Celia B. Harris
Celia B. Harris
The MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au
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The psychology of memory, extended cognition, and socially distributed remembering
J Sutton, CB Harris, PG Keil, AJ Barnier
Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences 9 (4), 521-560, 2010
3952010
A conceptual and empirical framework for the social distribution of cognition: The case of memory
AJ Barnier, J Sutton, CB Harris, RA Wilson
Cognitive Systems Research 9 (1-2), 33-51, 2008
3482008
We remember, we forget: Collaborative remembering in older couples
CB Harris, PG Keil, J Sutton, AJ Barnier, DJF McIlwain
Discourse Processes 48 (4), 267-303, 2011
2552011
Collaborative recall and collective memory: What happens when we remember together?
CB Harris, HM Paterson, RI Kemp
Memory 16 (3), 213-230, 2008
2502008
The functions of autobiographical memory: An integrative approach
CB Harris, AS Rasmussen, D Berntsen
Memory 22 (5), 559-581, 2014
2122014
Couples as socially distributed cognitive systems: Remembering in everyday social and material contexts
CB Harris, AJ Barnier, J Sutton, PG Keil
Memory Studies 7 (3), 285-297, 2014
1412014
Directed forgetting of recently recalled autobiographical memories.
AJ Barnier, MA Conway, L Mayoh, J Speyer, O Avizmil, CB Harris
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 136 (2), 301, 2007
1302007
Shared encoding and the costs and benefits of collaborative recall.
CB Harris, AJ Barnier, J Sutton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (1), 183, 2013
972013
Consensus collaboration enhances group and individual recall accuracy
CB Harris, AJ Barnier, J Sutton
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 65 (1), 179-194, 2012
682012
Reaping what they sow: Benefits of remembering together in intimate couples
AJ Barnier, AC Priddis, JM Broekhuijse, CB Harris, RE Cox, DR Addis, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 3 (4), 261-265, 2014
632014
Why two heads apart are better than two heads together: Multiple mechanisms underlie the collaborative inhibition effect in memory.
SJ Barber, CB Harris, S Rajaram
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (2), 559, 2015
602015
Mood and retrieval‐induced forgetting of positive and negative autobiographical memories
CB Harris, SJ Sharman, AJ Barnier, ML Moulds
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2010
512010
Memory and cognition
J Sutton, CB Harris, A Barnier
452010
Cue generation and memory construction in direct and generative autobiographical memory retrieval
CB Harris, AR O’Connor, J Sutton
Consciousness and cognition 33, 204-216, 2015
422015
12 Autobiographical forgetting, social forgetting, and situated forgetting
CB Harris, J Sutton, AJ Barnier
Forgetting, 253, 2010
392010
How did you feel when “The Crocodile Hunter” died? Voicing and silencing in conversation influences memory for an autobiographical event
CB Harris, AJ Barnier, J Sutton, PG Keil
Memory 18 (2), 185-197, 2010
352010
Collaborative remembering: when can remembering with others be beneficial?
CB Harris, PG Keil, J Sutton, AJ Barnier
North Ryde: Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, 2010
342010
Collaborative remembering: Theories, research, and applications
ML Meade, CB Harris, P Van Bergen, J Sutton, AJ Barnier
Oxford University Press, 2018
252018
“Going episodic”: collaborative inhibition and facilitation when long-married couples remember together
CB Harris, AJ Barnier, J Sutton, PG Keil, RA Dixon
Memory 25 (8), 1148-1159, 2017
242017
Transactive memory in small, intimate groups: More than the sum of their parts
AJ Barnier, L Klein, CB Harris
Small Group Research 49 (1), 62-97, 2018
182018
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