Jessica LaPaglia
Jessica LaPaglia
Morningside University
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Impairing existing declarative memory in humans by disrupting reconsolidation
JCK Chan, JA LaPaglia
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (23), 9309-9313, 2013
The dark side of testing memory: repeated retrieval can enhance eyewitness suggestibility.
JCK Chan, JA LaPaglia
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 17 (4), 418, 2011
Misleading suggestions can alter later memory reports even following a cognitive interview
JA LaPaglia, MM Wilford, JR Rivard, JCK Chan, RP Fisher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 1-9, 2014
Testing increases suggestibility for narrative‐based misinformation but reduces suggestibility for question‐based misinformation
JA LaPaglia, JCK Chan
Behavioral sciences & the law 31 (5), 593-606, 2013
Telling a good story: The effects of memory retrieval and context processing on eyewitness suggestibility
J LaPaglia, J Chan
PLoS ONE 14 (2), 2019
Escape the evil professor! Escape room review activity
JA LaPaglia
Teaching of Psychology 47 (2), 141-146, 2020
Retrieval does not always enhance suggestibility: Testing can improve witness identification performance.
JA LaPaglia, JCK Chan
Law and Human Behavior 36 (6), 478, 2012
Testing can enhance or reduce suggestibility: The importance of contextual detail during misinformation exposure
JA LaPaglia
Iowa State University, 2013
Gender Bias Interacts With Instructor Disfluency to Negatively Affect Student Evaluations of Teaching
J LaPaglia, K Miller, S Protexter
Frontiers in Education 7, 817291, 2022
Initial Testing Reduces Eyewitness Suggestibility for Faces
J Lapaglia
Liven Up Review Sessions with an Escape Room
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