End effects and cross-dimensional interference in identification of time and length: Evidence for a common memory mechanism (2015)

Authors

Jung Aa MoonJon M. FinchamShawn BettsJohn R. Anderson

Bibliographic Entry

Moon,J., Fincham,J.M., Betts,S.A., & Anderson,J.R.,(2015). End effects and cross-dimensional interference in identification of time and length: Evidence for a common memory mechanism. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 15, 680-695.


Year: 2015
Type: article
Status: Published
Categories: Declarative Memory, Psychophysical Judgements, Time Perception
End effects and cross-dimensional interference in identification of time and length: Evidence for a common memory mechanism
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