John D. Bain, Ph.D.
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|Halford GS, Phillips S, Wilson WH, et al. (2012) Relational processing is fundamental to the central executive and is limited to four variables The Cognitive Neuroscience of Working Memory|
|Halford GS, Baker R, McCredden JE, et al. (2005) How many variables can humans process? Psychological Science. 16: 70-6|
|Samuelowicz K, Bain JD. (2002) Identifying academics' orientations to assessment practice Higher Education. 43: 173-201|
|Halford GS, Bain JD, Maybery MT, et al. (1998) Induction of relational schemas: common processes in reasoning and complex learning. Cognitive Psychology. 35: 201-45|
|Wilkinson IA, Elkins J, Bain JD. (1995) Individual differences in story comprehension and recall of poor readers. The British Journal of Educational Psychology. 65: 393-407|
|Shum DH, McFarland K, Bain JD. (1994) Assessment of attention: relationship between psychological testing and information processing approaches. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 16: 531-8|
|Shum DH, McFarland K, Bain JD. (1994) Effects of closed-head injury on attentional processes: generality of Sternberg's additive factor method. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 16: 547-55|
|Shum DH, McFarland K, Bain JD, et al. (1990) Effects of closed-head injury on attentional processes: an information-processing stage analysis. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 12: 247-64|
|Dyne AM, Humphreys MS, Bain JD, et al. (1990) Associative Interference Effects in Recognition and Recall Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 16: 813-824|
|Shum DHK, McFarland KA, Bain JD. (1990) Construct validity of eight tests of attention: Comparison of normal and closed head injured samples Clinical Neuropsychologist. 4: 151-162|