William Hirst

New School for Social Research, New York, NY, United States 
social aspects of cognition and memory
"William Hirst"
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Ulric Neisser grad student 1972-1976 Cornell
George A. Miller post-doc 1976-1980 Rockefeller


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Catherine Hanson collaborator Princeton
 (On the Representation of Events, part of doctoral dissertation by Catherine Hanson)
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Kredlow MA, Oyarzún JP, Fan H, et al. (2023) Emotion language use in narratives of the 9/11 attacks predicts long-term memory. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Sozer EE, Yamashiro JK, Hirst W. (2023) Simulating conversations: A Markov chain model of a central speaker's mnemonic influence over a group of communicating listeners. Memory & Cognition
Cheriet N, Topçu M, Hirst W, et al. (2023) A day that America will remember: flashbulb memory, collective memory, and future thinking for the capitol riots. Memory (Hove, England). 31: 715-731
Dégeilh F, Lecouvey G, Hirst W, et al. (2021) Changes over 10 years in the retelling of the flashbulb memories of the attack of 11 September 2001. Memory (Hove, England). 1-11
Merck C, Yamashiro JK, Hirst W. (2020) Remembering the big game: social identity and memory for media events. Memory (Hove, England). 1-20
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
Cyr TG, Hirst W. (2019) Reflections on Conversations and Memory. Topics in Cognitive Science
Topcu MN, Hirst W. (2019) Remembering a nation's past to imagine its future: The role of event specificity, phenomenology, valence, and perceived agency. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Yamashiro JK, Hirst W. (2019) Convergence on collective memories: Central speakers and distributed remembering. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Jay ACV, Stone CB, Meksin R, et al. (2019) The Mnemonic Consequences of Jurors' Selective Retrieval During Deliberation. Topics in Cognitive Science
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