Tag Archives: recollection

Prospective metacognitive judgments: Memory experiment

968839-36191ff8-b804-11e4-b41b-d516c533d6a5One more psychology experiment that you can participate in if you are willing! This one is a little different though – it’s about metacognitive judgments that you can make while studying information and how accurate these are at predicting your later memory performance.

Full details are provided on the first page of the study.
Click here to access: MEMORY EXPERIMENT

Many thanks if you are willing to take part.

Recognition decisions: Memory experiment

stick-man-thinking-clipart-panda-free-clipart-images-3rfdat-clipartI have another psychology experiment that you can participate in if you are willing. It is about the memory processes underlying recognition decisions and will involve you taking a memory test and another quick cognitive task.

Full details are provided on the first page of the study, click here to access: MEMORY EXPERIMENT

Many thanks if you are willing to take part 🙂

New Memory Experiment Online

I’ve got another new memory experiment ready to collect data online using Qualtrics. Unsurprisingly, given my research interests, this experiment tests your memory for a list of words and asks you to make various judgments about your recognition experiences! The experiment will take 20-25 minutes to complete. Full instructions are given on the first page. Click on the link to go to the experiment: CRST-RK Memory Experiment.

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Know versus Familiar: Differentiating states of awareness in others’ subjective reports of recognition

A wordle of the manuscript from www.wordle.net

A wordle of the manuscript from http://www.wordle.net

The follow-up to my C&C paper has just been accepted for publication in Memory 🙂 I’ll post the link to the in press version of it when it’s online. For now, here’s the abstract:  Continue reading

Online memory experiment #1 is ready for YOU to participate

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Over the last few months I’ve been learning to use Qualtrics online software for carrying out memory experiments and the first one is finally ready to for YOU to participate! Yes, I mean YOU, you reading this right now!

In the experiment you’ll study some words and then your memory will be tested for those words. Not too difficult, eh?

It should only take 20-25 minutes to complete. All instructions and consent information are provided on the front page.

Please click on this link to go to the experiment: Memory Experiment

Many thanks in advance!

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