Matthew Schulkind

Affiliations: 
Amherst College, Amherst, MA, United States 
Area:
music cognition, autobiographical memory
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David C. Rubin grad student 1991-1997 Duke

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Philip C. Ko research assistant 2000-2001 Amherst College
Matthew Weber research assistant 2000-2002 Amherst College
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Schulkind MD, Davis SJ. (2013) The cohort model of melody identification: Evaluating primacy and similarity Psychology of Music. 41: 422-439
Schulkind MD, Rahhal TA, Klein MR, et al. (2012) The specificity and organisation of autobiographical memories. Memory (Hove, England). 20: 923-34
Schulkind M, Schoppel K, Scheiderer E. (2012) Gender differences in autobiographical narratives: he shoots and scores; she evaluates and interprets. Memory & Cognition. 40: 958-65
Schulkind MD. (2009) Is memory for music special? Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1169: 216-24
Schulkind MD, Woldorf GM. (2005) Emotional organization of autobiographical memory. Memory & Cognition. 33: 1025-35
Schulkind MD. (2004) Serial processing in melody identification and the organization of musical semantic memory. Perception & Psychophysics. 66: 1351-62
Schulkind MD. (2004) Conceptual and perceptual information both influence melody identification. Memory & Cognition. 32: 841-51
Schulkind MD. (2002) Feature modulation search: a novel memory search model that extends the perceptual interference effect to musical stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 28: 346-52
Schulkind MD. (2000) Perceptual interference decays over short unfilled intervals. Memory & Cognition. 28: 949-56
Logan GD, Schulkind MD. (2000) Parallel memory retrieval in dual-task situations: I. Semantic memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 26: 1072-90
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