Items where Author is "Adelman, JS"

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Journal article

GUEST, D., KENT, C. and ADELMAN, J.S., 2017. The relative importance of perceptual and memory sampling processes in determining the time course of absolute identification. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. ISSN 0278-7393 (Forthcoming)

GUEST, D., ADELMAN, J.S. and KENT, C., 2015. Relative judgement is relatively difficult: evidence against the role of relative judgement in absolute identification [forthcoming]. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23 (3), p. 922. ISSN 1069-9384

KENT, C., GUEST, D., ADELMAN, J.S. and LAMBERTS, K., 2014. Stochastic accumulation of feature information in perception and memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 5. ISSN 1664-1078

GUEST, D., KENT, C. and ADELMAN, J.S., 2010. Why additional presentations help identify a stimulus. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36 (6), pp. 1609-1630. ISSN 0096-1523

Conference contribution

GUEST, D., KENT, C. and ADELMAN, J.S., 2015. Is it really all relative? The role of relative judgment in absolute identification. In: 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2015), Paphos, Cyprus, 17–20 September 2015.

ADELMAN, J.S., GUEST, D. and KENT, C., 2009. Why do additional presentations help us identify a stimulus? [oral presentation]. In: Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, University of Leicester, Leicester, 15-17 April 2009, Leicester.

KENT, C., GUEST, D. and ADELMAN, J.S., 2009. The time course of perceptual processes in absolute identification [oral presentation]. In: Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, University of York, York, 8-10 July 2009, York.

GUEST, D., KENT, C. and ADELMAN, J.S., 2009. The time course of perceptual processes in absolute identification. In: 16th European Society for Cognitive Psychology Conference, Krakow, Poland, September 2009, Krakow.

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