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Publications

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 2007. Using Multinomial Processing Tree Models to Measure Cognitive Deficits in Clinical Populations. : 19-50.

  • Riefer, D., Y. Chien and J. Reimer. 2007. Positive and negative generation effects in source monitoring. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: 1389-1405.

  • Riefer, D. 2002. COMPARING AUDITORY VS VISUAL STIMULUS IN THE TIP-OF-THE-TONGUE PHENOMENON. Psychological Reports 90: 568-576.

  • Riefer, D. 2002. Comparing auditory vs visual stimuli in the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon. Psychological Reports: 568-576.

  • Riefer, D., B. Knapp, W. Batchelder, D. Bamber and V. Manifold. 2002. Cognitive psychometrics. 14: 184-201.

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 1999. Theoretical and empirical review of multinomial process tree modeling. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review: 57-86.

  • Riefer, D. and M. Lamay. 1998. Memory for common and bizarre stimuli. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review: 312-317.

  • Riefer, D., M. Keveri and D. Kramer. 1995. Name that tune. Psychological Reports: 1379-1390.

  • Riefer, D. and W. Batchelder. 1995. multinomial modeling analysis of the recognition-failure paradigm. Memory and Cognition: 611-630.

  • Batchelder, W., D. Riefer and X. Hu. 1994. Measuring memory factors in source monitoring. 101: 172-176.

  • Riefer, D., X. Hu and W. Batchelder. 1994. Response strategies in source monitoring. 20: 680-693.

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 1994. Measuring memory factors in source monitoring. Psychological Review 101: 172-176.

  • Riefer, D. 1993. Behavior engineering proposals. Perceptual and Motor Skills: 111-117.

  • Riefer, D. and J. Rouder. 1992. multinomial modeling analysis of the mnemonic benefits of bizarre imagery. Memory and Cognition: 601-611.

  • Riefer, D. 1991. Behavior engineering proposals. Perceptual and Motor Skills: 767-777.

  • Riefer, D. and W. Batchelder. 1991. Age differences in storage and retrieval. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society: 415-418.

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 1990. Multinomial processing models of source monitoring. 97: 548-564.

  • Halpern, D., C. Hansen and D. Riefer. 1990. Analogies as an aid to understanding and memory. Journal of Educational Psychology: 298-305.

  • Riefer, D. and W. Batchelder. 1988. Multinomial modeling and the measurement of cognitive processes. 95: 318-339.

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 1986. statistical analysis of a model for storage and retrieval processes in human memory. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology: 129-149.

  • Riefer, D. 1983. Lot of Information to Integrate. PsycCRITIQUES: 671-672.

  • Braunstein, M., G. Andersen and D. Riefer. 1982. use of occlusion to resolve ambiguity in parallel projections. Perception & Psychophysics: 261-267.

  • Riefer, D. 1982. advantages of mathematical modeling over traditional methods in the analysis of category clustering. Journal of Mathematical Psychology: 97-123.

  • Riefer, D. 1982. Mathematical models for small systems of interacting items in free recall. Dissertation Abstracts International.

  • Batchelder, W. and D. Riefer. 1980. Separation of storage and retrieval factors in free recall of clusterable pairs. 87: 375-397.

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Positions & Honors

  • 2000 – Outstanding Professor, California State University, San Bernardino

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