Professor Tim Hollins
Profiles

Professor Tim Hollins

Head of School of Psychology

School of Psychology

Role

Professor of Experimental Psychology

Qualifications

B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology,  University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1986.

PhD. Psychology, University of Manchester, 1989

Senior Fellow of the HEA, 2016

Professional membership

Member of the Experimental Psychology Society (EPS).

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

Member of the Psychonomic Society.

Roles on external bodies

  • Associate Editor:  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2014- present)
  • Honorary Treasurer, Experimental Psychology Society (2012-2016)
  • Member of Governing Board of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) (2008-2016).

Teaching interests

I currently teach on the following modules

Stage 1:  tutorials.

Stage 3: Cognitive Aging
                Eyewitness memory
                Project Supervision 

MSc:        Communication of Research
                Supervision of research projects

Staff serving as external examiners

  • External examiner for BSc. Psychology, University of Warwick, 2013-2017
  • External examiner for BSc. Psychology, University of Reading, 2005-2008.
  • External examiner for B.A. / B.Sc. Psychology at the University of Essex, 2002-2005.
  • External examiner for M.Sc. Psychology, University of Essex, 2002-2005.
  • I have acted as external examiner for a number of Postgraduate Research Degrees (M. Phil., M.Sc., Ph.D.) at different Universities around the U.K., Europe and in Australia.

Research interests

My research interest is the areas of long-term memory and metacognition, with both theoretical and applied interests. This has led me to research such things as the accuracy of confidence judgements in memory, recollective experience, source memory judgements, face-recognition, eyewitness memory, feeling of knowing and tip-of-the-tongue states. Since my PhD I have also retained an interest in cognitive aging.

Other research

 

RECENT CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PROCEEDINGS (2016-2011)

2016

  • Hollins, T. J. & Mitchell, C. (2016). Testingan attentional account of test potentiated learning. Paper presented at the Psychonomic SocietyMeeting, Granada, May.
  • Hollins, T. J. & Lange, N. * (2016).Stealingand donating ideas: how typical? Paper presented at ICOM-6, Budapest, July.
  • Hollins, T. J. & Weber, N. (2016). Combining elementsof the sequential and simultaneous line-ups: the hybrid lineup.  Paper presented at ICOM-6, Budapest, July.
  • Lange,N. *, Hollins, T. J. & Bach, P. (2016). Generation effect insource memory after enactment? Paper presented at ICOM-6, Budapest, July.
  • Rainsford,M., Palmer, M. A., Hollins, T. J., Beeton, N. J.& Paine, G. (2016). Unconscious plagiarism in music composition:investigating the effects of elaboration on source confusion in music. Paper presentedat ICOM-6, Budapest, July.
  • Wimmer,M. Koenig, L. & Hollins T. J. (2016). It looksfamiliar but I don’t recollect: repetition affects recognition memorydifferently in children and adults.  Paperpresented at ICOM-6, Budapest, July.
2015
  • Lange, N., Hollins, T. J.& Bach, P. (2015). Source monitoring account of source errors in action memory. Paperpresented at the Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, London, January.
  • Lange, N., Hollins, T. J.& Bach, P. (2015). No, you did that. Source errors in action memory. Paper presented at SARMAC,     Vancouver, June         

2014

·        Perfect, T. J. (2014). The scientific study of memory reconstruction and subjectivity. Keynote address at “Museums of Memory” meeting, University of Plymouth, June.

·        Beaufort, A., Brédart,S., Perfect, T. J. & Dehon, H. (2014).Are you sure that this word was your own idea? Poster presented at ICAP Conference,Paris, July.

·        Lange, N. *, Perfect, T. J. & Bach, P. (2014). Memory for actions: a 2-way mirror? Poster presented at the Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, Kent,April.

·        Perfect, T. J., Lange, N., Dennis, I. & Berry, C. J. (2014).I told you so: during recall people give away more answers than they plagiarise. Paper presented at Metacog2014, Clermont-Ferrand, France,September.

·        Perfect, T. J. & Weber (2014). The monitoring improves memory effect. How? “Don’t know”. Paper presented at Metacog2014, Clermont-Ferrand, France, September.

