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Some memories are odder than others : Judgments of episodic oddity violate known decision rules
(2011-05) - Journal article
Current decision models of recognition memory are based almost entirely on one paradigm, single item old/new judgments accompanied by confidence ratings. This task results in receiver operating characteristics (ROCs) that ...
Investigating the role of assessment method on reports of déjà vu and tip-of-the-tongue states during standard recognition tests
(2016-04-21) - Journal article
Déjà vu and tip-of-the-tongue (TOT) are retrieval-related subjective experiences whose study relies on participant self-report. In four experiments (ns = 224, 273, 123 and 154), we explored the effect of questioning method ...
Disambiguating past events: accurate source memory for time and context depends on different retrieval processes
(2016-07) - Journal article
Current animal models of episodic memory are usually based on demonstrating integrated memory for what happened, where it happened, and when an event took place. These models aim to capture the testable features of the ...
Differentiating the functional contributions of resting connectivity networks to memory decision-making : fMRI support for multi-stage control processes
(2015-06-29) - Journal article
Neural substrates of memory control are engaged when participants encounter unexpected mnemonic stimuli (e.g., a new word when told to expect an old word). The present fMRI study (n = 18) employed the likelihood cueing ...
What’s new in déjà vu?
(Peter Lang, 2015) - Book item
Recognition without identification, erroneous familiarity, and déjà vu
(2010-06) - Journal article
Déjà vu is characterized by the recognition of a situation concurrent with the awareness that this recognition is inappropriate. Although forms of déjà vu resolve in favor of the inappropriate recognition and therefore ...
Prefrontal cortex contributions to controlled memory judgment : fMRI evidence from adolescents and young adults
(2012-12) - Journal article
Cortical regions supporting cognitive control and memory judgment are structurally immature in adolescents. Here we studied adolescents (13-15 y.o.) and young adults (20-22 y.o.) using a recognition memory paradigm that ...
Novel insights into false recollection : A model of déjà vécu
(2010) - Journal article
The thesis of this paper is that deja experiences can be separated into two forms: deja vu, arising from the erroneous sensation of familiarity, and deja vecu, arising from the erroneous sensation of recollection. We ...
The persistence of erroneous familiarity in an epileptic male : Challenging perceptual theories of déjà vu activation
(2008-11) - Journal article
We report the case of a 39-year-old, temporal lobe epileptic male, MH. Prior to complex partial seizure, experienced up to three times a day, MH often experiences an aura experienced as a persistent sensation of deja vu. ...
Question format shifts bias away from the emphasised response in tests of recognition memory
(2014-11) - Journal article
The question asked to interrogate memory has potential to influence response bias at retrieval, yet has not been systematically investigated. According to framing effects in the field of eyewitness testimony, retrieval ...