Zehra Peynircioglu

Affiliations: 
Psychology American University, Washington, DC, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Neuroscience Biology, Aging
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Oates JM, Peynircioglu ZF. (2016) Event-Based Prospective Memory Is Resistant but Not Immune to Proactive Interference. The American Journal of Psychology. 129: 419-427
Brandler BJ, Peynircioglu ZF. (2015) A Comparison of the Efficacy of Individual and Collaborative Music Learning in Ensemble Rehearsals Journal of Research in Music Education. 63: 281-297
Rabinovitz BE, Peynircioglu ZF. (2014) Flexibility of temporal order in musical and linguistic recognition. The American Journal of Psychology. 127: 87-106
Rabinovitz BE, Peynircioğlu ZF. (2011) Feeling-of-knowing for songs and instrumental music. Acta Psychologica. 138: 74-84
Korenman LM, Peynircioglu ZF. (2007) Individual differences in learning and remembering music: Auditory versus visual presentation Journal of Research in Music Education. 55: 48-64
Korenman LM, Peynircioglu ZF. (2004) The role of familiarity in episodic memory and metamemory for music. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 30: 917-22
Rubenstein CS, Peynircioglu ZF, Chambless DL, et al. (1993) Memory in sub-clinical obsessive-compulsive checkers. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 31: 759-65
Peynircioglu ZF, Tekcan AI. (1993) Word Perception in Two Languages Journal of Memory and Language. 32: 390-401
Watkins MJ, Peynircioglu ZF. (1990) The Revelation Effect: When Disguising Test Items Induces Recognition Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 16: 1012-1020
Watkins MJ, Peynircioglu ZF. (1984) Determining perceived meaning during impression formation: Another look at the meaning change hypothesis Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 46: 1005-1016
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