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List of co-cited articles
706 articles co-cited >1



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A temporal ratio model of memory.
Gordon D A Brown, Ian Neath, Nick Chater. Psychol Rev 2007
388
40

A context maintenance and retrieval model of organizational processes in free recall.
Sean M Polyn, Kenneth A Norman, Michael J Kahana. Psychol Rev 2009
293
39


The demise of short-term memory revisited: empirical and computational investigations of recency effects.
Eddy J Davelaar, Yonatan Goshen-Gottstein, Amir Ashkenazi, Henk J Haarmann, Marius Usher. Psychol Rev 2005
205
36

Oscillator-based memory for serial order.
G D Brown, T Preece, C Hulme. Psychol Rev 2000
387
31



A context-based theory of recency and contiguity in free recall.
Per B Sederberg, Marc W Howard, Michael J Kahana. Psychol Rev 2008
172
29

Contextual variability and serial position effects in free recall.
M W Howard, M J Kahana. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 1999
238
29


An endogenous distributed model of ordering in serial recall.
Simon Farrell, Stephan Lewandowsky. Psychon Bull Rev 2002
207
24

A recency-based account of the primacy effect in free recall.
L Tan, G Ward. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2000
130
23



Positional and temporal clustering in serial order memory.
Alec Solway, Bennet B Murdock, Michael J Kahana. Mem Cognit 2012
39
43

A buffer model of memory encoding and temporal correlations in retrieval.
Melissa Lehman, Kenneth J Malmberg. Psychol Rev 2013
61
27



Serial position curves in free recall.
Donald Laming. Psychol Rev 2010
28
53

Expanding the scope of memory search: Modeling intralist and interlist effects in free recall.
Lynn J Lohnas, Sean M Polyn, Michael J Kahana. Psychol Rev 2015
53
28



Short-term memory for serial order: a recurrent neural network model.
Matthew M Botvinick, David C Plaut. Psychol Rev 2006
165
13

Predicting free recalls.
Donald Laming. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2006
40
32

A comparative analysis of serial and free recall.
Krystal A Klein, Kelly M Addis, Michael J Kahana. Mem Cognit 2005
61
21


A feature model of immediate memory.
J S Nairne. Mem Cognit 1990
400
13


Time constraints and resource sharing in adults' working memory spans.
Pierre Barrouillet, Sophie Bernardin, Valerie Camos. J Exp Psychol Gen 2004
397
13

Compound cuing in free recall.
Lynn J Lohnas, Michael J Kahana. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2014
26
50


A temporal distinctiveness theory of recency and modality effects.
A M Glenberg, N G Swanson. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 1986
186
12


Modeling working memory: an interference model of complex span.
Klaus Oberauer, Stephan Lewandowsky, Simon Farrell, Christopher Jarrold, Martin Greaves. Psychon Bull Rev 2012
165
12

The role of rehearsal on the output order of immediate free recall of short and long lists.
Rachel Grenfell-Essam, Geoff Ward, Lydia Tan. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2013
20
60

Rehearsal in immediate serial recall.
Lydia Tan, Geoff Ward. Psychon Bull Rev 2008
54
20





Effects of adult aging on utilization of temporal and semantic associations during free and serial recall.
Julie D Golomb, Jonathan E Peelle, Kelly M Addis, Michael J Kahana, Arthur Wingfield. Mem Cognit 2008
54
18

The control of short-term memory.
R C Atkinson, R M Shiffrin. Sci Am 1971
329
10

PRIMARY MEMORY.
N C WAUGH, D A NORMAN. Psychol Rev 1965
551
10

The temporal contiguity effect predicts episodic memory performance.
Per B Sederberg, Jonathan F Miller, Marc W Howard, Michael J Kahana. Mem Cognit 2010
61
16

Time does not cause forgetting in short-term serial recall.
Stephan Lewandowsky, Matthew Duncan, Gordon D A Brown. Psychon Bull Rev 2004
95
10

Is memory search governed by universal principles or idiosyncratic strategies?
M Karl Healey, Michael J Kahana. J Exp Psychol Gen 2014
33
30



Using overt rehearsals to explain word frequency effects in free recall.
Geoff Ward, Graham Woodward, Anna Stevens, Clare Stinson. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2003
41
21



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.