Jason L. Hicks, Ph.D.

1998- Psychology Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, United States 
Episodic memory; prospective memory; source memory; recognition memory; false memory
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Guevara Pinto JD, Papesh MH, Hicks JL. (2021) Flexible attention allocation dynamically impacts incidental encoding in prospective memory. Memory & Cognition
Alakbarova D, Hicks JL, Ball BH. (2021) The influence of semantic context on false memories. Memory & Cognition
Papesh M, Hicks J, Guevara Pinto JD. (2019) Author accepted manuscript: Retrieval Dynamics of Recognition and Rejection. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021819836753
Hicks JL, Spitler SN, Papesh MH. (2019) Response dynamics of event-based prospective memory retrieval in mouse tracking. Memory & Cognition
Cherry KE, Lyon BA, Boudreaux EO, et al. (2019) Memory Self-Efficacy and Beliefs about Memory and Aging in Oldest-Old Adults in the Louisiana Healthy Aging Study (LHAS). Experimental Aging Research. 1-13
Starns JJ, Cataldo AM, Rotello CM, et al. (2019) Assessing Theoretical Conclusions With Blinded Inference to Investigate a Potential Inference Crisis Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. 2: 335-349
Hicks JL, Franks BA, Spitler SN. (2016) Prior Task Experience and Comparable Stimulus Exposure Nullify Focal and Nonfocal Prospective Memory Retrieval Differences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-31
Franks BA, Hicks JL. (2016) The reliability of criterion shifting in recognition memory is task dependent. Memory & Cognition
Hicks JL, Starns JJ. (2016) Successful cuing of gender source memory does not improve location source memory. Memory & Cognition. 44: 650-9
Hicks JL, Starns JJ. (2016) Successful cuing of gender source memory does not improve location source memory Memory and Cognition. 1-10
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