Annette Kinder
Annette Kinder
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Amnesia and the declarative/nondeclarative distinction: A recurrent network model of classification, recognition, and repetition priming
A Kinder, DR Shanks
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13 (5), 648-669, 2001
Neuropsychological dissociations between priming and recognition: a single-system connectionist account.
A Kinder, DR Shanks
Psychological Review 110 (4), 728, 2003
Recollection, fluency, and the explicit/implicit distinction in artificial grammar learning.
A Kinder, DR Shanks, J Cock, RJ Tunney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 132 (4), 551, 2003
Similarity and discrimination in human Pavlovian conditioning
A Kinder, H Lachnit
Psychophysiology 40 (2), 226-234, 2003
Learning artificial grammars: No evidence for the acquisition of rules
A Kinder, A Assmann
Memory & Cognition 28, 1321-1332, 2000
Receiver operating characteristics in the lexical decision task: evidence for a simple signal-detection process simulated by the multiple read-out model.
AM Jacobs, R Graf, A Kinder
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (3), 481, 2003
What makes a metaphor literary? Answers from two computational studies
AM Jacobs, A Kinder
Metaphor and Symbol 33 (2), 85-100, 2018
“The Brain Is the Prisoner of Thought”: A Machine-Learning Assisted Quantitative Narrative Analysis of Literary Metaphors for Use in Neurocognitive Poetics
AM Jacobs, A Kinder
Metaphor and Symbol 32 (3), 139-160, 2017
Transfer in artificial grammar learning: The role of repetition information.
A Lotz, A Kinder
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (4), 707, 2006
CHAPTER FOUR Modularity and artificial grammar learning
DR Shanks, T Johnstone, A Kinder
Implicit learning and consciousness, 93-120, 2013
On elementary affective decisions: to like or not to like, that is the question
A Jacobs, MJ Hofmann, A Kinder
Frontiers in psychology 7, 232318, 2016
Are rules applied in Pavlovian electrodermal conditioning with humans general or outcome specific?
H Lachnit, A Kinder, G Reinhard
Psychophysiology 39 (3), 380-387, 2002
Short article: Sequence learning at optimal stimulus–response mapping: Evidence from a serial reaction time task
A Kinder, M Rolfs, R Kliegl
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (2), 203-209, 2008
The knowledge acquired during artificial grammar learning: Testing the predictions of two connectionist models
A Kinder
Psychological Research 63 (2), 95-105, 2000
Computing the affective-aesthetic potential of literary texts
AM Jacobs, A Kinder
AI 1 (1), 11-27, 2019
Connectionist models of artificial grammar learning: what type of knowledge is acquired?
A Kinder, A Lotz
Psychological Research PRPF 73, 659-673, 2009
Evidence for the application of rules in Pavlovian electrodermal conditioning with humans
H Lachnit, K Lober, G Reinhard, A Kinder
Biological Psychology 56 (2), 151-166, 2001
Classification and recognition in artificial grammar learning: Analysis of receiver operating characteristics
A Lotz, A Kinder
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (4), 667-682, 2006
Worte als Worte erfahren: wie erarbeitet das Gehirn Gedichte (Experience words as words: how the brain constructs poems)
AM Jacobs, A Kinder
Kind und Gedicht (Child and Poem), ed A. Pompe (Berlin: Rombach), 57-76, 2015
Responding under time pressure: Testing two animal learning models and a model of visual categorization
A Kinder, H Lachnit
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 55 (1), 173-193, 2002
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