Amanda Gilchrist, Ph.D.

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2011 University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
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Cognitive Psychology
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Nelson Cowan grad student 2011 University of Missouri - Columbia
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Cowan N, AuBuchon AM, Gilchrist AL, et al. (2020) Developmental change in the nature of attention allocation in a dual task. Developmental Psychology
Gilchrist AL, Duarte A, Verhaeghen P. (2015) Retrospective cues based on object features improve visual working memory performance in older adults Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition
Gilchrist AL, Cowan N. (2014) A two-stage search of visual working memory: investigating speed in the change-detection paradigm. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 2031-50
Cowan N, AuBuchon AM, Gilchrist AL, et al. (2011) Age differences in visual working memory capacity: not based on encoding limitations. Developmental Science. 14: 1066-74
Gilchrist AL, Cowan N. (2011) Can the focus of attention accommodate multiple, separate items? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 37: 1484-502
Cowan N, Morey CC, AuBuchon AM, et al. (2010) Seven-year-olds allocate attention like adults unless working memory is overloaded. Developmental Science. 13: 120-33
Jarrold C, Tam H. (2010) Rehearsal and the development of working memory Cognitive Development and Working Memory: a Dialogue Between Neo-Piagetian Theories and Cognitive Approaches. 177-199
Gilchrist AL, Cowan N, Naveh-Benjamin M. (2009) Investigating the childhood development of working memory using sentences: new evidence for the growth of chunk capacity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 104: 252-65
Gilchrist AL, Cowan N, Naveh-Benjamin M. (2008) Working memory capacity for spoken sentences decreases with adult ageing: recall of fewer but not smaller chunks in older adults. Memory (Hove, England). 16: 773-87
Cowan N, Morey CC, Chen Z, et al. (2008) Theory and Measurement of Working Memory Capacity Limits Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory. 49: 49-104
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