Geoff Ward
Geoff Ward
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A recency-based account of the primacy effect in free recall.
L Tan, G Ward
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (6), 1589, 2000
3042000
Planning and problem solving using the five disc Tower of London task
G Ward, A Allport
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 50 (1), 49-78, 1997
2191997
What's in a name? Access to information from people's names
T Valentine, S Bredart, R Lawson, G Ward
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 3 (1), 147-176, 1991
1191991
The cognitive psychology of planning
R Morris, G Ward
Psychology Press, 2004
1102004
Examining the relationship between free recall and immediate serial recall: The effects of list length and output order.
G Ward, L Tan, R Grenfell-Essam
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (5), 1207, 2010
942010
Serial position curves in short‐term memory: Functional equivalence across modalities
G Ward, SE Avons, L Melling
Memory 13 (3-4), 308-317, 2005
832005
A recency-based account of the list length effect in free recall
G Ward
Memory & Cognition 30 (6), 885-892, 2002
822002
Using overt rehearsals to explain word frequency effects in free recall.
G Ward, G Woodward, A Stevens, C Stinson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (2), 186, 2003
782003
Rehearsal in immediate serial recall
L Tan, G Ward
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (3), 535-542, 2008
742008
Examining the relationship between free recall and immediate serial recall: The serial nature of recall and the effect of test expectancy
P Bhatarah, G Ward, L Tan
Memory & Cognition 36 (1), 20-34, 2008
702008
Introduction to the psychology of planning
G Ward, R Morris
The cognitive psychology of planning, 11-13, 2004
692004
Examining the relationship between free recall and immediate serial recall: Similar patterns of rehearsal and similar effects of word length, presentation rate, and …
P Bhatarah, G Ward, J Smith, L Hayes
Memory & Cognition 37 (5), 689-713, 2009
662009
When unfamiliarity matters: Changing environmental context between study and test affects recognition memory for unfamiliar stimuli.
R Russo, G Ward, H Geurts, A Scheres
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 25 (2), 488, 1999
571999
Examining the relationship between free recall and immediate serial recall: The role of list length, strategy use, and test expectancy
R Grenfell-Essam, G Ward
Journal of Memory and Language 67 (1), 106-148, 2012
552012
The effect of the length of to-be-remembered lists and intervening lists on free recall: a reexamination using overt rehearsal.
G Ward, L Tan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (6), 1196, 2004
552004
Task-switching costs, Stroop-costs, and executive control: A correlational study
G Ward, MJ Roberts, LH Phillips
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 54 (2), 491-511, 2001
502001
Security and privacy implications of pervasive memory augmentation
N Davies, A Friday, S Clinch, C Sas, M Langheinrich, G Ward, A Schmidt
IEEE Pervasive Computing 14 (1), 44-53, 2015
482015
Benchmarks for models of short-term and working memory.
K Oberauer, S Lewandowsky, E Awh, GDA Brown, A Conway, N Cowan, ...
Psychological Bulletin 144 (9), 885, 2018
442018
Remembering through lifelogging: A survey of human memory augmentation
M Harvey, M Langheinrich, G Ward
Pervasive and Mobile Computing 27, 14-26, 2016
422016
Time scale similarity and long-term memory for autobiographical events
BJ Moreton, G Ward
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (4), 510-515, 2010
422010
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