Roger Ratcliff

Affiliations: 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Memory, perception, decision processes, reaction time
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Chwiesko C, Janecek J, Doering S, et al. (2023) Parsing memory and nonmemory contributions to age-related declines in mnemonic discrimination performance: a hierarchical Bayesian diffusion decision modeling approach. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 30: 296-309
Ratcliff R, McKoon G. (2023) Reexamining the effects of speed-accuracy instructions with a diffusion-model-based analysis. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Fennell A, Ratcliff R. (2023) A spatially continuous diffusion model of visual working memory. Cognitive Psychology. 145: 101595
Kang I, Molenaar D, Ratcliff R. (2023) Erratum to: A Modeling Framework to Examine Psychological Processes Underlying Ordinal Responses and Response Times of Psychometric Data. Psychometrika
Kang I, Molenaar D, Ratcliff R. (2023) A Modeling Framework to Examine Psychological Processes Underlying Ordinal Responses and Response Times of Psychometric Data. Psychometrika
Ratcliff R, McKoon G. (2022) Can neuropsychological testing be improved with model-based approaches? Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Schmiedek F, Lövdén M, Ratcliff R, et al. (2022) Practice-related changes in perceptual evidence accumulation correlate with changes in working memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Ratcliff R. (2022) Integrated diffusion models for distance effects in number memory. Cognitive Psychology. 138: 101516
Kang I, De Boeck P, Ratcliff R. (2022) Modeling Conditional Dependence of Response Accuracy and Response Time with the Diffusion Item Response Theory Model. Psychometrika
Ratcliff R, Scharre DW, McKoon G. (2021) Discriminating memory disordered patients from controls using diffusion model parameters from recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
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