (with R. A. Kinchla).Paired-associate models and the effects of list length. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1965, 2, 254-265 (with R. C. Calfee).Effects of list length on short-term memory. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1967, 6, 303-311 (with J. L. Phillips and R. M. Shiffrin). Multi-process models for memory with applications to a continuous presentation task. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1967, 4, 277-300 (with J. W. Brelsford, Jr. and R. M. Shiffrin).An optimal strategy for the presentation of paired-associate items. Behavioral Science, 1967, 12, 1-13 (with R. E. Dear, H. F. Silverman, and D. P. Estavan).Signal recognition as influenced by presentation schedules. Perception and Psychophysics, 1967, 2, 349-358 (with T. A. Tanner, Jr. and R. W. Haller).Human memory: A proposed system and its control processes. In The Psychology of Learning and Motivation: Advances in Research and Theory (Vol. 2), edited by K. W. Spence and J. T. Spence, New York: Academic Press, 1968 (with R. M. Shiffrin). Computerized instruction and the learning process. American Psychologist, 1968, 23, 225-239. Multiple reinforcement effects in short-term memory. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 1968, 21, 1-19 (with J. W. Brelsford, Jr. and R. M. Shiffrin). Computer-assisted instruction. Science, 1968, 162, 73-77 (with H. A. Wilson). Recognition versus recall: Storage or retrieval differences? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1969, 21, 214-224 (with R. D. Freund and J. W. Brelsford, Jr.).Storage and retrieval processes in long-term memory. Psychological Review, 1969, 76, 179-193 (with R. Shiffrin).Applications of multiprocess models for memory to continuous recognition tasks. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1969, 6, 576-594 (with R. D. Freund and G. R. Loftus). Signal recognition as influenced by information feedback. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1970, 7, 259-274 (with T. A. Tanner, Jr. and J. A. Rauk). Human memory and the concept of reinforcement. In The Nature of Reinforcement, edited by R. Glazer, New York: Academic Press, 1971 (with T. D. Wickens). The control of short-term memory. Scientific American, 1971, 224, 82-90 (with R. M. Shiffrin). Optimizing the learning of a second-language vocabulary. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1972, 96, 124-129. Marihuana and retrieval from short-term memory. Psychopharmacologia, 1973, 29, 231-238 (with C. F. Darley, J. R. Tinklenberg, and L. E. Hollister). Influence of marihuana on storage and retrieval processes in memory. Memory and Cognition, 1973, 1, 196-200 (with C. F. Darley, J. R. Tinklenberg, W. T. Roth, and L. E. Hollister). Effects of short-term memory contents on short- and long-term memory searches. Memory and Cognition, 1973, 1, 443-448 (with R. C. Mohs and K. T. Wescourt). Search and decision processes in recognition memory. In Contemporary Developments in Mathematical Psychology: Volume I, Learning, memory, and thinking, edited by D. H. Krantz, R. C. Atkinson, R. D. Luce, and P. Suppes, San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Company, 1974 (with J. F. Juola).Search Processes in Recognition Memory. In Theories in Cognitive Psychology: The Loyola Symposium, edited by R.L. Solso, Potomac, Md: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1974.The nature of storage deficits and state-dependent retrieval under marihuana. Psychopharmacologia, 1974, 37, 139-149 (with C. F. Darley, J. R. Tinklenberg, and W. T. Roth). Mnenotechnics in second-language learning. American Psychologist, 1975, 30, 821-828. An application of the mnemonic keyword method to the acquisition of a Russian vocabulary. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 1975, 104, 126-133 (with M. R. Raugh). Search processes for associative structures in long-term memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1975, 104, 103-121 (with R. C. Mohs and K. T. Wescourt). Fact retrieval processes in human memory. In Handbook of Learning and Cognitive Processes (Vol. 4), edited by W. K. Estes, Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum Associates, 1976 (with K. T. Wescourt). Verification of algebra step problems: A chronometric study of human problem solving. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1976, 13, 214-240 (with P. G. Matthews). Individual differences and interrelationships among a select set of cognitive skills. Memory and Cognition, 1976, 4, 661-672 (with A. Chiang). The computer as a tutorial laboratory: The Stanford BIP Project. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1976, 8, 567-596 (with A. Barr and M. H. Beard). Teaching a large Russian language vocabulary by the mnemonic keyword method. Instructional Science, 1977, 6, 199-221 (with M. R. Raugh and R. D. Schubach). Foreword to On Human Memory: Evolution, Progress, and Reflections on the 30th Anniversary of the Atkinson-Shiffrin Model, edited by Chizuko Izawa, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999. Reflections on a Century of College Admissions Tests. Educational Researcher, 2009, Vol. 38, No. 9 (with Saul Geiser). Human Memory: A Proposed System and Its Control Processes. In Scientists Making a Difference, edited by R. J. Sternberg, S. T. Fiske and D. J. Foss. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2016.The Mind’s Theorist. Revista Colombiana de Psicología, 2018, 27, 133-139. 50 years of research sparked by Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968). Memory & Cognition, edited by K.J. Malmberg, J.G.W Raaijmakers, & R. M. Shiffrin, 2019, Vol. 47 , No. 4, 561-574.Two case studies of very long-term retention. Psychonomic Bulletin Review, 2021 (with A. M. Maxcey, R. M. Shiffrin, D. Cousineau). |