Tyler M. Ensor, Ph.D.

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2019- Psychology California State University Bakersfield 
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Cognitive psychology
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William E. Hockley research assistant 2012-2014 Wilfrid Laurier University
Ian Neath grad student 2014-2019 MUN
Aimee M. Surprenant grad student 2014-2019 MUN
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Ensor TM, MacMillan MB, Neath I, et al. (2021) Calculating semantic relatedness of lists of nouns using WordNet path length. Behavior Research Methods
Ensor TM, Bancroft TD, Guitard D, et al. (2020) Testing a Strategy-Disruption Account of the List-Strength Effect. Experimental Psychology. 67: 255-275
Chubala CM, Ensor TM, Neath I, et al. (2020) Dynamic Visual Noise Does Not Affect Memory for Fonts. Experimental Psychology. 67: 161-168
Tan P, Ensor TM, Hockley WE, et al. (2020) In support of selective rehearsal: Double-item presentation in item-method directed forgetting. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ensor TM, Surprenant AM, Neath I. (2020) Modeling list-strength and spacing effects using version 3 of the retrieving effectively from memory (REM.3) model and its superimposition-of-similar-images assumption. Behavior Research Methods
Chubala CM, Ensor TM, Neath I, et al. (2019) Dynamic visual noise affects ill-defined, not well-defined, images. Memory (Hove, England). 1-16
Ensor TM, Guitard D, Bireta TJ, et al. (2019) The list-length effect occurs in cued recall with the retroactive design but not the proactive design. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Bancroft TD, Ensor TM, Hockley WE, et al. (2019) Diffusion modeling of interference and decay in auditory short-term memory. Experimental Brain Research
Ensor TM, Bancroft TD, Hockley WE. (2019) Listening to the Picture-Superiority Effect. Experimental Psychology. 1-20
Ensor TM, Surprenant AM, Neath I. (2018) Increasing word distinctiveness eliminates the picture superiority effect in recognition: Evidence for the physical-distinctiveness account. Memory & Cognition
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