Caren M. Rotello
Caren M. Rotello
Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Integrating text and pictorial information: eye movements when looking at print advertisements.
K Rayner, CM Rotello, AJ Stewart, J Keir, SA Duffy
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 7 (3), 219, 2001
Sum-difference theory of remembering and knowing: a two-dimensional signal-detection model.
CM Rotello, NA Macmillan, JA Reeder
Psychological Review 111 (3), 588, 2004
“Remembering” emotional words is based on response bias, not recollection
S Dougal, CM Rotello
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (3), 423-429, 2007
Associative recognition: A case of recall-to-reject processing
CM Rotello, E Heit
Memory & Cognition 28 (6), 907-922, 2000
Recall-to-reject in recognition: Evidence from ROC curves
CM Rotello, NA Macmillan, G Van Tassel
Journal of Memory and Language 43 (1), 67-88, 2000
Eye movements when looking at print advertisements: The goal of the viewer matters
K Rayner, B Miller, CM Rotello
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2008
Relations between inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning.
E Heit, CM Rotello
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (3), 805, 2010
Sources of bias in the Goodman–Kruskal gamma coefficient measure of association: Implications for studies of metacognitive processes.
MEJ Masson, CM Rotello
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (2), 509, 2009
Theremember response: Subject to bias, graded, and not a process-pure indicator of recollection
CM Rotello, NA Macmillan, JA Reeder, M Wong
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (5), 865-873, 2005
Assessing the belief bias effect with ROCs: it's a response bias effect.
C Dube, CM Rotello, E Heit
Psychological review 117 (3), 831, 2010
Response bias in" remembering" emotional stimuli: a new perspective on age differences.
A Kapucu, CM Rotello, RE Ready, KN Seidl
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (3), 703, 2008
Measures of sensitivity based on a single hit rate and false alarm rate: The accuracy, precision, and robustness of,A z, andA
MF Verde, NA Macmillan, CM Rotello
Perception & psychophysics 68, 643-654, 2006
Two-process models of recognition memory: Evidence for recall-to-reject?
CM Rotello, E Heit
Journal of Memory and Language 40 (3), 432-453, 1999
Memory strength and the decision process in recognition memory
MF Verde, CM Rotello
Memory & cognition 35 (2), 254-262, 2007
A multichannel nanosensor for instantaneous readout of cancer drug mechanisms
S Rana, NDB Le, R Mout, K Saha, GY Tonga, RES Bain, OR Miranda, ...
Nature nanotechnology 10 (1), 65-69, 2015
A critical comparison of discrete-state and continuous models of recognition memory: implications for recognition and beyond.
AM Pazzaglia, C Dube, CM Rotello
Psychological Bulletin 139 (6), 1173, 2013
Cancer cell discrimination using host–guest “doubled” arrays
NDB Le, G Yesilbag Tonga, R Mout, ST Kim, ME Wille, S Rana, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (23), 8008-8012, 2017
Scene perception and memory revealed by eye movements and receiver-operating characteristic analyses: Does a cultural difference truly exist?
K Evans, CM Rotello, X Li, K Rayner
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (2), 276-285, 2009
When more data steer us wrong: Replications with the wrong dependent measure perpetuate erroneous conclusions
CM Rotello, E Heit, C Dubé
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 944-954, 2015
Binary ROCs in perception and recognition memory are curved.
C Dube, CM Rotello
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (1), 130, 2012
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