David Gerkens, Ph.D.

Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
"David Gerkens"
Mean distance: 20.07 (cluster 8)


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Steven M. Smith grad student 2004 Texas A & M
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Smith SM, Gerkens DR, Angello G. (2015) Alternating Incubation Effects in the Generation of Category Exemplars Journal of Creative Behavior
Gunawan K, Gerkens DR. (2011) The recovery of blocked memories in repeated recall tests. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 102: 373-91
Blandón-Gitlin I, Gerkens D. (2010) The effects of photographs and event plausibility in creating false beliefs. Acta Psychologica. 135: 330-4
Barnhardt TM, Choi H, Gerkens DR, et al. (2006) Output position and word relatedness effects in a DRM paradigm: Support for a dual-retrieval process theory of free recall and false memories Journal of Memory and Language. 55: 213-231
Smith SM, Gerkens DR, Shah JJ, et al. (2005) Empirical studies of creative cognition in idea generation Creativity and Innovation in Organizational Teams. 3-20
Gerkens DR, Smith SM. (2004) Effects of perceptual modality on verbatim and gist memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 11: 143-9
Vaid J, Hull R, Heredia R, et al. (2003) Getting a joke: The time course of meaning activation in verbal humor Journal of Pragmatics. 35: 1431-1449
Smith SM, Gleaves DH, Pierce BH, et al. (2003) Eliciting and comparing false and recovered memories: An experimental approach Applied Cognitive Psychology. 17: 251-279
Shah JJ, Vargas-Hernandez N, Smith SM, et al. (2003) Empirical studies of design ideation: Alignment of design experiments with lab experiments Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 3: 847-856
Smith SM, Gerkens DR, Pierce BH, et al. (2002) The roles of associative responses at study and semantically guided recollection at test in false memory: The Kirkpatrick and Deese hypotheses Journal of Memory and Language. 47: 436-447
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