Maddox, G.B. (2016). Understanding the Underlying Mechanism of the Spacing Effect in Verbal Learning: A Case for Encoding Variability and Study Phase Retrieval.  Journal of Cognitive Psychology.  

Maddox, G.B., & Balota, D.A. (2015).  The efficiency of retrieval practice as a function of spacing in young and older adultsMemory & Cognition, 45, 760-774.

Wahlheim, C.N., Maddox, G.B., & Jacoby, L.L. (2014). The roles of controlled and automatic reminding in producing the benefit of spaced repetitions in memory performanceJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 40, 94-105.

Bui, D.C., Maddox, G.B., Zou, F., & Hale, S.S. (2014).  Recursive reminding in the lag effect across deep and shallow levels of processing.  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 2134-2148.

Naveh-Benjamin, M., Kilb, A., Maddox, G.B., Thomas, J., Fine, H., Chen, T., & Cowan, N.  (2014).  Older adults don’t notice their names:  A new twist on a classic attention task.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 40, 1540-1550.

Bui, D.C., Maddox, G.B., & Balota, D.A. (2013). The roles of working memory and intervening task difficulty in determining the benefits of repetitionPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 341-347.

Maddox, G.B., & Balota, D.A. (2012). Self control of when and how much to test face-name pairs in a novel spaced retrieval paradigm: An examination of age-related differencesAging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 19, 620-643.

Maddox, G.B., Naveh-Benjamin, M., Old, S., & Kilb, A. (2012). The role of attention in the associative binding of emotionally arousing wordsPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 1128-1134.

Naveh-Benjamin, M., Maddox, G.B, Jones, P, Old, S, & Kilb, A. (2012). The effects of emotional valence and gender on the associative memory deficit of older adultsMemory & Cognition, 40, 551-566.

Maddox, G.B. , Balota, D.A., Coane, J.H., & Duchek, J.M. (2011). The role of age-related differences in forgetting rates in producing a benefit of expanded over equal spaced retrievalPsychology and Aging, 26, 661-670.

 

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