Wei-Chun Wang

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
memory, priming, concepts
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Kelly S. Giovanello research assistant 2006-2008 UNC Chapel Hill
Andrew Yonelinas grad student 2008-2013 UC Davis
 (An examination of the behavioral and neural correlates of conceptual implicit memory, familiarity-based recognition, and cued recall.)
Roberto Cabeza post-doc 2013- Duke
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Wang WC, Brashier NM, Wing EA, et al. (2018) Neural Basis of Goal-Driven Changes in Knowledge Activation. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Wang WC, Wing EA, Murphy DLK, et al. (2018) Excitatory TMS Modulates Memory Representations. Cognitive Neuroscience
Wang WC, Brashier NM, Wing EA, et al. (2018) Knowledge Supports Memory Retrieval through Familiarity, Not Recollection. Neuropsychologia
Wang WC, Giovanello KS. (2016) The role of medial temporal lobe regions in incidental and intentional retrieval of item and relational information in aging. Hippocampus
Wang WC, Brashier NM, Wing EA, et al. (2016) On Known Unknowns: Fluency and the Neural Mechanisms of Illusory Truth. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-8
Wang WC, Dew IT, Cabeza R. (2015) Age-related differences in medial temporal lobe involvement during conceptual fluency. Brain Research. 1612: 48-58
Wang WC, Montchal ME, Yonelinas AP, et al. (2014) Hippocampal and parahippocampal cortex volume predicts recollection in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. 157: 319-20
Wang WC, Ranganath C, Yonelinas AP. (2014) Activity reductions in perirhinal cortex predict conceptual priming and familiarity-based recognition. Neuropsychologia. 52: 19-26
Koen JD, Aly M, Wang WC, et al. (2013) Examining the causes of memory strength variability: recollection, attention failure, or encoding variability? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 1726-41
Wang WC, Yonelinas AP, Ranganath C. (2013) Dissociable neural correlates of item and context retrieval in the medial temporal lobes. Behavioural Brain Research. 254: 102-7
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