Journal of Memory and Language

(The TQCC of Journal of Memory and Language is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
How many words do we read per minute? A review and meta-analysis of reading rate110
Working memory training involves learning new skills107
Forget me not: Encoding processes in value-directed remembering27
On the encapsulation of bilingual language control26
Remember dax? Relations between children’s cross-situational word learning, memory, and language abilities25
A computational model of reading across development: Effects of literacy onset on language processing22
Metaphor comprehension: An individual-differences approach21
Individual differences in working memory capacity and long-term memory: The influence of intensity of attention to items at encoding as measured by pupil dilation21
Domain-general auditory processing as an anchor of post-pubertal second language pronunciation learning: Behavioural and neurophysiological investigations of perceptual acuity, age, experience, develo20
The non-strategic nature of linguistic long-term memory effects in verbal short-term memory20
Language-general and language-specific phenomena in the acquisition of inflectional noun morphology: A cross-linguistic elicited-production study of Polish, Finnish and Estonian19
The Effect of Speaking Rate on the Role of the Uniqueness Point in Spoken Word Recognition19
Learning from failure: Errorful generation improves memory for items, not associations18
An investigation into the lexical boost with nonhead nouns13
Revisiting the attentional demands of rehearsal in working-memory tasks12
The role of prior knowledge in incremental associative learning: An empirical and computational approach12
The glottal stop between segmental and suprasegmental processing: The case of Maltese12
Distance-dependent memory for pictures and words11
I don’t remember vs. I don’t know: Phenomenological states associated with retrieval failures11
Scales and scalarity: Processing scalar inferences11
Voices in the mental lexicon: Words carry indexical information that can affect access to their meaning10
Distinguishing reality from fantasy in adults with autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from eye movements and reading10
Language control and lexical access in diglossic speech production: Evidence from variety switching in speakers of Swiss German10
Linear forgetting10
It depends: Optionality in the production of filler-gap dependencies10