Rebekah E. Smith, PhD

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University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX, United States 
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Loft S, Chapman M, Smith RE. (2016) Reducing prospective memory error and costs in simulated air traffic control: External aids, extending practice, and removing perceived memory requirements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 22: 272-284
Smith RE, Hunt RR, Dunlap KR. (2015) Why Do Pictures, but Not Visual Words, Reduce Older Adults' False Memories? Psychology and Aging
Arnold NR, Bayen UJ, Smith RE. (2015) Hierarchical Multinomial Modeling Approaches. Experimental Psychology. 62: 143-52
Hunt RR, Smith RE, Toth JP. (2015) Category Cued Recall Evokes a Generate-Recognize Retrieval Process Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition
Hunt RR, Smith RE. (2014) How Distinctive Processing Enhances Hits and Reduces False Alarms. Journal of Memory and Language. 75: 45-57
Smith RE, McConnell Rogers MD, McVay JC, et al. (2014) Investigating how implementation intentions improve non-focal prospective memory tasks. Consciousness and Cognition. 27: 213-30
Smith RE, Loft S. (2014) Investigating the cost to ongoing tasks not associated with prospective memory task requirements. Consciousness and Cognition. 27: 1-13
Smith RE, Hunt RR. (2014) Prospective memory in young and older adults: the effects of task importance and ongoing task load. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 21: 411-31
Loft S, Smith RE, Remington RW. (2013) Minimizing the disruptive effects of prospective memory in simulated air traffic control. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 19: 254-65
Horn SS, Bayen UJ, Smith RE. (2013) Adult age differences in interference from a prospective-memory task: a diffusion model analysis. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 20: 1266-73
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