Thomas D. Wickens

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Mathmatical Psychology, Learning, Memory
"Thomas Wickens"
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Wendy S. Francis grad student 1996 UCLA


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Lynn A. Olzak collaborator 1975- UCLA
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Roediger HL, Karpicke JD. (2011) Intricacies of spaced retrieval: A resolution Successful Remembering and Successful Forgetting: a Festschrift in Honor of Robert a. Bjork. 23-48
Kalar DJ, Garrigan P, Wickens TD, et al. (2010) A unified model of illusory and occluded contour interpolation. Vision Research. 50: 284-99
Wickens TD. (2010) Elementary signal detection theory Elementary Signal Detection Theory. 1-276
Shimamura AP, Wickens TD. (2009) Superadditive memory strength for item and source recognition: the role of hierarchical relational binding in the medial temporal lobe. Psychological Review. 116: 1-19
Palmer SE, Gardner JS, Wickens TD. (2008) Aesthetic issues in spatial composition: effects of position and direction on framing single objects. Spatial Vision. 21: 421-49
De Valois KK, Takeuchi T, Wickens TD. (2008) Appearance of images Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 6806
Breitborde NJ, López SR, Wickens TD, et al. (2007) Toward specifying the nature of the relationship between expressed emotion and schizophrenic relapse: the utility of curvilinear models. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. 16: 1-10
Appleton-Knapp SL, Bjork RA, Wickens TD. (2005) Examining the spacing effect in advertising: Encoding variability, retrieval processes, and their interaction Journal of Consumer Research. 32: 266-276
Kellman PJ, Guttman SE, Wickens TD. (2001) 7 Geometric and neural models of object perception Advances in Psychology. 130: 183-245
Fritz CO, Morris PE, Bjork RA, et al. (2000) When further learning fails: stability and change following repeated presentation of text. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 91: 493-511
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