Rebekah E. Smith
Rebekah E. Smith
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Aging and prospective memory: the influence of increased task demands at encoding and retrieval.
GO Einstein, RE Smith, MA McDaniel, P Shaw
Psychology and aging 12 (3), 479, 1997
879*1997
The cost of remembering to remember in event-based prospective memory: investigating the capacity demands of delayed intention performance.
RE Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (3), 347, 2003
8102003
A multinomial model of event-based prospective memory.
RE Smith, UJ Bayen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (4), 756, 2004
4862004
Aging and prospective memory: The influence of increased task demands at encoding and retrieval.
GO Einstein, RE Smith, MA McDaniel, P Shaw
Psychology and aging 12 (3), 479, 1997
3241997
Presentation modality affects false memory
RE Smith, RR Hunt
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 5 (4), 710-715, 1998
3031998
The cost of event-based prospective memory: Salient target events.
RE Smith, RR Hunt, JC McVay, MD McConnell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (4), 734, 2007
2802007
Habitual prospective memory and aging: Remembering intentions and forgetting actions
GO Einstein, MA McDaniel, RE Smith, P Shaw
Psychological Science 9 (4), 284-288, 1998
1951998
The source of adult age differences in event-based prospective memory: A multinomial modeling approach.
RE Smith, UJ Bayen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (3), 623, 2006
1542006
The effects of working memory resource availability on prospective memory: A formal modeling approach
RE Smith, UJ Bayen
Experimental Psychology 52 (4), 243-256, 2005
1422005
Accessing the particular from the general: The power of distinctiveness in the context of organization
RR Hunt, RE Smith
Memory & Cognition 24 (2), 217-225, 1996
1291996
What costs do reveal and moving beyond the cost debate: Reply to Einstein and McDaniel (2010).
RE Smith
American Psychological Association 36 (4), 1089, 2010
1202010
The influence of distinctive processing on retrieval-induced forgetting
RE Smith, RR Hunt
Memory & Cognition 28 (4), 503-508, 2000
1072000
The cognitive processes underlying event-based prospective memory in school-age children and young adults: A formal model-based study.
RE Smith, UJ Bayen, C Martin
Developmental psychology 46 (1), 230, 2010
902010
The effects of distinctiveness require reinstatement of organization: The importance of intentional memory instructions
RE Smith, RR Hunt
Journal of Memory and Language 43 (3), 431-446, 2000
812000
Connecting the past and the future: Attention, memory, and delayed intentions.
RE Smith
Taylor & Francis Group/Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008
802008
Adult age differences in distinctive processing: the modality effect on false recall.
RE Smith, JP Lozito, UJ Bayen
Psychology and Aging 20 (3), 486, 2005
612005
Prospective memory in an air traffic control simulation: external aids that signal when to act.
S Loft, RE Smith, A Bhaskara
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 17 (1), 60, 2011
552011
Prospective memory after moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury: A multinomial modeling approach.
SP Pavawalla, M Schmitter-Edgecombe, RE Smith
Neuropsychology 26 (1), 91, 2012
522012
How does distinctive processing reduce false recall?
RR Hunt, RE Smith, KR Dunlap
Journal of memory and language 65 (4), 378-389, 2011
482011
Prospective memory, personality, and working memory: A formal modeling approach*.
RE Smith, D Persyn, P Butler
Zeitschrift für Psychologie/Journal of Psychology 219 (2), 108, 2011
482011
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