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John A. McGeoch research assistant 1928 Washington University (Neurotree)
Edward Stevens Robinson grad student 1932 Yale (Neurotree)


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Benton J. Underwood research assistant University of Missouri (Neurotree)
Arthur Glenberg grad student University of Michigan (Neurotree)
Alvin M. Liberman grad student University of Missouri (Neurotree)
Harvey Shulman grad student University of Michigan (Neurotree)
Barbara Tversky grad student University of Michigan (Neurotree)
David Clarence McClelland grad student 1939 University of Missouri
Donald A. Riley grad student 1950 Ohio State (Neurotree)
Howard R. Pollio grad student 1962 University of Michigan (Theology Tree)
Robert G. Crowder grad student 1965 University of Michigan
Edward E. Smith grad student 1966 University of Michigan (Neurotree)
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Johnson NF, Duncan CP, Sechrest L, et al. (1974) Human Memory: Festschrift for Benton J. Underwood The American Journal of Psychology. 87: 534
Fuchs AH, Melton AW. (1974) Effects of frequency of presentation and stimulus length on retention in the Brown-Peterson paradigm Journal of Experimental Psychology. 103: 629-637
Melton AW. (1973) The concept of coding in learning-memory theory. Memory & Cognition. 1: 508-12
Melton AW. (1970) The situation with respect to the spacing of repetitions and memory Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior. 9: 596-606
Melton AW. (1967) Repetition and retrieval from memory. Science (New York, N.Y.). 158: 532
Crowder RG, Melton AW. (1965) The Ranschburg Phenomenon: Failures of immediate recall correlated with repetition of elements within a stimulus Psychonomic Science. 2: 295-296
Melton AW. (1963) Implications of short-term memory for a general theory of memory Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior. 2: 1-21
McGeoch JA, Melton AW. (1929) The comparative retention value of maze habits and of nonsense syllables Journal of Experimental Psychology. 12: 392-414
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