Steven Roodenrys
Steven Roodenrys
Verified email at uow.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Health benefits of herbs and spices: the past, the present, the future
LC Tapsell, I Hemphill, L Cobiac, DR Sullivan, M Fenech, CS Patch, ...
10272006
Word-frequency effects on short-term memory tasks: Evidence for a redintegration process in immediate serial recall.
C Hulme, S Roodenrys, R Schweickert, GDA Brown, S Martin, G Stuart
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 23 (5), 1217, 1997
4951997
Chronic effects of Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) on human memory
S Roodenrys, D Booth, S Bulzomi, A Phipps, C Micallef, J Smoker
Neuropsychopharmacology 27 (2), 279, 2002
3592002
The role of long‐term memory mechanisms in memory span
C Hulme, S Roodenrys, G Brown, R Mercer
British Journal of Psychology 86 (4), 527-536, 1995
2591995
Practitioner review: Verbal working memory development and its disorders
C Hulme, S Roodenrys
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 36 (3), 373-398, 1995
2031995
The development of short-term memory span: Separable effects of speech rate and long-term memory
S Roodenrys, C Hulme, G Brown
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 56 (3), 431-442, 1993
1991993
Verbal memory span in children: Speech timing clues to the mechanisms underlying age and word length effects
N Cowan, TA Keller, C Hulme, S Roodenrys, S McDougall, J Rack
Journal of Memory and Language 33 (2), 234-250, 1994
1981994
Sublexical or lexical effects on serial recall of nonwords?
S Roodenrys, M Hinton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (1), 29, 2002
1542002
Word-frequency and phonological-neighborhood effects on verbal short-term memory.
S Roodenrys, C Hulme, A Lethbridge, M Hinton, LM Nimmo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (6), 1019, 2002
1332002
Effects of word frequency and age of acquisition on short-term memory span
S Roodenrys, C Hulme, J Alban, AW Ellis, GDA Brown
Memory & Cognition 22 (6), 695-701, 1994
1281994
Executive processing and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: An application of the supervisory attentional system
DM Bayliss, S Roodenrys
Developmental Neuropsychology 17 (2), 161-180, 2000
1112000
Working memory function in attention deficit hyperactivity disordered and reading disabled children
S Roodenrys, N Koloski, J Grainger
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 19 (3), 325-337, 2001
952001
Serial recall and nonword repetition in reading disabled children
S Roodenrys, J Stokes
Reading and Writing 14 (5-6), 379-394, 2001
902001
Neurocognitive training for children with and without AD/HD
SJ Johnstone, S Roodenrys, R Blackman, E Johnston, K Loveday, ...
ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders 4 (1), 11-23, 2012
862012
Chronic cannabis users show altered neurophysiological functioning on Stroop task conflict resolution
RA Battisti, S Roodenrys, SJ Johnstone, N Pesa, DF Hermens, N Solowij
Psychopharmacology 212 (4), 613-624, 2010
742010
A pilot study of combined working memory and inhibition training for children with AD/HD
SJ Johnstone, S Roodenrys, E Phillips, AJ Watt, S Mantz
ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders 2 (1), 31-42, 2010
712010
Varying task difficulty in the Go/Nogo task: the effects of inhibitory control, arousal, and perceived effort on ERP components
N Benikos, SJ Johnstone, SJ Roodenrys
International Journal of Psychophysiology 87 (3), 262-272, 2013
702013
The effects of stimulus set size and word frequency on verbal serial recall
S Roodenrys, PT Quinlan
Memory 8 (2), 71-78, 2000
662000
Consumption of anthocyanin-rich cherry juice for 12 weeks improves memory and cognition in older adults with mild-to-moderate dementia
K Kent, K Charlton, S Roodenrys, M Batterham, J Potter, V Traynor, ...
European journal of nutrition 56 (1), 333-341, 2017
632017
Chronic use of cannabis and poor neural efficiency in verbal memory ability
RA Battisti, S Roodenrys, SJ Johnstone, C Respondek, DF Hermens, ...
Psychopharmacology 209 (4), 319-330, 2010
632010
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