Lauren L. Richmond, PhD

Psychology Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
memory, aging
"Lauren Richmond"
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Matthew J. Hoptman research assistant 2006-2006 NKI, NYU
 (undergraduate internship)
Murray Grossman research assistant 2007-2009 Penn
Ingrid R. Olson grad student 2009-2013 Temple University
 (Combining working memory training and non-invasive brain stimulation to enhance the effects of training and transfer.)
Jeffrey M. Zacks post-doc 2013- Washington University
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Richmond LL, Sargent JQ, Zacks JM. (2022) Virtual navigation in healthy aging: Activation during learning and deactivation during retrieval predicts successful memory for spatial locations. Neuropsychologia. 173: 108298
Richmond LL, Brackins T, Rajaram S. (2022) Episodic Memory Performance Modifies the Strength of the Age-Brain Structure Relationship. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19
Richmond LL, Burnett LK, Morrison AB, et al. (2021) Performance on the processing portion of complex working memory span tasks is related to working memory capacity estimates. Behavior Research Methods
Morrison AB, Richmond LL. (2020) Offloading items from memory: individual differences in cognitive offloading in a short-term memory task. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 5: 1
Richmond LL, Sargent JQ, Flores S, et al. (2018) Age differences in spatial memory for mediated environments. Psychology and Aging
Richmond LL, Gold DA, Zacks JM. (2017) Event perception: Translations and applications. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 6: 111-120
Richmond LL, Zacks JM. (2017) Constructing Experience: Event Models from Perception to Action. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Wahlheim CN, Ball BH, Richmond LL. (2017) Adult Age Differences in Production and Monitoring in Dual-List Free Recall. Psychology and Aging
Richmond LL, Gold DA, Zacks JM. (2017) Improving Event Cognition: From the Laboratory to the Clinic Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 6: 153-157
Wahlheim CN, Richmond LL, Huff MJ, et al. (2016) Characterizing adult age differences in the initiation and organization of retrieval: A further investigation of retrieval dynamics in dual-list free recall. Psychology and Aging. 31: 786-797
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