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    1. Dywan, J; Segalowitz, SJ; Webster, L; Hendry, K; Harding, J
      Event-related potential evidence for age-related differences in attentional allocation during a source monitoring task

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    2. Newman, MC; Allen, JJB; Kaszniak, AW
      Tasks for assessing memory for temporal order versus memory for items in aging

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    3. Schwerdt, PR; Dopkins, S
      Memory for content and source in temporal lobe patients

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Glisky, EL; Rubin, SR; Davidson, PSR
      Source memory in older adults: An encoding or retrieval problem?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    5. Cycowicz, YM; Friedman, D; Snodgrass, JG; Duff, M
      Recognition and source memory for pictures in children and adults

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    6. O'Neill, DK; Chong, SCF
      Preschool children's difficulty understanding the types of information obtained through the five senses

      CHILD DEVELOPMENT
    7. Slotnick, SD; Klein, SA; Dodson, CS; Shimamura, AP
      An analysis of signal detection and threshold models of source memory

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    8. Mather, M; Johnson, MK; De Leonardis, DM
      Stereotype reliance in source monitoring: Age differences and neuropsychological test correlates

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    9. Jurica, PJ; Shimamura, AP
      Monitoring item and source information: Evidence for a negative generationeffect in source memory

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    10. Wilding, EL
      Separating retrieval strategies from retrieval success: an event-related potential study of source memory

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. DYWAN J
      TOWARD A NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL OF HYPNOTIC MEMORY EFFECTS

      The American journal of clinical hypnosis
    12. JOHNSON MK
      SOURCE MONITORING AND MEMORY DISTORTION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    13. ZOLA SM
      THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF RECOVERED MEMORY

      The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences
    14. ESBENSEN BM; TAYLOR M; STOESS C
      CHILDRENS BEHAVIORAL UNDERSTANDING OF KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION

      Cognitive development
    15. SCHACTER DL; KOUTSTAAL W; JOHNSON MK; GROSS MS; ANGELL KE
      FALSE RECOLLECTION INDUCED BY PHOTOGRAPHS - A COMPARISON OF OLDER ANDYOUNGER ADULTS

      Psychology and aging
    16. JENNINGS JM; JACOBY LL
      AN OPPOSITION PROCEDURE FOR DETECTING AGE-RELATED DEFICITS IN RECOLLECTION - TELLING EFFECTS OF REPETITION

      Psychology and aging
    17. FRIEDMAN D; KAZMERSKI V; FABIANI M
      AN OVER-VIEW OF AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN THE SCALP DISTRIBUTION OF P3B

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    18. CURRAN T; SCHACTER DL; NORMAN KA; GALLUCCIO L
      FALSE RECOGNITION AFTER A RIGHT FRONTAL-LOBE INFARCTION - MEMORY FOR GENERAL AND SPECIFIC INFORMATION

      Neuropsychologia
    19. WELCH LW; NIMMERRICHTER A; GILLILAND R; KING DE; MARTIN PR
      WINEGLASS CONFABULATIONS AMONG BRAIN-DAMAGED ALCOHOLICS ON THE WECHSLER MEMORY SCALE REVISED VISUAL REPRODUCTION SUBTEST

      Cortex
    20. RYBASH JM; RUBENSTEIN L; DELUCA KL
      HOW TO BECOME FAMOUS BUT NOT NECESSARILY RECOGNIZABLE - ENCODING PROCESSES AND STUDY-TEST DELAYS DISSOCIATE SOURCE MONITORING FROM RECOGNITION

      The American journal of psychology
    21. VINOGRADOV S; WILLISSHORE J; POOLE JH; MARTEN E; OBER BA; SHENAUT GK
      CLINICAL AND NEUROCOGNITIVE ASPECTS OF SOURCE MONITORING ERRORS IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      The American journal of psychiatry
    22. DEGLINNOCENTI A; BACKMAN L
      AGING AND SOURCE MEMORY - INFLUENCES OF INTENTION TO REMEMBER AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH FRONTAL-LOBE TESTS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    23. ERNGRUND K; MANTYLA T; NILSSON LG
      ADULT AGE-DIFFERENCES IN-SOURCE RECALL - A POPULATION-BASED STUDY

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    24. ERNGRUND K; MANTYLA T; RONNLUND M
      ACTING OR LISTENING - ADULT AGE-DIFFERENCES IN-SOURCE RECALL OF ENACTED AND NONENACTED STATEMENTS

      Journal of adult development
    25. MURNANE K; BAYEN UJ
      AN EVALUATION OF EMPIRICAL MEASURES OF SOURCE IDENTIFICATION

