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Thomas O. Nelson grad student 1971-1975 University of Washington
 (Acquisition and Forgetting in Bilingual Memory.)
Earl B. Hunt post-doc 1975-1978 University of Washington
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Roberts BRT, Hu ZS, Curtis E, et al. (2023) Reading text aloud benefits memory but not comprehension. Memory & Cognition
Roberts BRT, MacLeod CM, Fernandes MA. (2023) Symbol superiority: Why $ is better remembered than 'dollar'. Cognition. 238: 105435
Tanberg P, Fernandes MA, MacLeod CM. (2022) Aging and directed forgetting: Evidence for an associative deficit but no evidence for an inhibition deficit. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale. 76: 210-217
Roberts BRT, MacLeod CM, Fernandes MA. (2022) The enactment effect: A systematic review and meta-analysis of behavioral, neuroimaging, and patient studies. Psychological Bulletin
MacLeod CM, Ozubko JD, Hourihan KL, et al. (2022) The production effect is consistent over material variations: support for the distinctiveness account. Memory (Hove, England). 1-8
Zhou Y, MacLeod CM. (2022) Production as a distinctive contextual cue for retrieving intentionally forgotten information. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Forrin ND, Huynh AC, Smith AC, et al. (2021) Attention spreads between students in a learning environment. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Ozubko JD, Sirianni LA, Ahmad FN, et al. (2021) Correction to: Recallable but not Recognizable: The Influence of Semantic Priming in Recall Paradigms. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Zhou Y, MacLeod CM. (2021) Production between and within: distinctiveness and the relative magnitude of the production effect. Memory (Hove, England). 1-12
Ozubko JD, Sirianni LA, Ahmad FN, et al. (2021) Recallable but not recognizable: The influence of semantic priming in recall paradigms. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
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