William J. Friedman

Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, United States 
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Jack F, Friedman W, Reese E, et al. (2016) Age-related differences in memory for time, temporal reconstruction, and the availability and use of temporal landmarks Cognitive Development. 37: 53-66
Roberts KP, Brubacher SP, Drohan-Jennings DM, et al. (2015) Developmental Differences in the Ability to Provide Temporal Information About Repeated Events Applied Cognitive Psychology. 29: 407-417
Janssen SM, Naka M, Friedman WJ. (2013) Why does life appear to speed up as people get older? Time & Society. 22: 274-290
Wandrey L, Lyon TD, Quas JA, et al. (2012) MALTREATED CHILDREN'S ABILITY TO ESTIMATE TEMPORAL LOCATION AND NUMEROSITY OF PLACEMENT CHANGES AND COURT VISITS. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law : An Official Law Review of the University of Arizona College of Law and the University of Miami School of Law. 18: 79-104
Friedman WJ. (2011) Commentary: The Past and Present of the Future. Cognitive Development. 26: 397-402
Friedman WJ, Reese E, Dai X. (2011) Children's memory for the times of events from the past years Applied Cognitive Psychology. 25: 156-165
Friedman WJ, Janssen SM. (2010) Do people remember the temporal proximity of unrelated events? Memory & Cognition. 38: 1122-36
Friedman WJ, Janssen SM. (2010) Aging and the speed of time. Acta Psychologica. 134: 130-41
Friedman WJ, Cederborg A, Hultman E, et al. (2009) Children's memory for the duration of a paediatric consultation Applied Cognitive Psychology. 24: 545-556
Friedman WJ. (2007) The development of temporal metamemory. Child Development. 78: 1472-91
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