Nicholas C. Soderstrom
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Learning versus performance: An integrative review
NC Soderstrom, RA Bjork
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (2), 176-199, 2015
Aesthetic and affective effects of vocal and traffic noise on natural landscape assessment
JA Benfield, PA Bell, LJ Troup, NC Soderstrom
Journal of environmental psychology 30 (1), 103-111, 2010
Are survival processing memory advantages based on ancestral priorities?
NC Soderstrom, DP McCabe
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18, 564-569, 2011
Judgments of learning as memory modifiers.
NC Soderstrom, CT Clark, V Halamish, EL Bjork
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (2), 553, 2015
Testing facilitates the regulation of subsequent study time
NC Soderstrom, RA Bjork
Journal of Memory and Language 73, 99-115, 2014
The interplay between value and relatedness as bases for metacognitive monitoring and control: evidence for agenda-based monitoring.
NC Soderstrom, DP McCabe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (5), 1236, 2011
The critical importance of retrieval—and spacing—for learning
NC Soderstrom, TK Kerr, RA Bjork
Psychological Science 27 (2), 223-230, 2016
How should exemplars be sequenced in inductive learning? Empirical evidence versus learners’ opinions.
VX Yan, NC Soderstrom, GS Seneviratna, EL Bjork, RA Bjork
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 23 (4), 403, 2017
Can multiple-choice testing induce desirable difficulties? Evidence from the laboratory and the classroom
EL Bjork, NC Soderstrom, JL Little
The American Journal of Psychology 128 (2), 229-239, 2015
Recollection-based prospective metamemory judgments are more accurate than those based on confidence: Judgments of remembering and knowing (JORKS).
DP McCabe, NC Soderstrom
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 140 (4), 605, 2011
Metacognition and depressive realism: Evidence for the level-of-depression account
NC Soderstrom, DB Davalos, SM Vázquez
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 16 (5), 461-472, 2011
Does Anthropogenic Noise in National Parks Impair Memory?
JA Benfield, PA Bell, LJ Troup, N Soderstrom
Environment and Behavior 42 (5), 693, 2010
Partial testing can potentiate learning of tested and untested material from multimedia lessons.
CL Yue, NC Soderstrom, EL Bjork
Journal of Educational Psychology 107 (4), 991, 2015
Older adults predict more recollective experiences than younger adults.
NC Soderstrom, DP McCabe, MG Rhodes
Psychology and Aging 27 (4), 1082, 2012
11 Metamemory and Education
NC Soderstrom, CL Yue, EL Bjork
The Oxford handbook of metamemory, 197, 2016
Metacognitive illusions can be reduced by monitoring recollection during study
NC Soderstrom, MG Rhodes
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (1), 118-126, 2014
Rapid communication: The fate of being forgotten: Information that is initially forgotten is judged as less important
AD Castel, MG Rhodes, DP McCabe, NC Soderstrom, VM Loaiza
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (12), 2281-2287, 2012
On the domain-specificity of survival processing advantages in memory
NC Soderstrom, AM Cleary
What is adaptive about adaptive memory, 110-122, 2014
Pretesting Enhances learning in the classroom
NC Soderstrom, EL Bjork
Educational Psychology Review 35 (3), 88, 2023
Dissociations between learners’ predicted and actual effects of level of processing and assigned point value on subsequent memory performance
MS Cohen, MC Friedman, N Soderstrom, A Castel, RA Bjork
PsyArXiv, 2019
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