Earl B. Hunt

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Cognition, Individual Differences
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Robinson DH, Levin JR, Schraw G, et al. (2013) On Going (Way) Beyond One's Data: A Proposal to Restrict Recommendations for Practice in Primary Educational Research Journals Educational Psychology Review. 25: 291-302
Law DJ, Pellegrino JW, Mitchell SR, et al. (1993) Perceptual and cognitive factors governing performance in comparative arrival-time judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 19: 1183-99
Coda BA, Hill HF, Hunt EB, et al. (1993) Cognitive and motor function impairments during continuous opioid analgesic infusions Human Psychopharmacology. 8: 383-400
Pellegrino JW, Hunt EB, Abate R, et al. (1987) A computer-based test battery for the assessment of static and dynamic spatial reasoning abilities Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers. 19: 231-236
Hunt EB, Davidson J, Lansman M. (1981) Individual differences in long-term memory access. Memory & Cognition. 9: 599-608
Macleod CM, Hunt EB, Mathews NN. (1978) Individual differences in the verification of sentence-picture relationships Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior. 17: 493-507
Duncan NC, Grossen NE, Hunt EB. (1971) Apparent memory differences in inbred mice produced by differential reaction to stress. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 74: 383-9
Beach LR, Hunt EB, Carter WB. (1970) Memory and decisions in a monitoring task Organizational Behavior and Human Performance. 5: 238-244
Hunt EB, Bauer RH. (1969) Facilitation of learning by delayed injections of pentylenetetrazol. Psychopharmacologia. 16: 139-46
Pagano RR, Bush DF, Martin G, et al. (1969) Duration of retrograde amnesia as a function of electroconvulsive shock intensity Physiology and Behavior. 4: 19-21
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