Nick Lange

Nick Lange

Research Fellow

School of Psychology (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)


from 2016 PostDoc, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
2013 - 2016 PhD student, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
2011 - 2013 Research Assistant, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
2010 Research Assistant, University of Kiel, Germany
2010 Diplom in Psychology, University of Kiel, Germany

Professional membership

Member of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC)

Research interests

Source memory, Source recall, Action memory

Other research

Conference papers and proceedings


  • Lange,N., Perfect, T.J. & Dennis,I. (2013). From idea generation to idea donation: how memory strength makes us attribute our ideas to someone else. Poster presented at Cogdev 2013, Reading, September.
  • Lange,N., Perfect, T.J. & Dennis,I. (2013). Some of your best ideas are mine: unconscious anti-plagiarism. paper presented as SARMAC X, Rotterdam, July.
  • Lange,N., Perfect, T.J. & Dennis,I. (2012). The role of retrieval cues in producing same-sex bias in unconscious plagiarism. Poster presented at an EPS meeting, Bristol, June.