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Publications of Ruth S. Day    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Day, RS; Hubal, RH; Byerly, WB (2010). Alternative representations of side effects. Applied Cognitive Psychology.  [author's comments]
  2. Hubal, RC; Day, RS (2006). Informed consent procedures: an experimental test using a virtual character in a dialog systems training application.. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 39(5), 532-540. [yjbin], [doi]  [abs]
  3. Day, RS (2006). Comprehension of prescription drug information: Overview of a research program. Aaai Spring Symposium Technical Report, SS-06-01, 24-33. [org]  [abs]
  4. Hubal, R; Day, RS (2006). Understanding the frequency and severity of side effects: Linguistic, numeric, and visual representations. Aaai Spring Symposium Technical Report, SS-06-01, 69-75.  [abs]
  5. Hubal, R; Day, RS (2006). Understanding the Frequency and Severity of Side Effects: Patients vs. Medical Experts. American Association of Artificial Intelligence.  [abs]
  6. Hubal, RC; Guinn, CI; Sparrow, DC; Studer, EJ; Day, RS; Visscher, WA (2004). A synthetic character application for informed consent. Aaai Fall Symposium Technical Report, FS-04-04, 58-63.  [abs]
  7. Day, R.S. (1999). Cognition experiments: Optimizing patient comprehension through medicine information. Optimizing patient comprehension through medicine information leaflets, 60-176.
  8. Day, RS (1988). Alternative representations. Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory. The Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 22(C), 261-305. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Day, R. S. (1987). Knowledge vs. knowledge structures. National Issues in Higher Education, 26, 35-56.
  10. Day, R. S. (1979). Verbal fluency and the language-bound effect. Individual Differences in Language Ability and Language Behavior, 57-84.
  11. Day, R. S. (1977). Systematic individual differences in information processing. Psychology and Life, 5A-5D.
  12. Blechner, MJ; Day, RS; Cutting, JE (1976). Processing two dimensions of nonspeech stimuli: the auditory-phonetic distinction reconsidered.. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance, 2(2), 257-266. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Wood, CC; Day, RS (1975). Failure of selective attention to phonetic segments in consonant-vowel syllables. Perception & Psychophysics, 17(4), 346-350. [doi]  [abs]
  14. with Wood, CC; Goff, WR; Day, RS (1971). Auditory evoked potentials during speech perception.. Science (New York, N.Y.), 173(4003), 1248-1251. [doi]  [abs]
  15. Horowitz, LM; Day, RS; Light, LL; White, MA (1968). Availability growth and latent verbal learning.. The Journal of General Psychology, 78(1 st Half), 65-83. [doi]
  16. Horowitz, LM; Norman, SA; Day, RS (1966). Availability and associative symmetry.. Psychological Review, 73(1), 1-15. [doi]  [abs]

Chapters in Books

  1. Day, R.S. "Cognitive accessibility of drug information: Mandatory medication guides and patient package inserts."  Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, 2004

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