      Memory & cognition
    26. SCHACTER DL; CURRAN T; GALLUCCIO L; MILBERG WP; BATES JF
      FALSE RECOGNITION AND THE RIGHT FRONTAL-LOBE - A CASE-STUDY

      Neuropsychologia
    27. SCHACTER DL
      ILLUSORY MEMORIES - A COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE ANALYSIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    28. BENNETTO L; PENNINGTON BF; ROGERS SJ
      INTACT AND IMPAIRED MEMORY FUNCTIONS IN AUTISM

      Child development
    29. WILDING EL; RUGG MD
      AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY OF RECOGNITION MEMORY WITH AND WITHOUT RETRIEVAL OF SOURCE

      Brain
    30. BRANDT J; BYLSMA FW; AYLWARD EH; ROTHLIND J; GOW CA
      IMPAIRED SOURCE MEMORY IN HUNTINGTONS-DISEASE AND ITS RELATION TO BASAL GANGLIA ATROPHY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    31. SCHACTER DL; KAGAN J; LEICHTMAN MD
      TRUE AND FALSE MEMORIES IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS - A COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE PERSPECTIVE

      Psychology, public policy, and law
    32. BORNSTEIN BH; LECOMPTE DC
      A COMPARISON OF ITEM AND SOURCE FORGETTING

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    33. GLISKY EL; POLSTER MR; ROUTHIEAUX BC
      DOUBLE DISSOCIATION BETWEEN ITEM AND SOURCE MEMORY

      Neuropsychology
    34. JOHNSON MK; DELEONARDIS DM; HASHTROUDI S
      AGING AND SINGLE VERSUS MULTIPLE CUES IN-SOURCE MONITORING

      Psychology and aging
    35. SPENCER WD; RAZ N
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AGING ON MEMORY FOR CONTENT AND CONTEXT - A METAANALYSIS

      Psychology and aging
    36. BROWN AS; JONES EM; DAVIS TL
      AGE-DIFFERENCES IN CONVERSATIONAL SOURCE MONITORING

      Psychology and aging
    37. SCHACTER DL; CURRAN T
      THE COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE OF FALSE MEMORIES

      Psychiatric annals
    38. RYBASH JM; COLILLA JL
      SOURCE MEMORY DEFICITS AND FRONTAL-LOBE FUNCTIONING IN CHILDREN

      Developmental neuropsychology
    39. GOLDMAN WP; WINOGRAD E; GOLDSTEIN FC; OJILE J; GREEN RC
      SOURCE MEMORY IN MILD-TO-MODERATE ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    40. DYWAN J; SEGALOWITZ SJ; WILLIAMSON L
      SOURCE MONITORING DURING NAME RECOGNITION IN OLDER ADULTS - PSYCHOMETRIC AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES

      Psychology and aging
    41. SCHACTER DL; OSOWIECKI D; KASZNIAK AW; KIHLSTROM JF; VALDISERRI M
      SOURCE MEMORY - EXTENDING THE BOUNDARIES OF AGE-RELATED DEFICITS

      Psychology and aging
    42. SPENCER WD; RAZ N
      MEMORY FOR FACTS, SOURCE, AND CONTEXT - CAN FRONTAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION EXPLAIN AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES

      Psychology and aging
    43. ZARAGOZA MS; LANE SM
      SOURCE MISATTRIBUTIONS AND THE SUGGESTIBILITY OF EYEWITNESS MEMORY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    44. LINNA DE; GULGOZ S
      EFFECT OF RANDOM RESPONSE GENERATION ON CRYPTOMNESIA

      Psychological reports
    45. TULVING E; KAPUR S; CRAIK FIM; MOSCOVITCH M; HOULE S
      HEMISPHERIC ENCODING RETRIEVAL ASYMMETRY IN EPISODIC MEMORY - POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY FINDINGS/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. TAYLOR M; ESBENSEN BM; BENNETT RT
      CHILDRENS UNDERSTANDING OF KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION - THE TENDENCY FOR CHILDREN TO REPORT THAT THEY HAVE ALWAYS KNOWN WHAT THEY HAVE JUST LEARNED

      Child development
    47. MARSH RL; BOWER GH
      ELICITING CRYPTOMNESIA - UNCONSCIOUS PLAGIARISM IN A PUZZLE TASK

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    48. FRIEDMAN D; SIMPSON G; HAMBERGER M
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN SCALP TOPOGRAPHY TO NOVEL AND TARGET STIMULI

      Psychophysiology


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