Moses M. Langley

Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Robert West grad student 2010 Iowa State
 (An event-related potential investigation of the neural representations that support familiarity-based picture recognition.)
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Chan JC, Langley MM. (2011) Paradoxical effects of testing: retrieval enhances both accurate recall and suggestibility in eyewitnesses. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 37: 248-55
West R, Langley MM, Bailey K. (2011) Signaling a switch: neural correlates of task switching guided by task cues and transition cues. Psychophysiology. 48: 612-23
West R, Bailey K, Langley MM. (2009) An investigation of the neural correlates of attention and effector switching using ERPs. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 9: 190-201
Langley MM, Cleary AM, Kostic BN, et al. (2008) Picture recognition without picture identification: a method for assessing the role of perceptual information in familiarity-based picture recognition. Acta Psychologica. 127: 103-13
Langley MM, Cleary AM, Kostic BN. (2007) On the use of wireless response systems in experimental psychology: implications for the behavioral researcher. Behavior Research Methods. 39: 816-23
Cleary AM, Morris AL, Langley MM. (2007) Recognition memory for novel stimuli: the structural regularity hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 33: 379-93
Cleary AM, Langley MM. (2007) Retention of the structure underlying sentences Language and Cognitive Processes. 22: 614-628
Cleary AM, Langley MM, Seiler KR. (2004) Recognition without picture identification: geons as components of the pictorial memory trace. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 11: 903-8
Scott K, Kingsbury D, Bennett S, et al. (2000) Effects of cricket ball colour and illuminance levels on catching behaviour in professional cricketers. Ergonomics. 43: 1681-8
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