 

2013

·        Beaufort, A., Brédart,S., Perfect, T. J. & Dehon, H.(2013). Do we plagiarize more often when the content of theto-be-remembered material is emotional? Poster presented at SARMAC X, Rotterdam, June.

·        Beaufort, A., Brédart,S., Perfect, T. J. & Dehon, H.(2013). A study about the effects of affective valence on asource-monitoring error: cryptomnesia. Poster presented at ESCOP, Budapest, August.

·        Hignett, A. *, Perfect, T. J. White, M. &Andrade, J. (2013). Exploring the role of preference in restoration research. Symposium: Perspectives on Restorationresearch: an update. Magdeburg, September.

·        Lange, N.  & Perfect, T. J. (2013) Some of your best ideas aremine: unconscious anti-plagiarism, paper presented at SARMAC X, Rotterdam, June.

·        Lange, N. , Perfect, T. J. & Dennis, I. (2013). Fromidea generation to idea donation: how memory strength leads us to attribute ourown ideas to someone else. Paper presented at the BPS Cognitive SectionConference, Reading, September.

·        Perfect, T. J.,  Lange, N.  & Dennis, I.  (2013) What'syours is mine, what's mine is yours: unconscious plagiarism and its opposite.Paper presented at the Experimental Psychology Society, Lancaster, April.

·        Perfect. T. J. & Weber, N. (2013). None of the above? Don’t know. SARMACX, Rotterdam, June.

·        Rae, P. * & Perfect T. J. (2013). The effect of environmental distraction on recall. Poster presented at SARMAC X,Rotterdam, June.

 

2012

·        Lange, N. & Perfect, T. J. (2012). Therole of retrieval cues in producing same-sex bias in unconscious plagiarism.Poster presented at the Experimental Psychology Society, Bristol, July.

 

2011

·        Perfect, T. J. (2011). The influence ofdistraction and eye-closure on memory accuracy. Paper presented at SARMAC IX,New York, June.

·        Perfect, T. J. (2011). Discussant onsymposium on Aging and Feeling of Knowing. Paper presented at ICOM-5, York,July.

·        Perfect, T. J., Defeldre, A-C &Dehon, H. (2011). Aging isassociated with more intrusion errors, but not more plagiarism errors. Paper presented atICOM-5, York, July.

·        Weber, N. & Perfect, T. J. (2011). Improving theDiagnosticity of Eyewitness Identification Decisions. Paper presented at ICOM-5, York, July.

·        Wyer, N., Roper, J., Pahl, S. & Perfect T.J. (2011). Processing style and memory for social encounters. Paper presentedat ICOM-5, York, July.

 

Research degrees awarded to supervised students

I have supervised the following students to higher degrees.

  • Carolyn Edwards, PhD,"The role of the frontal cortex in normal, age-related memory performance." 1997
  • Tara Hollins, PhD, "What influences the relation between memory and metamemory in eyewitnesses?" 1998
  • Chris Moulin, PhD, "Does a metacognitive deficit contribute to the memory impairment in Alzheimer's Disease?" 1998
  • Sue Heatherley, MPhil "Implicit memory for print advertising", 2000
  • Alexa Morcom, PhD, "The role of executive control in task switching." 2000
  • Leigh Riby, PhD, "The effects of age, task complexity and task domain on dual task performance." 2002
  • Hassina Carder, PhD, "Deconstructing the Tower of London: resolution, alternatives and executive function", 2004.
  • Louisa-Jayne Stark, PhD, "The effects of elaboration on unconscious plagiarism", 2006
  • Nicola Weston, PhD, "Testing the processing bias account of verbal overshadowing", 2006

Grants & contracts

Total career grant income to date (excluding PhD scholarships), approximately £1.8M

Testing alternate accounts of unconscious plagiarism. (with Ian Dennis). £235K awarded by the ESRC   (RES-062-23-2766).

Construal, Processing Style, and Memory for Social Events

. (with Natalie Wyer and Sabine Pahl).  £240K awarded by the ESRC.

