Jennifer A. Mangels

City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Episodic memory, attention, ERPs
"Jennifer Mangels"
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Whiteman RC, Mangels JA. (2020) State and Trait Rumination Effects on Overt Attention to Reminders of Errors in a Challenging General Knowledge Retrieval Task. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 2094
Abraham D, McRae K, Mangels JA. (2019) "A" for Effort: Rewarding Effortful Retrieval Attempts Improves Learning From General Knowledge Errors in Women. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1179
Mangels JA, Hoxha O, Lane SP, et al. (2017) Evidence that Disrupted Orienting to Evaluative Social Feedback Undermines Error Correction in Rejection Sensitive Women. Social Neuroscience
Mangels JA, Rodriguez S, Ochakovskaya Y, et al. (2017) Achievement Goal Task Framing and Fit With Personal Goals Modulate the Neurocognitive Response to Corrective Feedback Aera Open. 3: 233285841772087
Whiteman RC, Mangels JA. (2016) Rumination and Rebound from Failure as a Function of Gender and Time on Task. Brain Sciences. 6
Mangels JA, Good C, Whiteman RC, et al. (2012) Emotion blocks the path to learning under stereotype threat. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 7: 230-41
Guerra-Carrillo B, Rodriguez S, Mangels J. (2012) Focusing students on performance or mastery yields a double dissociation of the neural processes predicting subsequent memory F1000research. 3
Mangels JA, Manzi A, Summerfield C. (2010) The first does the work, but the third time's the charm: the effects of massed repetition on episodic encoding of multimodal face-name associations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 22: 457-73
Joerger TM, Mangels JA. (2008) Neural correlates of false memory disqualification by true recollection of feedback. Neuroreport. 19: 1695-8
Soldan A, Mangels JA, Cooper LA. (2008) Effects of dividing attention during encoding on perceptual priming of unfamiliar visual objects. Memory (Hove, England). 16: 873-95
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