Daniel M. Bernstein

2001 Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
"Daniel Bernstein"
Mean distance: 27878.1 (cluster 14)


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Bruce W A Whittlesea grad student 2001 Simon Fraser
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Bodner GE, Jamieson RK, Cormack DT, et al. (2016) The production effect in recognition memory: Weakening strength can strengthen distinctiveness. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 70: 93-8
Coolin A, Erdfelder E, Bernstein DM, et al. (2016) Inhibitory control underlies individual differences in older adults' hindsight bias. Psychology and Aging. 31: 224-38
Begeer S, Bernstein DM, Aßfalg A, et al. (2015) Equal egocentric bias in school-aged children with and without autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 144: 15-26
Newman EJ, Garry M, Unkelbach C, et al. (2015) Truthiness and Falsiness of Trivia Claims Depend on Judgmental Contexts. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Bernstein DM, Scoboria A, Arnold R. (2015) The consequences of suggesting false childhood food events. Acta Psychologica. 156: 1-7
Coolin A, Erdfelder E, Bernstein DM, et al. (2015) Explaining individual differences in cognitive processes underlying hindsight bias. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22: 328-48
Coburn PI, Bernstein DM, Begeer S. (2014) A new paper and pencil task reveals adult false belief reasoning bias. Psychological Research
Sager B, Yanko MR, Spalek TM, et al. (2014) Motorcyclist's lane position as a factor in right-of-way violation collisions: a driving simulator study. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 72: 325-9
Coolin A, Bernstein DM, Thornton AE, et al. (2014) Age differences in hindsight bias: the role of episodic memory and inhibition. Experimental Aging Research. 40: 357-74
Newman EJ, Sanson M, Miller EK, et al. (2014) People with easier to pronounce names promote truthiness of claims. Plos One. 9: e88671
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