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Dr Michael Verde
Lecturer in Psychology
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health)
BA Psychology/History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
PhD Cognitive Psychology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Memory and Learning
Memory illusions and false memory.
Metacognition and decision processes in memory.
Retrieval processes: recall, interference, retrieval-induced forgetting.
Quantitative models of recognition and recall.
Emotion and memory.
Effective methods for learning and retention.
Key publications are highlightedJournals
(2018) 'Story of a Seed: educational theatre improves students’ comprehension of plant reproduction and attitudes to plants in primary science education' Research in Science & Technological Education 37, (1) 15-35 , DOI Open access
(2018) 'A comparison of descriptive writing and drawing of plants for the development of adult novices’ botanical knowledge' Journal of Biological Education 53, (1) 63-78 , DOI Open access
(2016) 'Logic brightens my day: Evidence for implicit sensitivity to logical validity' Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42, (9) 1448-1457 , DOI Open access
(2015) 'Better but still biased: Analytic cognitive style and belief bias' Thinking & Reasoning 21, (4) 431-445 , DOI Open access
(2015) 'Alleviating the concerns with the SDT approach to reasoning: reply to Singnnann and Kellen (2014)' FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY 6, , DOI Open access
(2014) 'Using forced choice to test belief bias in syllogistic reasoning' Cognition 133, (3) 586-600 , DOI Open access
(2014) 'Fluency and belief bias in deductive reasoning: new indices for old effects' Front Psychol 5, , DOI Open access
(2014) 'Modeling causal conditional reasoning data using SDT: caveats and new insights' Front Psychol 5, , DOI Open access
(2013) 'The SDT model of belief bias: Complexity, time, and cognitive ability mediate the effects of believability' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 39, (5) 1393-1402 , DOI
(2013) 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in recall: Competitor interference revisited' Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35, (5) 1433-1448 , DOI
(2013) 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in recall: competitor interference revisited' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 39, (5) 1433-1448 , DOI
(2011) 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in recognition is absent under time pressure' Psychon Bull Rev 18, (6) 1166-1171 , DOI
(2010) 'Conjunction errors in recognition: Emergent structure and metacognitive control' JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE 63, (4) 476-488 , DOI
(2010) 'Distinguishing between attributional and mnemonic sources of familiarity: the case of positive emotion bias' Mem Cognit 38, (2) 142-153 , DOI
(2009) 'The list-strength effect in recall: relative-strength competition and retrieval inhibition may both contribute to forgetting' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 35, (1) 205-220 , DOI
(2008) 'Type I error rates and power analyses for single-point sensitivity measures' Percept Psychophys 70, (2) 389-401 , DOI
(2007) 'Memory strength and the decision process in recognition memory' Memory & Cognition 35, (2) 254-262
(2006) 'Measures of sensitivity based on a single hit rate and false alarm rate: The accuracy, precision, and robustness of d ', A(z), and A '' Perception & Psychophysics 68, (4) 643-654
(2005) 'Influence of multiple categories on the prediction of unknown properties' Memory & Cognition 33, (3) 479-487
(2005) 'On the importance of models in interpreting remember-know experiments: Comments on Gardiner et al.'s (2002) meta-analysis' Memory 13, (6) 607-621
(2004) 'Strong memories obscure weak memories in associative recognition' Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (6), 1062-1066
(2004) 'ROC curves show that the revelation effect is not a single phenomenon' Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (3), 560-566
(2004) 'Aussociative interference in recognition memory: A dual-process account' Memory & Cognition 32, (8) 1273-1283
(2004) 'The retrieval practice effect in associative recognition' Memory & Cognition 32, (8) 1265-1272
(2003) 'Does familiarity change in the revelation effect?' Journal of Experimental Psychology-Learning Memory and Cognition 29, (5) 739-746
(2012) 'Retrieval-Induced Forgetting and Inhibition : A Critical Review' Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Vol 56 Academic Press 47-80