William E. Hockley, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
Psychology Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Memory
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Neath I, Hockley WE, Ensor TM. (2021) Stimulus-based mirror effects revisited. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ensor TM, Bancroft TD, Guitard D, et al. (2020) Testing a Strategy-Disruption Account of the List-Strength Effect. Experimental Psychology. 67: 255-275
Tan P, Ensor TM, Hockley WE, et al. (2020) In support of selective rehearsal: Double-item presentation in item-method directed forgetting. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ensor TM, Guitard D, Bireta TJ, et al. (2019) The list-length effect occurs in cued recall with the retroactive design but not the proactive design. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Bancroft TD, Ensor TM, Hockley WE, et al. (2019) Diffusion modeling of interference and decay in auditory short-term memory. Experimental Brain Research
Ensor TM, Bancroft TD, Hockley WE. (2019) Listening to the Picture-Superiority Effect. Experimental Psychology. 1-20
Ahmad FN, Tan P, Hockley WE. (2019) Directed forgetting for categorised pictures: recognition memory for perceptual details versus gist. Memory (Hove, England). 1-10
Barlas Z, Hockley WE, Obhi SS. (2017) The effects of freedom of choice in action selection on perceived mental effort and the sense of agency. Acta Psychologica. 180: 122-129
Burgess N, Hockley WE, Hourihan KL. (2017) The effects of context in item-based directed forgetting: Evidence for "one-shot" context storage. Memory & Cognition
Ahmad FN, Moscovitch M, Hockley WE. (2016) Effects of varying presentation time on long-term recognition memory for scenes: Verbatim and gist representations. Memory & Cognition
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