David J. Turk

University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
Self and Memory
"David Turk"
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Hassall CD, Quinlan CK, Turk DJ, et al. (2016) A preliminary investigation into the neural basis of the production effect. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 70: 139-46
Hassall CD, Silver A, Turk DJ, et al. (2015) We are more selfish than we think: The endowment effect and reward processing within the human medial-frontal cortex. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-25
Conway MA, Pothos EM, Turk DJ. (2015) The self-relevance system? Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-2
Turk DJ, Gillespie-Smith K, Krigolson OE, et al. (2015) Selfish learning: The impact of self-referential encoding on children's literacy attainment Learning and Instruction. 40: 54-60
Cunningham SJ, Brebner JL, Quinn F, et al. (2014) The self-reference effect on memory in early childhood. Child Development. 85: 808-23
Ritchie KL, Bannerman RL, Turk DJ, et al. (2013) Eye rivalry and object rivalry in the intact and split-brain. Vision Research. 91: 102-7
Cunningham SJ, Vergunst F, Macrae CN, et al. (2013) Exploring early self-referential memory effects through ownership. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 31: 289-301
Truong G, Turk DJ, Handy TC. (2013) An unforgettable apple: memory and attention for forbidden objects. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 13: 803-13
Cunningham SJ, Brady-Van den Bos M, Gill L, et al. (2013) Survival of the selfish: contrasting self-referential and survival-based encoding. Consciousness and Cognition. 22: 237-44
Turk DJ, Brady-van den Bos M, Collard P, et al. (2013) Divided attention selectively impairs memory for self-relevant information. Memory & Cognition. 41: 503-10
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