William F. Battig

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University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology
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Battig WF. (1979) Are the important "individual differences" between or within individuals? Journal of Research in Personality. 13: 546-558
Packman JL, Battig WF. (1978) Effects of different kinds of semantic processing on memory for words. Memory & Cognition. 6: 502-8
Battig WF, Einstein GO. (1977) Evidence that broader processing facilitates delayed retention Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 10: 28-30
Rankin JL, Battig WF. (1977) Developmental differences in the organization and recall of strongly and weakly associated verbal items Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 10: 371-374
Lauer PA, Streby WJ, Battig WF. (1976) The effects of alphabetic organization on the acquisition and delayed retention of semantically similar words Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory. 2: 182-189
Brunette SA, Battig WF. (1974) Recognition of pictorial as compared with verbal descriptions Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 4: 524-526
Einstein GO, Pellegrino JW, Mondani MS, et al. (1974) Free-recall performance as a function of overt rehearsal frequency Journal of Experimental Psychology. 103: 440-449
Pellegrino JW, Battig WF. (1974) Relationships among higher order organizational measures and free recall Journal of Experimental Psychology. 102: 463-472
Mondani MS, Pellegrino JW, Battig WF. (1973) Free and cued recall as a function of different levels of word processing Journal of Experimental Psychology. 101: 324-329
Mondani MS, Battig WF. (1973) Imaginal and verbal mnemonics as related to paired-associate learning and directionality of associations Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior. 12: 401-408
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