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Information displays: The effects of organization and category distinctiveness on user performance
The goal of this research was to test the effect of display organization on user performance under a situation representative of non-experts' interactions with an online display. Alphabetical, categorical, and random ...
The components of recollective experience: Remembering and knowing
This project was designed to examine the nature of recollective experience. Gardiner (1988) showed dissociations are obtained within an explicit memory test as a function of several independent variables when subjects ...
Reconciling the work of Ballard and Bartlett: An investigation of repeated testing
Three experiments investigated the ways memories change over repeated tests. A tradition of previous work started by Ballard (1913) revealed net improvement (or hypermnesia) over tests, while Bartlett (1932) showed intertest ...
Specificity of priming in nonverbal tests
Priming is a measure of memory where the influence of studied events is assessed indirectly by a later disguised test (e.g., the effect of studying windmill on the probability of solving the anagram lindwilm). Priming is ...
Purchase intentions for products as related to preferences for explicitness in warnings
Four experiments are presented which explore consumer preferences for more detailed, or explicit warning information and the effects of such information on anticipated purchases of products. In Experiments 1 and 2, explicit ...
An examination of consequence probability as a determinant of precautionary intent
This study examined the relationship between consequence probabilities and decisions concerning self-protective behavior. The hypothesis put forth was that the probabilities associated with many common risks are at a level ...