Dayna R. Touron

University of North Carolina - Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
meta-cognition, aging
"Dayna Touron"
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William J. Hoyer grad student 1996-2001 Syracuse
 (Does what we know affect how we learn? Adult age differences in the effects of item knowledge and rule knowledge on skill development.)
Christopher Hertzog post-doc 2001-2003 Georgia Tech
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Maillet D, Beaty RE, Jordano ML, et al. (2018) Age-related differences in mind-wandering in daily life. Psychology and Aging. 33: 643-653
Jordano ML, Touron DR. (2018) How often are thoughts metacognitive? Findings from research on self-regulated learning, think-aloud protocols, and mind-wandering. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Jordano ML, Touron DR. (2017) Priming performance-related concerns induces task-related mind-wandering. Consciousness and Cognition. 55: 126-135
Jordano ML, Touron DR. (2017) Stereotype Threat as a Trigger of Mind-Wandering in Older Adults. Psychology and Aging
Frank DJ, Touron DR. (2016) The Role of Task Understanding on Younger and Older Adults' Performance. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences
Frank DJ, Jordano ML, Browne K, et al. (2016) Older Adults' Use of Retrieval Strategies in Everyday Life. Gerontology
Rawson KA, Touron DR. (2015) Preservation of Memory-Based Automaticity in Reading for Older Adults. Psychology and Aging
Frank DJ, Nara B, Zavagnin M, et al. (2015) Validating older adults' reports of less mind-wandering: An examination of eye movements and dispositional influences. Psychology and Aging. 30: 266-78
Hines JC, Hertzog C, Touron DR. (2015) Younger and older adults weigh multiple cues in a similar manner to generate judgments of learning. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 1-19
Touron DR. (2015) Memory Avoidance by Older Adults: When “Old Dogs” Won’t Perform Their “New Tricks” Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24: 170-176
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