Ian Dobbins

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
memory, neuroscience, prefrontal cortex
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Jaeger A, Dobbins IG. (2017) Revising recognition judgments during noisy recognition evidence accumulation: The dynamics of losses versus gains. Memory & Cognition
Selmeczy D, Dobbins IG. (2017) Ignoring Memory Hints: The Stubborn Influence of Environmental Cues on Recognition Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Mill RD, O'Connor AR, Dobbins IG. (2016) Pupil dilation during recognition memory: Isolating unexpected recognition from judgment uncertainty. Cognition. 154: 81-94
Konkel A, Selmeczy D, Dobbins IG. (2015) They can take a hint: Older adults effectively integrate memory cues during recognition. Psychology and Aging. 30: 781-94
Dobbins IG. (2015) Memory Attribution and Cognitive Control Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. 3: 519-527
Dillon DG, Dobbins IG, Pizzagalli DA. (2014) Weak reward source memory in depression reflects blunted activation of VTA/SN and parahippocampus. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9: 1576-83
Selmeczy D, Dobbins IG. (2014) Relating the content and confidence of recognition judgments. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 40: 66-85
Jaeger A, Konkel A, Dobbins IG. (2013) Unexpected novelty and familiarity orienting responses in lateral parietal cortex during recognition judgment. Neuropsychologia. 51: 1061-76
Selmeczy D, Dobbins IG. (2013) Metacognitive awareness and adaptive recognition biases. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 678-90
Jaeger A, Selmeczy D, O'Connor AR, et al. (2012) Prefrontal cortex contributions to controlled memory judgment: fMRI evidence from adolescents and young adults. Neuropsychologia. 50: 3745-56
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