Wilma Koutstaal
Wilma Koutstaal
Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Building memories: Remembering and forgetting of verbal experiences as predicted by brain activity
AD Wagner, DL Schacter, M Rotte, W Koutstaal, A Maril, AM Dale, ...
Science 281 (5380), 1188-1191, 1998
18691998
The cognitive neuroscience of constructive memory
DL Schacter, KA Norman, W Koutstaal
False-memory creation in children and adults: Theory, research, and …, 2000
12112000
The cognitive neuroscience of constructive memory
DL Schacter, KA Norman, W Koutstaal
Annual Review of Psychology 49 (1), 289-318, 1998
12111998
Functional-anatomic correlates of object priming in humans revealed by rapid presentation event-related fMRI
RL Buckner, J Goodman, M Burock, M Rotte, W Koutstaal, D Schacter, ...
Neuron 20 (2), 285-296, 1998
6461998
Gist-based false recognition of pictures in older and younger adults
W Koutstaal, DL Schacter
Journal of memory and language 37 (4), 555-583, 1997
5191997
Late onset of anterior prefrontal activity during true and false recognition: An event-related fMRI study
DL Schacter, RL Buckner, W Koutstaal, AM Dale, BR Rosen
Neuroimage 6 (4), 259-269, 1997
4491997
Functional neuroimaging studies of encoding, priming, and explicit memory retrieval
RL Buckner, W Koutstaal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (3), 891-898, 1998
4411998
Functional–anatomic study of episodic retrieval using fMRI: I. Retrieval effort versus retrieval success
RL Buckner, W Koutstaal, DL Schacter, AD Wagner, BR Rosen
NeuroImage 7 (3), 151-162, 1998
4061998
Perceptual specificity in visual object priming: functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence for a laterality difference in fusiform cortex
W Koutstaal, AD Wagner, M Rotte, A Maril, RL Buckner, DL Schacter
Neuropsychologia 39 (2), 184-199, 2001
3762001
Functional MRI evidence for a role of frontal and inferior temporal cortex in amodal components of priming
RL Buckner, W Koutstaal, DL Schacter, BR Rosen
Brain 123 (3), 620-640, 2000
3652000
Functional–anatomic study of episodic retrieval: II. Selective averaging of event-related fMRI trials to test the retrieval success hypothesis
RL Buckner, W Koutstaal, DL Schacter, AM Dale, M Rotte, BR Rosen
NeuroImage 7 (3), 163-175, 1998
3191998
Task-specific repetition priming in left inferior prefrontal cortex
AD Wagner, W Koutstaal, A Maril, DL Schacter, RL Buckner
Cerebral Cortex 10 (12), 1176-1184, 2000
3022000
When encoding yields remembering: Insights from event-related neuroimaging
AD Wagner, W Koutstaal, DL Schacter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1999
2931999
Neural mechanisms of visual object priming: Evidence for perceptual and semantic distinctions in fusiform cortex
JS Simons, W Koutstaal, S Prince, AD Wagner, DL Schacter
Neuroimage 19 (3), 613-626, 2003
2492003
False recollection induced by photographs: A comparison of older and younger adults.
DL Schacter, W Koutstaal, MK Johnson, MS Gross, KE Angell
Psychology and Aging 12, 203-215, 1997
2261997
False memories and aging
DL Schacter, W Koutstaal, KA Norman
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 1 (6), 229-236, 1997
2121997
Reducing gist-based false recognition in older adults: Encoding and retrieval manipulations
W Koutstaal, DL Schacter, L Galluccio, KA Stofer
Psychology and Aging 14 (2), 220-237, 1999
1811999
Facilitation and impairment of event memory produced by photograph review
W Koutstaal, DL Schacter, MK Johnson, L Galluccio
Memory & Cognition 27 (3), 478-493, 1999
1571999
Older adults encode—but do not always use—perceptual details: Intentional versus unintentional effects of detail on memory judgments
W Koutstaal
Psychological Science 14 (2), 189-193, 2003
1542003
Age and flexible thinking: An experimental demonstration of the beneficial effects of increased cognitively stimulating activity on fluid intelligence in healthy older adults
LJ Tranter, W Koutstaal
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 15 (2), 184-207, 2008
1492008
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