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Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1994). Memory in naturalistic and laboratory contexts: Distinguishing the accuracy-oriented and quantity-oriented approaches to memory assessment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 123, 297-316. [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1996). Monitoring and control processes in the strategic regulation of memory accuracy. Psychological Review, 103, 490-517. [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1996). Memory metaphors and the real-life/laboratory controversy: Correspondence versus storehouse conceptions of memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 167-188. [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1996). The correspondence metaphor of memory: Right, wrong, or useful? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 211-228. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. & Koriat, A. (1996). The assessment and control of memory accuracy: Commentary on Memon & Stevenage on witness-memory. Psycoloquy, 7(23). [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1997). The myriad functions and metaphors of memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20, 27-28. [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1998). Methodological and substantive implications of a metatheoretical distinction: More on correspondence versus storehouse metaphors of memory. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21, 165-168. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. (1998). Connectionist modeling and theorizing: Who does the explaining and how? Commentary on Green on connectionist-explanation. Psycoloquy, 9(18). [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. (1998). What's in a location? Comparing object-based and space-based models of feature integration in visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 127, 189-219. [PDF]

Koriat, A., Goldsmith, M., & Pansky, A. (2000). Toward a psychology of memory accuracy. Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 483-539. [PDF]

Koriat, A., Goldsmith, M., Schneider, W., & Nakash-Dura, M. (2001). The credibility of children’s testimony: Can children control the accuracy of their memory reports? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 79, 405-437.[PDF]

Goldsmith, M., Koriat, A., & Weinberg-Eliezer, A. (2002). The strategic regulation of grain size in memory reporting. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 131, 73-95. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M., & Yeari, M. (2003). Modulation of object-based attention under endogenous orienting: The role of attentional focus. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29, 897-918.[PDF]

Goldsmith, M., & Koriat, A. (2003). Dolphins on the witness stand? The comparative psychology of strategic memory monitoring and control. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 345-346. [PDF]

Koren, D., Seidman, L. J., Poyurovsky, M., Goldsmith, M., Viksman, P., Zichel, S., & Klein, E. (2004). The neuropsychological basis of insight in first-episode schizophrenia: A pilotmetacognitive study. Schizophrenia Research, 70, 195-202. [PDF]

Koren, D., Poyurovsky, M., Seidman, L. J., Goldsmith, M., Wenger, S., & Klein, E. (2005). The neuropsychological basis of competence to consent in first-episode schizophrenia: A pilotmetacognitive study. Biological Psychiatry, 57, 609-616. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M., Koriat, A., & Pansky, A. (2005). Strategic regulation of grain size in memory reporting over time. Journal of Memory and Language (Special Issue on Metamemory), 52, 505-525. [PDF]

Koren, D., Seidman, L. J., Goldsmith, M., & Harvey, P. D. (2006). Real world cognitive—and metacognitive—dysfunction in schizophrenia: A new approach for measuring (and remediating) more “right stuff.” Schizophrenia Bulletin, 32, 310-326. [PDF]

Ackerman, R. & Goldsmith, M. (2008). Control over grain size in memory reporting—with and without satisficing knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 34, 1224-1245.[PDF]

Pansky, A., Goldsmith, M., Koriat, A., & Pearlman-Avnion, S. (2009). Memory accuracy in old age: Cognitive, metacognitive, and neurocognitive determinants. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology (special issue on Aging, Cognition, and Neuroscience), 21, 303-329. [PDF]

Yeari, M. & Goldsmith, M. (2010). Is object-based attention mandatory? Strategic control over mode of attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 36, 565-579. [PDF]

Mulder, R.V. De, Noortwijk, C. van, Goldsmith M., Pansky, A., Koriat, A., Kadouri-Labin S. (2010), CORMAS: A Computerized Tool for the Analysis of Eyewitness Memory Correspondence. European Journal of Law and Technology, 1(3), 1-18. [PDF]

Yeari, M., & Goldsmith, M. (2011).Organizational and spatial dynamics of attentional focusing in hierarchically structured objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37, 758-780. [PDF]

Ackerman, R., & Goldsmith, M. (2011). Metacognitive regulation of text learning: On screen versus on paper. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17, 18-32. [PDF]

