Adam Osth
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Sources of interference in item and associative recognition memory.
AF Osth, S Dennis
Psychological Review 122 (2), 260-311, 2015
482015
Diffusion vs. linear ballistic accumulation: Different models, different conclusions about the slope of the zROC in recognition memory
AF Osth, B Bora, S Dennis, A Heathcote
Journal of Memory and Language 96, 36-61, 2017
472017
Modeling the dynamics of recognition memory testing with an integrated model of retrieval and decision making
AF Osth, A Jansson, S Dennis, A Heathcote
Cognitive psychology 104, 106-142, 2018
362018
Likelihood ratio sequential sampling models of recognition memory
AF Osth, S Dennis, A Heathcote
Cognitive Psychology 92, 101-126, 2017
232017
Likelihood-free methods for cognitive science
JJ Palestro, PB Sederberg, AF Osth, T Van Zandt, BM Turner
Springer, 2018
162018
A diffusion decision model analysis of evidence variability in the lexical decision task
G Tillman, AF Osth, D van Ravenzwaaij, A Heathcote
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24 (6), 1949-1956, 2017
112017
Stimulus type and the list strength paradigm
AF Osth, S Dennis, A Kinnell
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (9), 1826-1841, 2014
112014
Using response time distributions and race models to characterize primacy and recency effects in free recall initiation.
AF Osth, S Farrell
Psychological Review, 2019
102019
The list strength effect in source memory: Data and a global matching model
AF Osth, J Fox, M McKague, A Heathcote, S Dennis
Journal of Memory and Language 103, 91-113, 2018
92018
Associative recognition and the list strength paradigm
AF Osth, S Dennis
Memory & cognition 42 (4), 583-594, 2014
92014
Prior-List Intrusions in Serial Recall Are Positional.
AF Osth, S Dennis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2015
62015
The Fill-In Effect in Serial Recall Can Be Obscured by Omission Errors.
AF Osth, S Dennis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2015
62015
Evidence for the use of three-way binding structures in associative and source recognition
H Yim, AF Osth, VM Sloutsky, SJ Dennis
Journal of Memory and Language 100, 89-97, 2018
42018
Accounting for the build-up of proactive interference across lists in a list length paradigm reveals a dominance of item-noise in recognition memory
J Fox, S Dennis, AF Osth
Journal of Memory and Language 110, 104065, 2020
22020
Cultural problems cannot be solved with technical solutions alone
SD Lilburn, DR Little, AF Osth, PL Smith
Computational Brain & Behavior 2 (3-4), 170-175, 2019
22019
Assessing theoretical conclusions with blinded inference to investigate a potential inference crisis
JJ Starns, AM Cataldo, CM Rotello, J Annis, A Aschenbrenner, A Bröder, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 2 (4), 335-349, 2019
22019
Privacy versus open science
S Dennis, P Garrett, H Yim, J Hamm, AF Osth, V Sreekumar, B Stone
Behavior research methods 51 (4), 1839-1848, 2019
12019
A dynamic model of deciding not to choose
A Reynolds, R Garton, PD Kvam, JD Sauer, AF Osth, A Heathcote
OSF Preprints, 2019
12019
Using a global matching model to account for proactive interference build-up across lists and trials in a list length paradigm
J Fox, S Dennis, AF Osth
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
The extralist feature effect revisited: A challenge for global matching models of recognition memory
AF Osth, A Zhou, S Lilburn, DR Little
PsyArXiv, 2019
12019
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