Chris Jarrold

Experimental Psychology University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
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AuBuchon AM, Elliott EM, Morey CC, et al. (2022) Lexical access speed and the development of phonological recoding during immediate serial recall. Journal of Cognition and Development : Official Journal of the Cognitive Development Society. 23: 624-643
Smith E, Hedge C, Jarrold C. (2019) A Novel Framework to Measure Executive Function in Down Syndrome With Applications for Early Clinical Diagnosis of Dementia. American Journal On Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 124: 354-373
Wout FV', O'Donnell M, Jarrold C. (2019) An investigation of children's working memory capacity for task rules Cognitive Development. 51: 14-31
Yanaoka K, Nakayama M, Jarrold C, et al. (2018) Determining the developmental requirements for hebb repetition learning in young children: Grouping, short-term memory, and their interaction. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Smith E, Næss KB, Jarrold C. (2017) Assessing pragmatic communication in children with Down syndrome. Journal of Communication Disorders. 68: 10-23
Jarrold C. (2017) The Mid-Career Award Working out how working memory works: evidence from typical and atypical development: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 70: 1747-1767
Wang X, Logie RH, Jarrold C. (2016) Interpreting potential markers of storage and rehearsal: Implications for studies of verbal short-term memory and neuropsychological cases. Memory & Cognition
Bayliss DM, Bogdanovs J, Jarrold C. (2015) Consolidating working memory: Distinguishing the effects of consolidation, rehearsal and attentional refreshing in a working memory span task Journal of Memory and Language. 81: 34-50
Roome HE, Towse JN, Jarrold C. (2014) How do selective attentional processes contribute to maintenance and recall in children's working memory capacity? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 1011
Smith E, Jarrold C. (2014) Grouping, semantic relation and imagery effects in individuals with Down syndrome. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 35: 3162-74
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