Halamish, V., Goldsmith, M., & Jacoby, L. L. (2012).Source constrained recall: Strategic control of production quality. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 38, 1-15[PDF]

Goldsmith, M., & Yeari, M. (2012). Central cue discriminability modulates object-based attention by changing spatial attention. Experimental Psychology, 59, 132–137. [PDF]

Ben Shachar, A., Lazarov, A., Goldsmith, M., Moran, R., & Dar, R. (2013).Exploring metacognitive components of confidence and control in individuals with obsessive-compulsive tendencies. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 44, 255-261. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2014). Metacognitive effects of initial question difficulty on subsequent memory performance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 1255–1262. [PDF]

Hebscher, M., Barkan-Abramski, M., Goldsmith, M., Aharon-Peretz, J., & Gilboa, A. (2015). Memory, decision-making, and the ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmpfc): The roles of subcallosal and posterior orbitofrontal cortices in monitoring and control processes. Cerebral Cortex, 1-12.

Yeari, M., & Goldsmith, M. (2015). Hierarchical navigation of visual attention: Orienting and focusing within and between hierarchically structured objects. Experimental Psychology, 62, 353-370.


Articles or Chapters in Scientific Books (not Conference Proceedings)

Kimchi, R. & Goldsmith, M. (1992). Structure and process in perceptual organization. In B. Burns (Ed.), Percepts concepts and categories: The representation and processing of information (pp. 77-105). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publications. [PDF]

Kimchi, R. & Goldsmith, M. (1992). Commentary on “An essay on texture: The extraction of stimulus structure from the visual image,” by E. A. Essock. In B. Burns (Ed.), Percepts concepts and categories: The representation and processing of information (pp. 37-38). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publications.

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1996). Memory as something that can be counted versus memory as something that can be counted on. In D. Herrmann, C. McEvoy, C. Hertzog, P. Hertel, & M. Johnson (Eds.), Basic and applied memory research: Practical applications, Vol. 2 (pp. 3-18). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. & Nevo, B. (1997). Artificial intelligence. In B. Nevo (Ed.), Human Intelligence (Vol. 2, pp. 565-633). Tel Aviv: The Open University of Israel (in Hebrew).

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (1998). The role of metacognitive processes in the regulation of memory performance. In G. Mazzoni & T. O. Nelson (Eds.), Metacognition and cognitive neuropsychology: Monitoring and control processes (pp. 97-118). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Goldsmith, M. & Koriat, A. (1999). The strategic regulation of memory reporting: Mechanisms and performance consequences. In D. Gopher & A. Koriat (Eds.), Cognitive regulation of performance: Interaction of theory and application. Attention and Performance XVII (pp. 373-400). Cambridge MA: MIT Press. [PDF]

Pansky, A., Koriat, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2005). Eyewitness recall and testimony. In N. Brewer & K. D. Williams (Eds.), Psychology and law: An empirical perspective (pp. 93-150). New York: Guilford Press. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. & Koriat, A. (2008). The strategic regulation of memory accuracy and informativeness. In A. Benjamin and B. Ross (Eds.), Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Vol. 48: Memory use as skilled cognition (pp. 1-60). San Diego, CA: Elsevier. [PDF]

Koriat, A. Goldsmith, M., & Halamish, V. (2008). Control processes in voluntary remembering.In H. L. Roediger, III (Ed.), Cognitive psychology of memory. Vol. 2 of Learning and memory: A comprehensive reference, 4 vols. (J. Byrne, Editor) (pp. 307-324). Oxford, UK: Elsevier. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. (2008). Did this really happen? The monitoring and control of human memory. In R.V. De Mulder (Ed.), Mitigating risk in the context of safety and security: How relevant is a rational approach?, (pp. 87-106). Rotterdam: Erasmus University. [PDF]

Koriat, A. & Goldsmith, M. (2010). Monitoring and control processes in the strategic regulation of memory accuracy (originally published in Psychological Review, 103, 490-517). Reprinted in Conway, M. & Moulin, M. (Eds.), Human Memory. SAGE Publications.

