Amy H. Criss, Ph.D.

Psychology Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
"Amy Criss"
Mean distance: 14.24 (cluster 15)


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Richard M. Shiffrin grad student 1997-2004 Indiana University
 (The representation of single items and associations in episodic memory.)
James L. McClelland post-doc Carnegie Mellon


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Asli Kilic grad student 2007-2012 Syracuse
Nathaniel R. Thomas grad student 2014 Syracuse
William R. Aue grad student 2008-2014 Syracuse
Sharon Chen grad student 2015-2020 Syracuse
Gregory J. Koop post-doc 2012- Syracuse
Pernille Hemmer post-doc 2011-2012 Syracuse
Gregory Edward Cox post-doc 2015-2018 Syracuse
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Cox GE, Criss AH. (2020) Similarity leads to correlated processing: A dynamic model of encoding and recognition of episodic associations. Psychological Review
Koop GJ, Criss AH, Pardini AM. (2019) A strength-based mirror effect persists even when criterion shifts are unlikely. Memory & Cognition
Chen S, Malmberg KJ, Prince M, et al. (2018) The effect of perceptual information on output interference. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Aue WR, Fontaine JM, Criss AH. (2018) Examining the role of context variability in memory for items and associations. Memory & Cognition
Cox GE, Hemmer P, Aue WR, et al. (2018) Information and processes underlying semantic and episodic memory across tasks, items, and individuals. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 147: 545-590
Cox GE, Criss AH. (2017) Parallel interactive retrieval of item and associative information from event memory. Cognitive Psychology. 97: 31-61
Criss A, Salomão C, Malmberg KJ, et al. (2017) Release from Output Interference in Recognition Memory: A Test of the Attention Hypothesis. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-30
Kılıç A, Criss AH, Malmberg KJ, et al. (2016) Models that allow us to perceive the world more accurately also allow us to remember past events more accurately via differentiation. Cognitive Psychology. 92: 65-86
Koop GJ, Criss AH. (2015) The Response Dynamics of Recognition Memory: Sensitivity and Bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Aue WR, Criss AH, Prince MA. (2015) Dynamic memory searches: Selective output interference for the memory of facts. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
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