Ed L. DeLosh

Affiliations: 
Psychology Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
Area:
Memory, educational psycohology
Website:
http://lamar.colostate.edu/~delosh/
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Rowland CA, DeLosh EL. (2015) Mnemonic benefits of retrieval practice at short retention intervals. Memory (Hove, England). 23: 403-19
Rowland CA, Bates LE, DeLosh EL. (2014) On the reliability of retrieval-induced forgetting. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1343
Rowland CA, DeLosh EL. (2014) Benefits of testing for nontested information: retrieval-induced facilitation of episodically bound material. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1516-23
Rowland CA, Littrell-Baez MK, Sensenig AE, et al. (2014) Testing effects in mixed- versus pure-list designs. Memory & Cognition. 42: 912-21
Cleary AM, DeLosh EL. (2012) Wireless response systems: 'Clicker' uses and benefits in and out of the classroom Handbook of Technology in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neurology: Theory, Research, and Practice. 59-68
Sensenig AE, Littrell-Baez MK, Delosh EL. (2011) Testing effects for common versus proper names. Memory (Hove, England). 19: 664-73
Bugg JM, Delosh EL, McDaniel MA. (2008) Improving students' study habits by demonstrating the mnemonic benefits of semantic processing Teaching of Psychology. 35: 96-98
Bugg JM, DeLosh EL, Davalos DB, et al. (2007) Age differences in Stroop interference: contributions of general slowing and task-specific deficits. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 14: 155-67
Merritt PS, DeLosh EL, McDaniel MA. (2006) Effects of word frequency on individual-item and serial order retention: tests of the order-encoding view. Memory & Cognition. 34: 1615-27
Bugg JM, DeLosh EL, Clegg BA. (2006) Physical activity moderates time-of-day differences in older adults' working memory performance. Experimental Aging Research. 32: 431-46
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