Keith Brandon Lyle

2005 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Keith Lyle"
Mean distance: 15.73 (cluster 15)


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Marcia K. Johnson grad student 2005 Yale
 (Feature importation: How false memories acquire details from real memories.)
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Lyle KB, Bego CR, Hopkins RF, et al. (2019) How the Amount and Spacing of Retrieval Practice Affect the Short- and Long-Term Retention of Mathematics Knowledge Educational Psychology Review. 32: 277-295
Lyle KB. (2018) Effects of handedness consistency and saccade execution on eyewitness memory in cued- and free-recall procedures. Memory (Hove, England). 1-12
Leppanen ML, Lyle KB. (2018) Making remembering more memorable. Memory (Hove, England). 1-14
Lyle KB, Dombroski BA, Faul L, et al. (2017) Bimanual coordination positively predicts episodic memory: A combined behavioral and MRI investigation. Brain and Cognition. 118: 71-79
Hirst W, Phelps EA, Meksin R, et al. (2015) A ten-year follow-up of a study of memory for the attack of September 11, 2001: Flashbulb memories and memories for flashbulb events. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 144: 604-23
Lyle KB, Edlin JM. (2015) Why does saccade execution increase episodic memory retrieval? A test of the top-down attentional control hypothesis. Memory (Hove, England). 23: 187-202
Edlin JM, Carris EK, Lyle KB. (2013) Memory for hand-use depends on consistency of handedness. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 555
Edlin JM, Lyle KB. (2013) The effect of repetitive saccade execution on the attention network test: enhancing executive function with a flick of the eyes. Brain and Cognition. 81: 345-51
Lyle KB, Hanaver-Torrez SD, Hackländer RP, et al. (2012) Consistency of handedness, regardless of direction, predicts baseline memory accuracy and potential for memory enhancement. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 38: 187-93
Lyle KB, Orsborn AE. (2011) Inconsistent handedness and saccade execution benefit face memory without affecting interhemispheric interaction. Memory (Hove, England). 19: 613-24
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