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Measuring memory is harder than you think: How to avoid problematic measurement practices in memory research
TF Brady, MM Robinson, JR Williams, JT Wixted
Psychonomic bulletin & review 30 (2), 421-449, 2023
48*2023
Guidance of attention by working memory is a matter of representational fidelity.
JR Williams, TF Brady, VS Störmer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 48 (3), 202, 2022
28*2022
Scaling up visual attention and visual working memory to the real world
TF Brady, VS Störmer, A Shafer-Skelton, JR Williams, AF Chapman, ...
Psychology of learning and motivation 70, 29-69, 2019
252019
You cannot “count” how many items people remember in visual working memory: The importance of signal detection–based measures for understanding change detection performance.
JR Williams, MM Robinson, MW Schurgin, JT Wixted, TF Brady
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 48 (12 …, 2022
21*2022
There is no theory-free measure of “swaps” in visual working memory experiments
JR Williams, MM Robinson, TF Brady
Computational brain & behavior 6 (2), 159-171, 2023
82023
What you see is what you hear: sounds alter the contents of visual perception
JR Williams, YA Markov, NA Tiurina, VS Störmer
Psychological science 33 (12), 2109-2122, 2022
8*2022
Noisy and hierarchical visual memory across timescales
TF Brady, MM Robinson, JR Williams
Nature Reviews Psychology, 1-17, 2024
42024
What does it take to falsify a psychological theory? A case study on recognition models of visual working-memory
MM Robinson, JR Williams, T Brady
PsyArXiv, 2022
42022
Working memory: how much is it used in natural behavior?
J Williams, VS Störmer
Current Biology 31 (4), R205-R206, 2021
42021
Auditory information facilitates sensory evidence accumulation during visual object recognition
JR Williams, VS Störmer
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 20c-20c, 2019
22019
Natural variation in the representational fidelity between multiple working memory items can explain which item guides attention
JR Williams, TF Brady, VS Stoermer
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1616-1616, 2020
12020
Cutting through the noise: Auditory scenes and their effects on visual object processing
JR Williams, VS Störmer, JR Williams
OSF, 2023
2023
Precise Memories and Imprecise Guidance: Why attention is guided towards colors that I’m certain I didn’t see
J Williams, T Brady, V Stoermer
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5957-5957, 2023
2023
Evaluating models of visual working memory in change detection: Discrete-slots or non-diagnostic data?
M Robinson, J Williams, T Brady
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3679-3679, 2022
2022
Zooming in on what counts as core and auxiliary: A case study on recognition models of visual working-memory
MM Robinson, JR Williams, J Wixted, T Brady
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
Auditory Context Alters Visual Perception
J Williams, Y Markov, N Tiurina, V Stoermer
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2796-2796, 2021
2021
Multiple visual working memory items can guide attention and facilitate perceptual processing
J Williams, T Brady, V Störmer
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 682-682, 2018
2018
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