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The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0 : a single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs

(2016) COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY . 91. p.82-108
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TASK-CUEING PROCEDURE, DIFFERENT PERCEPTUAL CATEGORIES, STROOP PROCESS DISSOCIATIONS, RETRIEVE PREVIOUS RESPONSES, ITEM-SPECIFIC CONTROL, TRACE MEMORY MODEL, CONFLICT ADAPTATION, FEATURE-INTEGRATION, PROPORTION CONGRUENT, DISTRACTOR-RESPONSE

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Schmidt, James, Jan De Houwer, and Klaus Rothermund. “The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) Model 2.0 : a Single Computational Model of Stimulus-response Binding, Contingency Learning, Power Curves, and Mixing Costs.” COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 91 (2016): 82–108. Print.
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Schmidt, J., De Houwer, J., & Rothermund, K. (2016). The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0 : a single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs. COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY , 91, 82–108.
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Schmidt, James, Jan De Houwer, and Klaus Rothermund. 2016. “The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) Model 2.0 : a Single Computational Model of Stimulus-response Binding, Contingency Learning, Power Curves, and Mixing Costs.” Cognitive Psychology 91: 82–108.
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Schmidt, James, Jan De Houwer, and Klaus Rothermund. 2016. “The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) Model 2.0 : a Single Computational Model of Stimulus-response Binding, Contingency Learning, Power Curves, and Mixing Costs.” Cognitive Psychology 91: 82–108.
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Schmidt J, De Houwer J, Rothermund K. The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0 : a single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs. COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY . 2016;91:82–108.
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J. Schmidt, J. De Houwer, and K. Rothermund, “The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0 : a single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs,” COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY , vol. 91, pp. 82–108, 2016.
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  author       = {Schmidt, James and De Houwer, Jan and Rothermund, Klaus},
  issn         = {0010-0285},
  journal      = {COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY },
  keywords     = {TASK-CUEING PROCEDURE,DIFFERENT PERCEPTUAL CATEGORIES,STROOP PROCESS DISSOCIATIONS,RETRIEVE PREVIOUS RESPONSES,ITEM-SPECIFIC CONTROL,TRACE MEMORY MODEL,CONFLICT ADAPTATION,FEATURE-INTEGRATION,PROPORTION CONGRUENT,DISTRACTOR-RESPONSE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {82--108},
  title        = {The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0 : a single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cogpsych.2016.10.004},
  volume       = {91},
  year         = {2016},
}

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