Charles Beason Stone, PhD

John Jay College of Criminal Justice 
"Charles Stone"
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Stone CB, Guan L, LaBarbera G, et al. (2022) Why do people share memories online? An examination of the motives and characteristics of social media users. Memory (Hove, England). 1-15
Stone CB, Luminet O, Jay AC, et al. (2020) Do public speeches induce “collective” forgetting?: The Belgian King’s 2012 summer speech as a case study Memory Studies. 175069801990094
Bietti LM, Stone CB. (2019) Editors' Introduction: Remembering With Others: Conversational Dynamics and Mnemonic Outcomes. Topics in Cognitive Science
Jay ACV, Stone CB, Meksin R, et al. (2019) The Mnemonic Consequences of Jurors' Selective Retrieval During Deliberation. Topics in Cognitive Science
Stone CB, Jay ACV. (2019) From the individual to the collective: The emergence of a psychological approach to collective memory Applied Cognitive Psychology. 33: 504-515
Stone CB, Wang Q. (2018) From Conversations to Digital Communication: The Mnemonic Consequences of Consuming and Producing Information via Social Media. Topics in Cognitive Science
Davis J, Bayantemur SY, Seecharan S, et al. (2018) Fluctuating confidence: the dynamic consequences of true/false affirmatives and denials on how a listener appraises their personal past. Memory (Hove, England). 1-12
Stone CB. (2018) Book review: Generations and Collective Memory Memory Studies. 11: 115-118
Stone CB, Gkinopoulos T, Hirst W. (2017) Forgetting history: The mnemonic consequences of listening to selective recountings of history Memory Studies. 10: 286-296
Dressaire D, Stone CB, Nielson KA, et al. (2015) Alexithymia impairs the cognitive control of negative material while facilitating the recall of neutral material in both younger and older adults. Cognition & Emotion. 29: 442-59
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