Lili Sahakyan
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A contextual change account of the directed forgetting effect.
L Sahakyan, CM Kelley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (6), 1064, 2002
4212002
Memory, monitoring, and control in the attainment of memory accuracy
CM Kelley, L Sahakyan
Journal of Memory and Language 48 (4), 704-721, 2003
1782003
Can encoding differences explain the benefits of directed forgetting in the list method paradigm?
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney
Journal of Memory and Language 48 (1), 195-206, 2003
1612003
Directed forgetting in incidental learning and recognition testing: Support for a two-factor account.
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (4), 789, 2005
1182005
Unexpected costs of high working memory capacity following directed forgetting and contextual change manipulations
PF Delaney, L Sahakyan
Memory & cognition 35 (5), 1074-1082, 2007
862007
Intentional forgetting of actions: Comparison of list-method and item-method directed forgetting
L Sahakyan, NL Foster
Journal of Memory and Language 61 (1), 134-152, 2009
722009
List-method directed forgetting in cognitive and clinical research: A theoretical and methodological review
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney, NL Foster, B Abushanab
Psychology of learning and motivation 59, 131-189, 2013
712013
Oh, honey, I already forgot that: Strategic control of directed forgetting in older and younger adults.
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney, LB Goodmon
Psychology and Aging 23 (3), 621, 2008
622008
Remembering to forget: The amnesic effect of daydreaming
PF Delaney, L Sahakyan, CM Kelley, CA Zimmerman
Psychological Science 21 (7), 1036-1042, 2010
582010
Self-evaluation as a moderating factor of strategy change in directed forgetting benefits
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney, CM Kelley
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (1), 131-136, 2004
582004
Destructive effects of “forget” instructions
L Sahakyan
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (3), 555-559, 2004
532004
Context change and retrieval difficulty in the list-before-last paradigm
L Sahakyan, HE Hendricks
Memory & Cognition 40 (6), 844-860, 2012
452012
Putting congeniality effects into context: Investigating the role of context in attitude memory using multiple paradigms
ER Waldum, L Sahakyan
Journal of memory and language 66 (4), 717-730, 2012
432012
The influence of directional associations on directed forgetting and interference.
L Sahakyan, LB Goodmon
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (6), 1035, 2007
432007
Intentional forgetting is easier after two" shots" than one.
L Sahakyan, PF Delaney, ER Waldum
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (2), 408, 2008
422008
A role for memory in prospective timing informs timing in prospective memory.
ER Waldum, L Sahakyan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (3), 809, 2013
372013
Where is the forgetting with list-method directed forgetting in recognition?
L Sahakyan, ER Waldum, AS Benjamin, SP Bickett
Memory & cognition 37 (4), 464-476, 2009
322009
“A long time ago, in a context far, far away”: Retrospective time estimates and internal context change.
L Sahakyan, JR Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (1), 86, 2014
302014
The role of forget-cue salience in list-method directed forgetting
NL Foster, L Sahakyan
Memory 19 (1), 110-117, 2011
292011
Metacognition influences item-method directed forgetting.
NL Foster, L Sahakyan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (5), 1309, 2012
252012
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