Richard S. Bogartz
Professor of Psychology
Department: Department of Psychology, University of
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- Bogartz, R. S. (1990). Evaluating forgetting curves
psychologically. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning,
Memory and Cognition, 16, 138-148.
- Bogartz, R. S. (1990). Learning-forgetting rate
independence defined by forgetting function parameters or
forgetting function form: Reply to Loftus and Bamber and to
Wixted. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory
and Cognition, 16, 936-945.
- Bogartz, R. S. (1994). The future of dynamic systems models
in developmental psychology in the light of the past. Journal
of Experimental Child Psychology, 58, 289-319.
R. S. (1994). An introduction to the analysis of variance.
Westport, Ct.: Praeger.
- Bogartz, R. S. (1996). Measuring infant memory.
Developmental Review, 16, 284-300.
- Bogartz, R. S. (1996). Measuring infant memory: Reply to
commentary. Developmental Review, 311-319.
- Bogartz, R. S., Shinskey, J. L., & Speaker, C. J.
(1997). Interpreting infant looking: The event set x event set
design. Developmental Psychology, 33,
- Bogartz, R. S., & Shinskey, J. L. (1998). On perception
of a partially occluded object in 6-month-olds. Cognitive
Development, 13, 141-163.
- Shinskey, J. L., Bogartz, R. S., and Poirier, C. R.
(2000). The effects of graded occlusion on manual search and
visual attention in 5- to 8-month-old infants. Infancy,
- Bogartz, R. S., Shinskey, J. L., & Schilling, T.
(2000). Object permanence in five-and-a-half month old infants?
- Bogartz, R. S., Cashon, C. H., Cohen, L. B., Schilling, T.
H., & Shinskey, J. L. (2000). Reply to Aslin (2000),
Baillargeon (2000), and Munakata (2000). Infancy,
- Bogartz, R. S.
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The paper "On
pooling error terms." is unpublished. It shows why pooling
within-Ss error terms is a mistake.
The paper "Interrater
Agreement and Combining Ratings"
is also unpublished. It is a methodological gem and will be helpful
anytime agreement of multiple raters is being considered.
Work in Progress:
Algebra Mountain. The three children return to the mountain
to learn Algebra.
appointment. In October, 1999, I completed training as a Court
Appointed Special Advocate and was sworn in as a CASA at the Franklin
County Juvenile Court on October 19, 1999.
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Revised November 28. 2005