Daniel Schacter

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Adrian W. Gilmore research assistant Department of Psychology - Harvard University
Michael D. Anes research assistant 1995-1997 Harvard University - Psychology Department
Jonathan Sage Beier research assistant 2001-2003 Harvard
Alana T. Wong research assistant 2005-2007 Harvard
Kenneth A. Norman grad student Harvard
Kevin Nicholas Ochsner grad student Harvard
Kevin P. Madore grad student 2011- Harvard
Chad J. Marsolek grad student 1990-1992 Harvard
Wilma Koutstaal grad student 1996 Harvard
Orville Jackson grad student 2003 Harvard
Anat Maril grad student 2003 Harvard
Jason Mitchell grad student 2003 Harvard
Amy Lyn Wiseman grad student 2006 Harvard
Elissa Aminoff grad student 2003-2008 Harvard
Elizabeth F. Chua grad student 2003-2008 Harvard
Katrin Daniela Gerlach grad student 2013 Harvard
Brendan Gaesser grad student 2014 Harvard
Andrew E. Budson post-doc Harvard
Ian Dobbins post-doc Harvard
Chad Dodson post-doc Harvard
Kelly S. Giovanello post-doc Harvard
Elizabeth Kensinger post-doc Harvard
Jessica Payne post-doc Harvard
Paul Seli post-doc
Jon S. Simons post-doc Harvard
Peggy L. St. Jacques post-doc Duke
Anthony D. Wagner post-doc Harvard
Gagan S. Wig post-doc Harvard
Donna Rose Addis post-doc 2005- Harvard
W. Dale Stevens post-doc 2005- Harvard
R. Nathan Spreng post-doc 2008- Harvard
Karl K. Szpunar post-doc 2010- Harvard
Preston P. Thakral post-doc 2015- Harvard
Tim Curran post-doc 1993-1995 Harvard
Moshe Bar post-doc 1998-2000 Harvard
David A. Gallo post-doc 2002-2005 Harvard University - Psychology Department
Scott D. Slotnick post-doc 2002-2005 Harvard
Angela H. Gutchess post-doc 2005-2007 Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University
Felipe De Brigard post-doc 2011-2013 Department of Psychology - Harvard University

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Gilmore AW, Quach A, Kalinowski SE, et al. (2021) Evidence supporting a time-limited hippocampal role in retrieving autobiographical memories. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Gilmore AW, Quach A, Kalinowski SE, et al. (2020) Dynamic content reactivation supports naturalistic autobiographical recall in humans. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Brashier NM, Schacter DL. (2020) Aging in an Era of Fake News. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 29: 316-323
Devitt AL, Thakral PP, Szpunar K, et al. (2020) Age-related changes in repetition suppression of neural activity during emotional future simulation. Neurobiology of Aging. 94: 287-297
Thakral PP, Madore KP, Kalinowski SE, et al. (2020) Modulation of hippocampal brain networks produces changes in episodic simulation and divergent thinking. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Seli P, O'Neill K, Carriere JSA, et al. (2020) Mind-wandering across the age gap: Age-related differences in mind-wandering are partially attributable to age-related differences in motivation. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences
Beaty RE, Chen Q, Christensen AP, et al. (2019) Default network contributions to episodic and semantic processing during divergent creative thinking: A representational similarity analysis. Neuroimage. 116499
Thakral PP, Madore KP, Schacter DL. (2019) The core episodic simulation network dissociates as a function of subjective experience and objective content. Neuropsychologia. 107263
Thakral PP, Madore KP, Addis DR, et al. (2019) Reinstatement of Event Details during Episodic Simulation in the Hippocampus. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Benoit RG, Paulus PC, Schacter DL. (2019) Forming attitudes via neural activity supporting affective episodic simulations. Nature Communications. 10: 2215
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