Harlene Hayne, Ph.D

Psychology University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
"Harlene Hayne"
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Rachel Barr grad student University of Otago
Kana Imuta grad student University of Otago
Rachel Zajac grad student (PsychTree)
Fiona Jack grad student 2004-2007 University of Otago (PsychTree)
Helena McAnally grad student 2006-2009 University of Otago (PsychTree)
Damian Scarf post-doc University of Otago
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Zhang W, Gross J, Hayne H. (2018) Mood impedes monitoring of emotional false memories: evidence for the associative theories. Memory (Hove, England). 1-11
Imuta K, Scarf D, Carson S, et al. (2017) Children's Learning and Memory of an Interactive Science Lesson: Does the Context Matter? Developmental Psychology
Scarf D, Boden H, Labuschagne LG, et al. (2017) "What" and "where" was when? Memory for the temporal order of episodic events in children. Developmental Psychobiology
Zhang W, Gross J, Hayne H. (2017) If You're Happy and You Know It: Positive Moods Reduce Age-Related Differences in False Memory. Child Development
Hayne H, Gross J. (2016) Memory by association: Integrating memories prolongs retention by two-year-olds. Infant Behavior & Development. 46: 7-13
Hayne H, Jaeger K, Sonne T, et al. (2016) Visual attention to meaningful stimuli by 1- to 3-year olds: implications for the measurement of memory. Developmental Psychobiology. 58: 808-816
Hayne H, Barr R. (2016) The apple doesn't fall far from the tree: Introduction to the special issue in honor of Carolyn Rovee-Collier. Developmental Psychobiology
Macleod E, Woolford J, Hobbs L, et al. (2016) Interviews with children about their mental health problems: The congruence and validity of information that children report. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Anderson L, Gross J, Sonne T, et al. (2016) Where There's Smoke, There's Fire: the Effect of Truncated Testimony on Juror Decision-making. Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Zhang W, Gross J, Hayne H. (2016) The effect of mood on false memory for emotional DRM word lists. Cognition & Emotion. 1-12
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