Teresa McCormack
Teresa McCormack
Professor of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
Verified email at qub.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Joint attention: Communication and other minds: Issues in philosophy and psychology
N Eilan, C Hoerl, T McCormack, J Roessler
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2005
Developmental changes in time estimation: Comparing childhood and old age.
T McCormack, GDA Brown, EA Maylor, RJ Darby, D Green
Developmental Psychology 35 (4), 1143, 1999
Duration judgements in patients with schizophrenia
B Elvevåg, T McCormack, A Gilbert, GDA Brown, DR Weinberger, ...
Psychological medicine 33 (7), 1249-1261, 2003
Memory and temporal perspective: The role of temporal frameworks in memory development
T McCormack, C Hoerl
Developmental Review 19 (1), 154-182, 1999
Planning in young children: A review and synthesis
T McCormack, CM Atance
Developmental Review 31 (1), 1-31, 2011
Time and memory: Issues in philosophy and psychology
C Hoerl, T McCormack
Oxford University Press, 2001
Searching and planning: Young children’s reasoning about past and future event sequences
KL McColgan, T McCormack
Child Development 79 (5), 1477-1497, 2008
Identification of tone duration, line length, and letter position: an experimental approach to timing and working memory deficits in schizophrenia.
B Elvevåg, GDA Brown, T McCormack, JI Vousden, TE Goldberg
Journal of abnormal psychology 113 (4), 509, 2004
Temporal information and children's and adults' causal inferences
P Burns, T McCormack
Thinking & Reasoning 15 (2), 167-196, 2009
Children's serial recall errors: Implications for theories of short-term memory development
T McCormack, GDA Brown, JI Vousden, RNA Henson
Journal of experimental child psychology 76 (3), 222-252, 2000
Identification and bisection of temporal durations and tone frequencies: common models for temporal and nontemporal stimuli.
GDA Brown, T McCormack, M Smith, N Stewart
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (5), 919, 2005
The development of regret
E O’Connor, T McCormack, A Feeney
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 111 (1), 120-127, 2012
Distinctiveness models of memory and absolute identification: Evidence for local, not global, effects
I Neath, GDA Brown, T McCormack, N Chater, R Freeman
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 59 (1), 121-135, 2006
Effects of aging on absolute identification of duration.
T McCormack, GDA Brown, EA Maylor, LBN Richardson, RJ Darby
Psychology and Aging 17 (3), 363, 2002
Joint reminiscing as joint attention to the past
C Hoerl, T McCormack
Joint attention: Communication and other minds, 260-286, 2005
Making decisions about the future: Regret and the cognitive function of episodic memory
C Hoerl, T McCormack
The development of memory for serial order: A temporal-contextual distinctiveness model
GDA Brown, JI Vousden, T McCormack, C Hulme
International Journal of Psychology 34 (5-6), 389-402, 1999
Young children’s reasoning about the order of past events
T McCormack, C Hoerl
Journal of experimental child psychology 98 (3), 168-183, 2007
Children's reasoning about the causal significance of the temporal order of events.
T McCormack, C Hoerl
Developmental Psychology 41 (1), 54, 2005
Do children who experience regret make better decisions? A developmental study of the behavioral consequences of regret
E O'Connor, T McCormack, A Feeney
Child Development 85 (5), 1995-2010, 2014
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