Karl K. Szpunar, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Memory
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Lanciano T, Alfeo F, Curci A, et al. (2024) The flashbulb-like nature of memory for the first COVID-19 case and the impact of the emergency. A cross-national survey. Memory (Hove, England). 1-19
Addis DR, Szpunar KK. (2023) On pattern completion, cues and future-oriented cognition. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 46: e357
Patel SP, McCurdy MP, Frankenstein AN, et al. (2022) The reciprocal relationship between episodic memory and future thinking: How the outcome of predictions is subsequently remembered. Brain and Behavior. e2603
Öner S, Watson LA, Adıgüzel Z, et al. (2022) Collective remembering and future forecasting during the COVID-19 pandemic: How the impact of COVID-19 affected the themes and phenomenology of global and national memories across 15 countries. Memory & Cognition
Shrikanth S, Szpunar KK. (2021) The good old days and the bad old days: evidence for a valence-based dissociation between personal and public memory. Memory (Hove, England). 1-13
Devitt AL, Thakral PP, Szpunar K, et al. (2020) Age-related changes in repetition suppression of neural activity during emotional future simulation. Neurobiology of Aging. 94: 287-297
Puig VA, Özbek M, Szpunar KK. (2019) A negativity bias in detail generation during event simulation. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Shrikanth S, Szpunar PM, Szpunar KK. (2018) Staying positive in a dystopian future: A novel dissociation between personal and collective cognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Szpunar KK, Chan JCK. (2018) Beyond communication: Episodic memory is key to the self in time. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e33
Chan JC, Manley KD, Davis SD, et al. (2018) Testing potentiates new learning across a retention interval and a lag: A strategy change perspective Journal of Memory and Language. 102: 83-96
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