Koriat, A., Pansky, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2011). An output-bound perspective on false memories: the case of the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm. In A. Benjamin (Ed.), Successful remembering and successful forgetting (pp. 301 -332). Psychology Press. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. (2011).Quantity-accuracy profiles or type-2 signal detection measures? Similar methods toward a common goal. In P.A. Higham and J.P. Leboe (Eds.) Constructions of remembering and metacognition: Essays in honor of Bruce Whittlesea (pp. 128-136). Basingstoke: Palgrave-MacMillan. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M., Pansky, A., Koriat, A., Mulder, R.V. De, Noortwijk, C. van, Memon, A., & Markowitsch, H. (2011). The assessment of eyewitness memory: A multi-componential correspondence-oriented approach. In P. Kleve & K. van Noortwijk (Eds.), Something bigger than yourself: Essays in honor of Richard De Mulder (pp. 57-75). Rotterdam: Erasmus University.

Goldsmith, M., Pansky, A., & Koriat, A. (2014). Metacognitive control of memory reporting. In T. Perfect & D. S. Lindsay (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Applied Memory (pp. 481-500). London: Sage publications. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M. (2016). Metacognitive quality-control processes in memory retrieval and reporting. In J. Dunlosky & S. K. Tauber (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Metamemory, (pp. 357-385). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Articles in Conference Proceedings

Koren, D., Seidman, L. J., Goldsmith, M., Poyurovsky, M., Zichel, S., & Klein, E. (2001). Insight and awareness of deficits in first-episode schizophrenia: A metacognitive neuropsychological study. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 38, 14-15. Abstracts of the 6th Annual Meeting of the Israel Society for Biological Psychiatry.

Koren, D., Seidman, L. J., Goldsmith, M., Poyurovsky, M., Zichel, S., & Klein, E. (2001). Insight and awareness of illness in first-episode schizophrenia: A metacognitive neuropsychological study. Schizophrenia Research, 49 (supplement), p. 112. Abstracts of the 8th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research.

Yeari, M. & Goldsmith, M. (2006). Is object-based attention mandatory? Visual Cognition, 15, 119-123. Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) 2006 Conference Report.

Koren, D., Goldsmith, M., Viksman, P., & Seidman, L. J. (2007). Neurocognition and real-world social functioning in schizophrenia: We are not measuring and remediating all the "right stuff". Schizophrenia Bulletin, 33, p. 564. Abstracts of the 10th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research.

Ackerman, R. & Goldsmith, M. (2008).  Learning directly from screen? Oh-no, I must print it! Metacognitive analysis of digitally presented text learning. In Y. Eshet-Alkalai, A. Caspi, & N. Geri (Eds.), Proceedings of the Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research 2008: Learning in the Technological Era. Raanana: The Open University of Israel. Available online: http://telem-pub.openu.ac.il/users/chais/2008/after_noon/3_1.pdf

Baruch, O., Kimchi, R., Goldsmith, M. (2011). Attention is directed to distinguishing features during object recognition. Journal of Vision, 11, 866. [PDF]

Baruch, O., Kimchi, R., Goldsmith, M. (2012). Object recognition is an interactive iterative process. Journal of Vision, 12, 270.

Entries in Encyclopedias

Koriat, A., Goldsmith, M., & Pansky, A. (2003). Memory distortions and forgetting. Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science (Vol. 2, pp. 1076-1081). London: Nature Publishing Group. [PDF]

Other Scientific Publications

McKnight, A. J. & Goldsmith, M. (1979). National Energy Efficient Driving System (NEEDS) Phase I report: Voluntary fuel conservation methods. Phase II report: Evaluation of driver education and improved home vehicle use as methods of reducing fuel consumption. Prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT/NHTSA), Contract No. DOT-HS-7-01775.

Goldsmith, M. (1987). NICE: A software system for the management of SNA data communications networks. MAYDON—The Israel Journal for Information on Electronic Data Processing, 45, 28-35 (in Hebrew).

Goldsmith, M. & Razpurker, I. (1996). Simulation fidelity and level of skill acquisition in systems operation. IIPDM Technical Report No. 96/1 (in Hebrew). Prepared for the Israel Department of Defense.

Goldsmith, M. & Apfeld (Razpurker), I. (2000). The effect of simulation fidelity in training on different task components: Findings from a cognitive, perceptual and motor task. IIPDM Technical Report No. 2000/1 (in Hebrew). Prepared for the Israel Department of Defense.

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