James A. Kole, Ph.D.

2007 Psychology University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Skill acquisition, second langauge acquisition
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Alice F. Healy grad student 2007 CU Boulder
 (The retrieval process in mediated learning: Using priming effects to test the direct access and covert mediation models.)
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Healy AF, Kole JA, Schneider VI, et al. (2019) Training, retention, and transfer of data entry perceptual and motor processes over short and long retention intervals. Memory & Cognition
Schneider VI, Healy AF, Kole JA, et al. (2017) Does spatial information impact immediate verbatim recall of verbal navigation instructions? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Chapman MJ, Healy AF, Kole JA. (2015) Memory load as a cognitive antidote to performance decrements in data entry. Memory (Hove, England). 1-15
Kole JA, Snyder HR, Brojde CL, et al. (2015) What's the Problem? Familiarity Working Memory, and Transfer in a Problem-Solving Task. The American Journal of Psychology. 128: 147-57
Bourne LE, Kole JA, Healy AF. (2014) Expertise: defined, described, explained. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 186
Healy AF, Kole JA, Bourne LE. (2014) Training principles to advance expertise. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 131
Kole JA, Healy AF. (2013) Is retrieval mediated after repeated testing? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 462-72
Anderson LS, Healy AF, Kole JA, et al. (2013) The clicker technique: Cultivating efficient teaching and successful learning Applied Cognitive Psychology. 27: 222-234
Anderson LS, Healy AF, Kole JA, et al. (2011) Conserving time in the classroom: the clicker technique. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 64: 1457-62
Kole JA, Healy AF. (2011) Memory for details about people: familiarity, relatedness, and gender congruency. Memory & Cognition. 39: 637-48
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