Ayanna K. Thomas

Tufts University, Boston 
"Ayanna Thomas"
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Elizabeth F. Loftus grad student 2001 University of Washington
 (Changing belief to memory: The role of sensory -enhanced imagination and semantic activation in the creation and quality of false memories.)
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Mason LA, Thomas AK, Taylor HA. (2024) Metacognitive judgment formation during map learning: Evidence for global monitoring. Cognition. 246: 105743
Ratzan A, Siegel M, Karanian JM, et al. (2024) Intrinsic functional connectivity in medial temporal lobe networks is associated with susceptibility to misinformation. Memory (Hove, England). 1-13
Thomas AK, Wulff AN. (2023) What the Acute Stress Response Suggests about Memory. Topics in Cognitive Science
Thomas AK. (2023) Memory and cognition: shifting approaches to how we do science. Memory & Cognition. 51: 1-3
Mason LA, Thomas AK, Taylor HA. (2022) On the proposed role of metacognition in environment learning: recommendations for research. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 7: 104
Hughes GI, Thomas AK. (2022) When Memory and Metamemory Align: How Processes at Encoding Influence Delayed Judgment-of-Learning Accuracy. Journal of Intelligence. 10
Swire-Thompson B, Dobbs M, Thomas A, et al. (2022) Memory failure predicts belief regression after the correction of misinformation. Cognition. 230: 105276
Bulevich JB, Gordon LT, Hughes GI, et al. (2022) Are witnesses able to avoid highly accessible misinformation? Examining the efficacy of different warnings for high and low accessibility postevent misinformation. Memory & Cognition
Mazerolle M, Smith AM, Torrance M, et al. (2021) Understanding Older Adults' Memory Distortion in the Light of Stereotype Threat. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 628696
Meyers ZR, McCurdy MP, Leach RC, et al. (2020) Effects of Survival Processing on Item and Context Memory: Enhanced Memory for Survival-Relevant Details. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 2244
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