Testing slows item recognition Evidence from output interference



Testing unit root and comparison of estimates
Purutçuoğlu Gazi, Vilda (2009-06-01)
Testing distributed real-time systems with a distributed test approach
Öztaş, Gökhan; Schmidt, Şenan Ece; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2008)
Software testing is an important phase the of software development cycle which reveals faults and ensures correctness of the developed software. Distributed real-time systems are mostly safety critical systems for which the correctness and quality of the software is much more significant. However, majority of the current testing techniques have been developed for sequential (non real-time) software and there is a limited amount of research on testing distributed real-time systems. In this thesis, a proposed...
Testing Encoding and Retrieval Dynamics of Pairs Using Probed Recall Task
Hato, Tuğba; Kılıç Özhan, Aslı; Department of Psychology (2022-9)
In free recall, subjects tend to successively recall words studied in nearby positions, denoted as the contiguity effect, favoring the following word over the preceding one. Whereas in paired associates, recall probabilities of forward and backward recalls are approximately equal. The associative symmetry hypothesis (ASH) suggests holistic encoding of pairs, whereas the independent association hypothesis (IAH) separate the encoding of forward and backward. Two main classes of memory models aim to explain th...
Testing Structural change in smultaneous equations: A Monte Carlo study
Akça, Aylin; Erlat, Haluk; Department of Economics (1997)
Testing early life connectivity using otolith chemistry and particle-tracking simulations
Ashford, Julian; La Mesa, Mario; Fach Salihoğlu, Bettina Andrea; Jones, Christopher; Everson, Inigo (2010-08-01)
We measured the otolith chemistry of adult Scotia Sea icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus), a species with a long pelagic larval phase, along the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) and compared the chemistry with simulated particle transport using a circulation model. Material laid down in otolith nuclei during early life showed (i) strong heterogeneity between the Antarctic Peninsula and South Georgia consistent with a population boundary, (ii) evidence of finer-scale heterogeneity between sampling areas on ...
Citation Formats
A. Kılıç Özhan, “Testing slows item recognition Evidence from output interference,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/87803.