Jude Y. Weinstein-Jones
Jude Y. Weinstein-Jones
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Teaching the science of learning
Y Weinstein, CR Madan, MA Sumeracki
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 3 (1), 2, 2018
Can the survival recall advantage be explained by basic memory processes?
Y Weinstein, JM Bugg, HL Roediger
Memory & cognition 36 (5), 913-919, 2008
Mind-wandering, how do I measure thee with probes? Let me count the ways
Y Weinstein
Behavior Research Methods 50 (2), 642-661, 2018
Understanding how we learn: A visual guide
Y Weinstein, M Sumeracki, O Caviglioli
Routledge, 2018
A comparison of study strategies for passages: Rereading, answering questions, and generating questions.
Y Weinstein, KB McDermott, HL Roediger III
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (3), 308, 2010
Prevalence of personality disorders at midlife in a community sample: Disorders and symptoms reflected in interview, self, and informant reports
TF Oltmanns, MM Rodrigues, Y Weinstein, MEJ Gleason
Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment 36 (2), 177-188, 2014
Testing protects against proactive interference in face–name learning
Y Weinstein, KB McDermott, KK Szpunar
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (3), 518-523, 2011
Critical thinking in practice: The priorities and practices of instructors teaching in higher education
L Bellaera, Y Weinstein-Jones, S Ilie, ST Baker
Thinking Skills and Creativity 41, 100856, 2021
The role of test expectancy in the build-up of proactive interference in long-term memory.
Y Weinstein, AW Gilmore, KK Szpunar, KB McDermott
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (4), 1039, 2014
Forgetting: Preliminary considerations.
HL Roediger III, Y Weinstein, PK Agarwal
Psychology Press, 2010
Borderline but not antisocial personality disorder symptoms are related to self-reported partner aggression in late middle-age.
Y Weinstein, MEJ Gleason, TF Oltmanns
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 121 (3), 692, 2012
Are you mind-wandering, or is your mind on task? The effect of probe framing on mind-wandering reports
Y Weinstein, HJ De Lima, T Van Der Zee
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 25 (2), 754-760, 2018
Can mind-wandering be timeless? Atemporal focus and aging in mind-wandering paradigms
JD Jackson, Y Weinstein, DA Balota
Frontiers in psychology 4, 742, 2013
Personality disorder symptoms are differentially related to divorce frequency.
KL Disney, Y Weinstein, TF Oltmanns
Journal of Family Psychology 26 (6), 959, 2012
On the placement of practice questions during study.
Y Weinstein, LD Nunes, JD Karpicke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 22 (1), 72, 2016
Retrospective bias in test performance: Providing easy items at the beginning of a test makes students believe they did better on it
Y Weinstein, HL Roediger
Memory & Cognition 38 (3), 366-376, 2010
Testing improves true recall and protects against the build-up of proactive interference without increasing false recall
LD Nunes, Y Weinstein
Memory 20 (2), 138-154, 2012
The effect of question order on evaluations of test performance: how does the bias evolve?
Y Weinstein, HL Roediger
Memory & Cognition 40 (5), 727-735, 2012
The enduring impact of maladaptive personality traits on relationship quality and health in later life
MEJ Gleason, Y Weinstein, S Balsis, TF Oltmanns
Journal of personality 82 (6), 493-501, 2014
True and false memories in the DRM paradigm on a forced choice test
Y Weinstein, KB McDermott, JCK Chan
Memory 18 (4), 375-384, 2010
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