A mechanistic account of the mirror effect for word frequency: A computational model of remember/know judgments in a continuous recognition paradigm (2000)
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Reder, L.M., Nhouyvansivong, A., Schunn, C.D., Ayers, M.S., Angstadt, P.,
& Hiraki, K. (2000). A mechanistic account of the mirror effect for word
frequency: A computational model of remember/know judgments in a continuous
recognition paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning,
Memory, & Cognition, 26(2), 294-320.