William P. Wallace

University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
human memory, language processing
"William Wallace"
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Halcomb SH, Taylor JP, DeSouza KD, et al. (2008) False recognition following study of semantically related lists presented in jumbled word form. Memory (Hove, England). 16: 443-61
Ballardini N, Yamashita JA, Wallace WP. (2008) Presentation duration and false recall for semantic and phonological associates. Consciousness and Cognition. 17: 64-71
Wallace WP, Salapska-Gelleri J, Belz CL, et al. (2006) Phonetic-semantic mediated false recognition: does activation fail to spread? The American Journal of Psychology. 119: 585-617
Amberg MD, Yamashita JA, Wallace WP. (2004) Implicit word activation during pre-recognition processing influences correct recognition and estimates of presentation frequency. Memory (Hove, England). 12: 129-39
Wallace WP, Shaffer TR, Amberg MD, et al. (2001) Divided attention and prerecognition processing of spoken words and nonwords. Memory & Cognition. 29: 1102-10
Wallace WP, Malone CP, Spoo AD. (2000) Implicit word activation during prerecognition processing: false recognition and remember/know judgments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 7: 149-57
Wallace WP, Malone CP, Swiergosz MJ, et al. (2000) On the Generality of False Recognition Reversal Journal of Memory and Language. 43: 561-575
Wallace WP, Stewart MT, Shaffer TR, et al. (1998) Are false recognitions influenced by prerecognition processing? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 24: 299-315
Wallace WP, Stewart MT, Sherman HL, et al. (1995) False positives in recognition memory produced by cohort activation. Cognition. 55: 85-113
Wallace WP, Stewart MT, Malone CP. (1995) Recognition Memory Errors Produced by Implicit Activation of Word Candidates during the Processing of Spoken Words Journal of Memory and Language. 34: 417-439
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