John D. Bain, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Griffith University 
Area:
human memory
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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
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