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Rubin, D. C.  (1975).  Within word structure in the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon.  Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 14, 392-397. 

Rubin, D. C.  (1977).  Very long-term memory for prose and verse.  Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 16, 611-621.  Reprinted in U. Neisser (Ed.), Memory observed: Remembering in natural contexts (1982, pp. 299-310).  San Francisco: W. H. Freeman.  Reprinted in U. Neisser & I. E. Hyman, Jr. (Eds.), Memory observed: Remembering in natural contexts: Second edition. (1999, pp. 383-392).  New York: Worth Publishers. 

Rubin, D. C., & Olson, M. J.  (1980).  Recall of semantic domains.  Memory and Cognition, 8, 354-366.

Rubin, D. C., & Kontis, T. C.  (1983).  A schema for common cents.  Memory and Cognition, 11, 335-341.

Kelly, M. H., & Rubin, D. C.  (1988).  Natural rhythmic patterns in English verse: Evidence from child counting-out rhymes.  Journal of Memory and Language, 27, 718-740

Rubin, D. C., & Wallace, W. T.  (1989).  Rhyme and reason: Analyses of dual retrieval cues.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 15, 698-709.

Hyman, I. E., Jr., & Rubin D. C.  (1990).  Memorabeatlia: A naturalistic study of long-term memory.  Memory and Cognition, 18, 205-214. 

Wallace, W. T., & Rubin, D. C.  (1991).  Characteristics and constraints in ballads and their effects on memory.  Discourse Processes, 14, 181-202. 

Rubin, D. C., Wallace, W. T., & Houston, B. C.  (1993).  The beginnings of expertise for ballads.  Cognitive Science, 17, 435-462. 

Rubin, D. C.  Ciobanu, V., & Langston, W. (1997).   Children’s memory for counting-out rhymes: A cross-language comparison.  Psychonomic Bullletin & Review, 4, 421-424. 

Rubin, D. C. (1998).  Knowledge and judgments about events that occurred prior to birth: The measurement of the persistence of information.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 5, 397-400. 

Schulkind, M. D., Hennis, L. K., & Rubin, D. C (1999).  Music, emotion and autobiographical memory: They’re playing your song. Memory & Cognition, 27, 948-955

Sheen, M., Kemp, S., & Rubin, D. C. (2001).  Twins dispute memory ownership: a new false memory phenomenon.  Memory & Cognition, 29, 779-788.  (reprinted in Robinson-Riegler, M. B., & Robinson-Riegler, G. L., (Eds).  (2004).  Readings in Cognitive Psychology: Applications, Connections, and Individual Differences (pp. 120-130).  Boston: Allyn & Bacon). 

Schulkind, M. D., Posner, R. I., & Rubin, D. C (2003).  Musical features that facilitate melody identification: How do you know it’s “your” song when they finally play it?  Music Perception, 21, 217-249.

Rubin, D. C.  (2008).  Mix levels of analysis with care; genres not at all.  Cultural analysis: An interdisciplinary forum on folklore and popular culture, 7, 66-71.

Deffler, S. A. Fox, C., Ogle, C. M., & Rubin, D. C. (2016).  All my children:  The roles of semantic category and phonetic similarity in the misnaming of familiar individuals.  Memory & Cognition, 44, 989-999. [does not thank grant]