William R. Aue, PhD

2021- Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, United States 
Memory, attention, decision making
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Amy H. Criss grad student 2008-2014 Syracuse
 (Understanding proactive facilitation in cued recall.)
Jeffrey Denyes Karpicke post-doc Purdue
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Aue WR, Fontaine JM, Criss AH. (2018) Examining the role of context variability in memory for items and associations. Memory & Cognition
Cox GE, Hemmer P, Aue WR, et al. (2018) Information and processes underlying semantic and episodic memory across tasks, items, and individuals. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 147: 545-590
Criss A, Salomão C, Malmberg KJ, et al. (2017) Release from Output Interference in Recognition Memory: A Test of the Attention Hypothesis. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-30
Aue WR, Criss AH, Novak MD. (2017) Evaluating mechanisms of proactive facilitation in cued recall Journal of Memory and Language. 94: 103-118
Aue WR, Criss AH, Prince MA. (2015) Dynamic memory searches: Selective output interference for the memory of facts. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Howard MW, Shankar KH, Aue WR, et al. (2015) A distributed representation of internal time. Psychological Review. 122: 24-53
Karpicke JD, Aue WR. (2015) The Testing Effect Is Alive and Well with Complex Materials Educational Psychology Review. 27: 317-326
Criss AH, Aue W, Kılıç A. (2014) Age and response bias: evidence from the strength-based mirror effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 67: 1910-24
Karpicke JD, Lehman M, Aue WR. (2014) Retrieval-Based Learning. An Episodic Context Account. Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory. 61: 237-284
Aue WR, Criss AH, Fischetti NW. (2012) Associative information in memory: Evidence from cued recall Journal of Memory and Language. 66: 109-122
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