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Michael McCloskey
Michael McCloskey
Professor of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Catastrophic interference in connectionist networks: The sequential learning problem
M McCloskey, NJ Cohen
Psychology of learning and motivation 24, 109-165, 1989
25961989
Naive theories of motion
M McCloskey
Mental models, 307-332, 2014
15872014
Intuitive physics
M McCloskey
Scientific american 248 (4), 122-131, 1983
14761983
Misleading postevent information and memory for events: arguments and evidence against memory impairment hypotheses.
M McCloskey, M Zaragoza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 114 (1), 1, 1985
11131985
Curvilinear motion in the absence of external forces: Naive beliefs about the motion of objects
M McCloskey, A Caramazza, B Green
Science 210 (4474), 1139-1141, 1980
10551980
Cognitive mechanisms in number processing and calculation: Evidence from dyscalculia
M McCloskey, A Caramazza, A Basili
Brain and cognition 4 (2), 171-196, 1985
9771985
Cognitive mechanisms in numerical processing: Evidence from acquired dyscalculia
M McCloskey
Cognition 44 (1-2), 107-157, 1992
9661992
Natural categories: Well defined or fuzzy sets?
ME McCloskey, S Glucksberg
Memory & Cognition 6 (4), 462-472, 1978
7201978
Naive beliefs in “sophisticated” subjects: Misconceptions about trajectories of objects
A Caramazza, M McCloskey, B Green
Cognition 9 (2), 117-123, 1981
6141981
Is there a special flashbulb-memory mechanism?
M McCloskey, CG Wible, NJ Cohen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 117 (2), 171, 1988
3961988
Intuitive physics: the straight-down belief and its origin.
M McCloskey, A Washburn, L Felch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 9 (4), 636, 1983
3431983
Decision processes in verifying category membership statements: Implications for models of semantic memory
M McCloskey, S Glucksberg
Cognitive Psychology 11 (1), 1-37, 1979
3321979
Cognitive representations and processes in arithmetic: inferences from the performance of brain-damaged subjects.
SM Sokol, M McCloskey, NJ Cohen, D Aliminosa
Journal of Experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and Cognition 17 (3), 355, 1991
3141991
Naive physics: the curvilinear impetus principle and its role in interactions with moving objects.
M McCloskey, D Kohl
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 9 (1), 146, 1983
3121983
Cognitive processes in verbal-number production: inferences from the performance of brain-damaged subjects.
M McCloskey, SM Sokol, RA Goodman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 115 (4), 307, 1986
3111986
The case for single-patient studies
A Caramazza, M McCloskey
Cognitive Neuropsychology 5 (5), 517-527, 1988
3101988
Networks and theories: The place of connectionism in cognitive science
M McCloskey
Psychological science 2 (6), 387-395, 1991
2821991
Representing and using numerical information.
M McCloskey, P Macaruso
American Psychologist 50 (5), 351, 1995
2711995
Eyewitness identification: What can a psychologist tell a jury?
M McCloskey, HE Egeth
American Psychologist 38 (5), 550, 1983
2651983
Decisions about ignorance: Knowing that you don't know.
S Glucksberg, M McCloskey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 7 (5), 311, 1981
2291981
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