Charles Beason Stone, PhD

Affiliations: 
John Jay College of Criminal Justice 
Area:
memory
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Bietti LM, Stone CB. (2019) Editors' Introduction: Remembering With Others: Conversational Dynamics and Mnemonic Outcomes. Topics in Cognitive Science
Jay ACV, Stone CB, Meksin R, et al. (2019) The Mnemonic Consequences of Jurors' Selective Retrieval During Deliberation. Topics in Cognitive Science
Dressaire D, Stone CB, Nielson KA, et al. (2015) Alexithymia impairs the cognitive control of negative material while facilitating the recall of neutral material in both younger and older adults. Cognition & Emotion. 29: 442-59
Stone CB, Luminet O, Takahashi M. (2015) Remembering Public, Political Events: A Cross-Cultural and -Sectional Examination of Australian and Japanese Public Memories Applied Cognitive Psychology. 29: 280-290
Hirst W, Stone CB. (2015) A unified approach to collective memory: Sociology, psychology and the extended mind The Ashgate Research Companion to Memory Studies. 103-116
Coman A, Stone CB, Castano E, et al. (2014) Justifying atrocities: the effect of moral-disengagement strategies on socially shared retrieval-induced forgetting. Psychological Science. 25: 1281-5
Stone CB, Hirst W. (2014) (Induced) Forgetting to form a collective memory Memory Studies. 7: 314-327
Bietti LM, Stone CB, Hirst W. (2014) Contextualizing human memory Memory Studies. 7: 267-271
Stone CB, van der Haegen A, Luminet O, et al. (2014) Personally relevant vs. nationally relevant memories: An intergenerational examination of World War II memories across and within Belgian French-speaking families Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 3: 280-286
Stone CB, Luminet O, Hirst W. (2013) Induced forgetting and reduced confidence in our personal past? The consequences of selectively retrieving emotional autobiographical memories. Acta Psychologica. 144: 250-7
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