Affiliation: Cardiff University
- Chewing gum and context-dependent memory: the independent roles of chewing gum and mint flavourAndrew J Johnson
Cardiff University, School of Psychology, Cardiff, UK
Br J Psychol 99:293-306. 2008..The findings raise further concerns regarding the robustness of the previously reported context-dependent memory effect with chewing gum...
- Recognition memory for tactile sequencesPaul Mahrer
Cardiff University, UK
Memory 10:7-20. 2002..This is taken to reflect limitations in both the capacity and duration of tactile sensory memory...
- Tactile short-term memory revisitedC Miles
School of Psychology, University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK
Memory 4:655-68. 1996..Such memorisation is not necessarily underpinned by an articulatory code...
- Recency and suffix effects with immediate recall of olfactory stimuliC Miles
School of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK
Memory 8:195-205. 2000....
- Serial position effects in recognition memory for odors: a reexaminationChristopher Miles
School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff CF10 3YG, Wales, UK
Mem Cognit 33:1303-14. 2005....
- Chewing gum and context-dependent memory effects: a re-examinationChristopher Miles
School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Tower Building, Park Place, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 3YG, UK
Appetite 48:154-8. 2007..P. (2004). Chewing gum can produce context-dependent effects upon memory. Appetite, 43, 207-210.] finding that chewing gum of itself is not a sufficient condition to provoke context-dependent learning with immediate testing...
- Evidence against memorial facilitation and context-dependent memory effects through the chewing of gumAndrew J Johnson
School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Tower Building, Park Place, Cardiff, UK
Appetite 48:394-6. 2007..The findings contradict previous research...
- ApoE gene and familial risk of Alzheimer's disease as predictors of odour identification in older adultsOlivia J Handley
School of Biosciences, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Neurobiol Aging 27:1425-30. 2006..In this respect, these findings support the need to both monitor individuals at increased risk of the disease and introduce olfactory-mediated cognitive tasks into the diagnostic setting...
- Serial position functions for recognition of olfactory stimuliAndrew J Johnson
Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 60:1347-55. 2007..We offer an alternative account of the data in which recognition accuracy is better accommodated by the cumulative number of items presented between item learning and item test...