Sarah "Uma" Tauber
Sarah "Uma" Tauber
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The influence of delaying judgments of learning on metacognitive accuracy: A meta-analytic review.
MG Rhodes, SK Tauber
Psychological bulletin 137 (1), 131, 2011
2042011
The ease-of-processing heuristic and the stability bias: Dissociating memory, memory beliefs, and memory judgments
N Kornell, MG Rhodes, AD Castel, SK Tauber
Psychological Science 22 (6), 787-794, 2011
1782011
The font-size effect on judgments of learning: Does it exemplify fluency effects or reflect people’s beliefs about memory?
ML Mueller, J Dunlosky, SK Tauber, MG Rhodes
Journal of Memory and Language 70, 1-12, 2014
1522014
Contributions of beliefs and processing fluency to the effect of relatedness on judgments of learning
ML Mueller, SK Tauber, J Dunlosky
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (2), 378-384, 2013
1272013
General knowledge norms: Updated and expanded from the Nelson and Narens (1980) norms
SK Tauber, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson, MG Rhodes, DM Sitzman
Behavior research methods 45 (4), 1115-1143, 2013
792013
When confidence is not a signal of knowing: How students’ experiences and beliefs about processing fluency can lead to miscalibrated confidence
B Finn, SK Tauber
Educational Psychology Review 27 (4), 567-586, 2015
672015
Self-regulated learning of a natural category: Do people interleave or block exemplars during study?
SK Tauber, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson, CN Wahlheim, LL Jacoby
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (2), 356-363, 2013
642013
The effect of identical word pairs on people's metamemory judgments: What are the contributions of processing fluency and beliefs about memory?
ML Mueller, J Dunlosky, SK Tauber
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (4), 781-799, 2016
622016
Recognition memory measures yield disproportionate effects of aging on learning face-name associations.
LE James, KA Fogler, SK Tauber
Psychology and aging 23 (3), 657, 2008
592008
Multiple bases for young and older adults' judgments of learning in multitrial learning.
SK Tauber, MG Rhodes
Psychology and aging 27 (2), 474, 2012
582012
Understanding People’s Metacognitive Judgments: An Isomechanism Framework and Its Implications forApplied and Theoretical Research
J Dunlosky, SK Tauber
The Sage handbook of applied memory, 444, 2013
472013
Can older adults accurately judge their learning of emotional information?
SK Tauber, J Dunlosky
Psychology and Aging 27 (4), 924, 2012
432012
Self-regulation in education
JA Greene
Routledge, 2017
402017
The contribution of processing fluency (and beliefs) to people’s judgments of learning
J Dunlosky, M Mueller, SK Tauber
Remembering: Attributions, processes, and control in human memory: Papers in …, 2014
402014
Measuring memory monitoring with judgements of retention (JORs)
SK Tauber, MG Rhodes
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (7), 1376-1396, 2012
402012
Monitoring memory in old age: Impaired, spared, and aware.
AD Castel, CD Middlebrooks, S McGillivray
Oxford University Press, 2016
352016
The concreteness effect on judgments of learning: Evaluating the contributions of fluency and beliefs
AE Witherby, SK Tauber
Memory & cognition 45 (4), 639-650, 2017
312017
Metacognitive errors contribute to the difficulty in remembering proper names
SK Tauber, MG Rhodes
Memory 18 (5), 522-532, 2010
312010
The Oxford handbook of metamemory
J Dunlosky, SUK Tauber
Oxford University Press, 2016
302016
Self-regulated learning: An overview of theory and data
N Kornell, B Finn
The Oxford handbook of metamemory, 325-340, 2016
282016
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