Myra A. Fernandes, Ph.D.

2001 University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Memory, attention, face and object perception
"Myra Fernandes"
Mean distance: 15.21 (cluster 15)


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Morris Moscovitch grad student 2001 University of Toronto
 (Divided attention effects on retrieval from episodic memory.)
Cheryl L. Grady post-doc 2001-2004 University of Toronto
 (Topic: Divided attention and aging. Source: Personal communication (Grady, 2019))
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Roberts BRT, Fernandes MA, MacLeod CM. (2020) Re-evaluating whether bilateral eye movements influence memory retrieval. Plos One. 15: e0227790
Wammes JD, Jonker TR, Fernandes MA. (2019) Drawing improves memory: The importance of multimodal encoding context. Cognition. 191: 103955
Meade ME, Wammes JD, Fernandes MA. (2019) Comparing the influence of doodling, drawing, and writing at encoding on memory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale. 73: 28-36
Meade ME, Wammes JD, Fernandes MA. (2018) Drawing as an Encoding Tool: Memorial Benefits in Younger and Older Adults. Experimental Aging Research. 1-28
Wammes JD, Roberts BRT, Fernandes MA. (2018) Task preparation as a mnemonic: The benefits of drawing (and not drawing). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Wammes JD, Meade ME, Fernandes MA. (2017) Creating a Recollection-Based Memory Through Drawing. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wammes JD, Meade ME, Fernandes MA. (2017) Learning terms and definitions: Drawing and the role of elaborative encoding. Acta Psychologica. 179: 104-113
Wammes JD, Fernandes MA. (2017) The residual protective effects of enactment. Cognition. 164: 87-101
Wammes JD, Good TJ, Fernandes MA. (2016) Autobiographical and episodic memory deficits in mild traumatic brain injury. Brain and Cognition. 111: 112-126
Fernandes MA, Wammes JD, Priselac S, et al. (2016) Interfering with free recall of words: Detrimental effects of phonological competition. Neuropsychologia
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