Jason C.K. Chan
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Retrieval-induced facilitation: initially nontested material can benefit from prior testing of related material.
JCK Chan, KB McDermott, HL Roediger III
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 135 (4), 553, 2006
When does retrieval induce forgetting and when does it induce facilitation? Implications for retrieval inhibition, testing effect, and text processing
JCK Chan
Journal of Memory and Language 61 (2), 153-170, 2009
The testing effect in recognition memory: A dual process account.
JCK Chan, KB McDermott
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (2), 431, 2007
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
Recalling a Witnessed Event Increases Eyewitness Suggestibility The Reversed Testing Effect
JCK Chan, AK Thomas, JB Bulevich
Psychological Science 20 (1), 66-73, 2009
Contextual processing in episodic future thought
KK Szpunar, JCK Chan, KB McDermott
Cerebral Cortex 19 (7), 1539-1548, 2009
Long-term effects of testing on the recall of nontested materials
JCK Chan
Memory 18 (1), 49-57, 2010
Retrieval potentiates new learning: A theoretical and meta-analytic review.
JCK Chan, CA Meissner, SD Davis
Psychological Bulletin 144 (11), 1111-1146, 2018
Eyewitness suggestibility and source similarity: Intrusions of details from one event into memory reports of another event
D Stephen Lindsay, BP Allen, JCK Chan, LC Dahl
Journal of Memory and Language 50 (1), 96-111, 2004
Testing promotes eyewitness accuracy with a warning: Implications for retrieval enhanced suggestibility
AK Thomas, JB Bulevich, JCK Chan
Journal of Memory and Language 63 (2), 149-157, 2010
Paradoxical effects of testing: Retrieval enhances both accurate recall and suggestibility in eyewitnesses.
JCK Chan, MM Langley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (1), 248, 2011
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
Retrieval Enhances Eyewitness Suggestibility to Misinformation in Free and Cued Recall.
MM Wilford, JCK Chan, SJ Tuhn
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2013
Testing potentiates new learning across a retention interval and a lag: A strategy change perspective
JCK Chan, KD Manley, SD Davis, KK Szpunar
Journal of Memory and Language 102, 83-96, 2018
Effects of repetition on memory for pragmatic inferences
KB McDermott, JCK Chan
Memory & Cognition 34, 1273-1284, 2006
Remembering pragmatic inferences
JCK Chan, KB McDermott
Applied Cognitive Psychology 20 (5), 633-639, 2006
The importance of material-processing interactions in inducing false memories
JCK Chan, KB McDermott, JM Watson, DA Gallo
Memory & Cognition 33, 389-395, 2005
Retrieval can increase or decrease suggestibility depending on how memory is tested: The importance of source complexity
JCK Chan, MM Wilford, KL Hughes
Journal of Memory and Language 67 (1), 78-85, 2012
The effects of frontal lobe functioning and age on veridical and false recall
JCK Chan, KB McDermott
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14, 606-611, 2007
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
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