Jennifer A. Mangels

Affiliations: 
City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Episodic memory, attention, ERPs
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Whiteman RC, Mangels JA. (2016) Rumination and Rebound from Failure as a Function of Gender and Time on Task. Brain Sciences. 6
Sklar EI, Parsons S, Li Z, et al. (2015) Evaluation of a trust-modulated argumentation-based interactive decision-making tool Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
Rodriguez S, Romero-Canyas R, Downey G, et al. (2013) When School Fits Me: How Fit Between Self-Beliefs and Task Benefits Boosts Math Motivation and Performance Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 35: 445-466
Mangels JA, Good C, Whiteman RC, et al. (2012) Emotion blocks the path to learning under stereotype threat. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 7: 230-41
Mangels JA, Manzi A, Summerfield C. (2010) The first does the work, but the third time's the charm: the effects of massed repetition on episodic encoding of multimodal face-name associations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 22: 457-73
Joerger TM, Mangels JA. (2008) Neural correlates of false memory disqualification by true recollection of feedback. Neuroreport. 19: 1695-8
Soldan A, Mangels JA, Cooper LA. (2008) Effects of dividing attention during encoding on perceptual priming of unfamiliar visual objects. Memory (Hove, England). 16: 873-95
Stern ER, Wager TD, Egner T, et al. (2007) Preparatory neural activity predicts performance on a conflict task. Brain Research. 1176: 92-102
Lai G, Mangels JA. (2007) Cueing effects on semantic and perceptual categorization: ERPs reveal differential effects of validity as a function of processing stage. Neuropsychologia. 45: 2038-50
Mangels JA, Butterfield B, Lamb J, et al. (2006) Why do beliefs about intelligence influence learning success? A social cognitive neuroscience model. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 1: 75-86
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