Publications

Below you can find a list of publications. Many of the publications also include links to data and model code. Please contact me if you’re having any difficulties accessing something you need: adamosth at gmail.com.

News Articles

1. Osth, A. F. (2019). Here’s why memories come flooding back when you visit places from your past. The Conversation. (link)

Authored Books

1. Palestro, J. J., Sederberg, P. B., Osth, A. F., Van Zandt, T., & Turner, B. M. (2018). Likelihood-free Methods for Cognitive Science. Springer: New York. (link)

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Note: student contributions underlined

Preprints

1. Osth, A. F., Zhou, A., Lilburn, S., & Little, D. R. (submitted). The extralist feature effect revisited: A challenge for global matching models of recognition memory. (pdf, data/model code)

2. Reynolds, A., Garton, R., Kvam, P., Sauer, J., Osth, A. F., & Heathcote, A. (submitted). A dynamic model of deciding not to choose. (pdf, data/model code)

3. Reynolds, A., Kvam, P., Osth, A. F., & Heathcote, A. (submitted). Correlated racing evidence accumulator models. (pdf, data/model code)

4. Osth, A. F., Reed, A., & Farrell, S. (submitted). How do recall requirements affect decision-making in free recall initiation? A linear ballistic accumulator model approach. (pdf, data/model code)

2020

19. Osth, A. F., Shabahang, K. D., Mewhort, D. J. K., & Heathcote, A. (2020). Global semantic similarity effects in recognition memory: Insights from BEAGLE representations and the diffusion decision model. Journal of Memory and Language (pdf, data/model code)

18. Fox, J., Osth, A. F., & Dennis, S. (2020). Accounting for the buildup of proactive interference across lists in a list length paradigm reveals a dominance of item-noise in recognition memory. Journal of Memory and Language (pdf, data/model code)

17. Osth, A. F., Dunn, J. C., Heathcote, A., & Ratcliff, R. (2020). Two processes are not necessary to understand memory deficits. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

2019

16. Lilburn, S. D., Little, D. R., Osth, A. F., & Smith, P. L. (2019). Cultural problems cannot be solved with technical solutions alone. Computational Brain & Behavior, 3-4, 170-175.

15. Starns, J. J., Cataldo, A.M., Rotello, C. M., Annis, J., Aschenbrenner, A., Bröder, A., Cox, G., Criss, A., Curl, R. A., Dobbins, I. G., Dunn, J., Enam, T., Evans, N. J., Farrell, S., Fraundorf, S. H., Gronlund, S. D., Heathcote, A., Heck, A. D. W., Hicks, J. L., Huff, M. J., Kellen, D., Key, K. N., Kilic, A., Klauer, K. C., Kraemer, K. R., Leite, F. P., Lloyd, M. E., Malejka, S., Mason, A., McAdoo, R. M., McDonough, I. M., Michael, R. B., Mickes, L., Mizrak, E., Morgan, D. P., Mueller, S. T., Osth, A., Reynolds, A., Seale-Carlisle, T. M., Singmann, H., Sloane, J. F., Smith, A. M., Tillman, G., van Ravenzwaaij, D., Weidemann, C. T., Wells, G. L., White, C. N., Wilson, J. (2019). Assessing theoretical conclusions with blinded inference to investigate a possible inference crisis. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2.

14. Osth, A. F. & Fox, J. (2019). Are associations formed across pairs? A test of learning by temporal contiguity in associative recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 26, 1650-1656. (pdf, data/materials)

13. Dennis, S., Garrett, P., Yim, H., Osth, A. F., Sreekumar, V., & Stone, B. (2019). Privacy versus open science. Behavior Research Methods, 51, 1839-1848. (pdf)

12. Osth, A. F. & Farrell, S. (2019). Using response time distributions and race models to characterize primacy and recency effects in free recall initiation. Psychological Review, 126, 578-609. (pdf, data/model code/supplementary materials)

2018

11. Osth, A. F., Fox, J., McKague, M., Heathcote, A., & Dennis, S. (2018). The list strength effect in source memory: Data and a global matching model.  Journal of Memory and Language, 103, 119-113. (pdf, data/model code)

10. Osth, A. F., Jansson, A., Dennis, S., & Heathcote, A. (2018). Modeling the dynamics of recognition memory testing with an integrated model of retrieval and decision making. Cognitive Psychology, 104, 106-142. (pdf, data/model code/supplementary materials)

9. Yim, H., Osth, A. F., Dennis, S., & Sloutsky, V. M. (2018). Evidence for the Use of Three-way Binding Structures in Associative and Source Recognition. Journal of Memory and Language, 100, 89-97. (pdf)

2017

8. Tillman, G., Osth, A. F., van Ravenzwaaij, D., & Heathcote, A. (2017). A diffusion decision model account of evidence variability in the lexical decision task. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 24, 1949-1956. (pdf, supplementary materials)

7. Osth, A. F., Bora, B., Dennis, S., & Heathcote, A. (2017). Diffusion vs. linear ballistic accumulation: Different models, different conclusions about the slope of the zROC in recognition memory. Journal of Memory and Language, 96, 36-61. (pdf, data)

6. Osth, A. F., Dennis, S., & Heathcote, A. (2017). Likelihood ratio sequential sampling models of recognition memory. Cognitive Psychology, 92, 101-126. (pdf, data/model code)

2015 and earlier

5. Osth, A. F., & Dennis, S. (2015). Sources of interference in item and associative recognition memory. Psychological Review, 122, 260-311. (pdf, data and model code)

4. Osth, A. F., & Dennis, S. (2015). The fill-in effect in serial recall can be obscured by omission errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 41, 1447-1455. (pdf, data)

3. Osth, A. F. & Dennis, S. (2015c). Prior list intrusions in serial recall are positional. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 41, 1893-1901. (pdf, data)

2. Osth, A. F., Dennis, S., & Kinnell, A. (2014). Stimulus type and the list strength paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 1826-1841. (pdf, data)

1. Osth, A. F., & Dennis, S. (2014). Associative recognition and the list strength paradigm. Memory & Cognition, 42, 583-594. (pdf, data)

Book Chapters

1. Osth, A. F., & Dennis, S. (2015). A prospective for a unified model of episodic memory. In J. Raaijmakers, A. Criss, R. Nosofsky, R. Goldstone, M. Steyvers (Eds.) Cognitive modeling in perception and memory: A festschrift for Richard M. Shiffrin (pp 126-141). New York, NY: Psychology Press. (pdf)

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