Elizabeth J. Marsh

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
memory, knowledge neglect, metacognition, knowledge acquisition, false memories
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Brenda W Yang grad student 2015-
Shenyang Huang grad student 2021- Duke
Lisa K. Fazio grad student 2010 Duke
Andrea N. Eslick grad student 2011 Duke
Sharda Umanath grad student 2014 Duke
Hillary Grey Mullet grad student 2016 Duke
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Stanley ML, Stone AR, Marsh EJ. (2020) Cheaters claim they knew the answers all along. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Stanley ML, Marsh EJ, Kay AC. (2020) Structure-seeking as a psychological antecedent of beliefs about morality. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Brashier NM, Marsh EJ. (2019) Judging Truth. Annual Review of Psychology
Brashier NM, Eliseev ED, Marsh EJ. (2019) An initial accuracy focus prevents illusory truth. Cognition. 194: 104054
Stanley ML, Yang BW, Marsh EJ. (2019) When the Unlikely Becomes Likely: Qualifying Language Does Not Influence Later Truth Judgments Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 8: 118-129
Wang WC, Brashier NM, Wing EA, et al. (2018) Neural Basis of Goal-Driven Changes in Knowledge Activation. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Wang WC, Brashier NM, Wing EA, et al. (2018) Knowledge Supports Memory Retrieval through Familiarity, Not Recollection. Neuropsychologia
Butler AC, Black-Maier AC, Raley ND, et al. (2017) Retrieving and applying knowledge to different examples promotes transfer of learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 23: 433-446
Arnold KM, Umanath S, Thio K, et al. (2017) Understanding the Cognitive Processes Involved in Writing to Learn. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Brashier NM, Umanath S, Cabeza R, et al. (2017) Competing Cues: Older Adults Rely on Knowledge in the Face of Fluency. Psychology and Aging
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