Marianne E. Lloyd, Ph.D.

2005 State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
Cognitive Psychology
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Deanne L. Westerman grad student 2005 SUNY Binghamton
 (Reducing conjunction errors with metacognition.)
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Westerman DL, Miller JK, Lloyd ME. (2017) Revelation effects in remembering, forecasting, and perspective taking. Memory & Cognition
Moen KC, Miller JK, Lloyd ME. (2017) Selective attention meets spontaneous recognition memory: Evidence for effects at retrieval. Consciousness and Cognition. 49: 181-189
Lloyd ME, Hartman A, Ngo CT, et al. (2015) Not enough familiarity for fluency: definitional encoding increases familiarity but does not lead to fluency attribution in associative recognition. Memory & Cognition. 43: 39-48
Lloyd ME. (2013) Reducing the familiarity of conjunction lures with pictures. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 1609-14
Lloyd ME, Miller JK. (2011) Are two heuristics better than one? The fluency and distinctiveness heuristics in recognition memory Memory and Cognition. 39: 1264-1274
Lloyd ME, Doydum AO, Newcombe NS. (2009) Memory binding in early childhood: evidence for a retrieval deficit. Child Development. 80: 1321-8
Lloyd ME. (2007) Metamemorial influences in recognition memory: pictorial encoding reduces conjunction errors. Memory & Cognition. 35: 1067-73
Newcombe NS, Lloyd ME, Ratliff KR. (2007) Development of episodic and autobiographical memory: a cognitive neuroscience perspective. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 35: 37-85
Lloyd ME, Westerman DL, Miller JK. (2007) Familiarity from orthographic information: extensions of the recognition without identification effect. Memory & Cognition. 35: 107-12
Miller JK, Westerman DL, Lloyd ME. (2004) Are first impressions lasting impressions? An exploration of the generality of the primacy effect in memory for repetitions. Memory & Cognition. 32: 1305-15
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