(RES-062-23-1899)



Improving eyewitness identification accuracy using free-report lineups (with Nathan Weber, Flinders University). Australian Research Council, AUS$206800 (c. £91.5K) (DP087890)

Mental Control and the Self: Ironic Effects of Thought Suppression on the Perception,
Behaviour, and Memory of the Self. (with Natalie Wyer and Giuliana Mazzoni). £129,760 awarded by ESRC. (R000-23-0622)

Monitoring, control and face recognition memory in older and younger adults. (with Dr Nathan Weber, Flinder’s University). £13,610 awarded by the British Academy for a visiting fellowship for Nathan Weber.

The role of working memory in encoding into long-term memory. £117K for 3-year fellowship awarded by Great Western Research, (with Prof Klaus Oberauer, University of Bristol.)

Repetition priming in single and mixed task environments. (with Dr Ian Dennis). £80,000 awarded by the ESRC (R000222109)


Rejection mechanisms in recognition memory.
(with Dr Phil Higham, University of Southampton). £93K awarded by the ESRC. (R000-23-1375)

Exploring task-specific repetition priming and the response congruence effect (with Dr Ian Dennis). £45K awarded by ESRC (R000-22-1191).

Own age bias in face recognition. (with Dr Natalie Wyer) £56K awarded by The Leverhulme Trust. (F/00 568).

The effects of elaboration on unconscious plagiarism (with Louisa Stark). £46,486 awarded by the ESRC. (R000221647)

Royal Society Conference Award, for attendance at SARMAC VI in Wellington NZ, £1795.

The cognitive neuroscience of aging. (with Prof Mike Denham) £125K, from Research Councils UK for a 5-year Academic Fellowship Award.

Ageing, inhibition and attentional control. (R000220237 with Dr Pilar Andres & Dr Louise Phillips). £39911 awarded by ESRC.

Alternate move choice and processing demands in executive tasks (with Hassina Carder & Dr Simon Handley). £43K awarded by ESRC. (R000220607).

An associative model of retrieval induced forgetting. £83K awarded by the BBSRC (321/S17781).

Investigating the relationship between simulated depth, cognitive function and metacognitive awareness. £20K awarded by Health and Safety Executive. (With Dr P. Bryson, Ms J. Pimlott and Ms S. Harding of DDRC).

Monitoring the source of memories: Source memory, false memories and unconscious plagiarism. (Aus$10,455, with Prof M. Carroll).

Investigating retrieval inhibition. £11878 awarded by The Leverhulme Trust (RFG/2/2000/237).

Retrieval inhibition in normal and pathological aging (with Prof M. Conway & Dr R. Jones). (R000222681) £40,180 awarded by ESRC.

Designing library software systems with older adults in mind. (with Dr J. Noyes). Prize competition worth £50,000, including studentship, funded by Research into Ageing / AgeNet.

Parallels between frontal lobe deficits and cognitive aging in a realistic context. £71,900 awarded by the Medical Research Council.

Developing implicit measures of advertising effectiveness. £60,582 awarded by the ESRC ROPA scheme (R022250018).

Investigating recollective experience in older adults. £1,300 awarded by the Nuffield Foundation.

Continuation of: Measuring advertising effectiveness with implicit memory measures. £2,053 awarded by the Financial Times plc.

Measuring advertising effectiveness with implicit memory measures. £24,053 from Financial Times plc.

Investigating the confidence - accuracy relation in eyewitness and semantic memory. £58,650 awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council. (R000234838).

Does age differentially affect access to knowledge about memory contents and complete retrieval. £28,101 awarded by the Economic and Social Research Council. (R000233736)

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Wills AJ & Hollins TJ 2017 'In Defence of Effect-Centric Research' Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6, (1) 43-46 , DOI PEARL
Hollins TJ & Weber N 2016 'Evidence of a metacognitive benefit to memory?' Memory 1-9 , DOI PEARL
Hollins TJ, Lange N, Berry CJ & Dennis I 2016 'Giving and stealing ideas in memory: Source errors in recall are influenced by both early-selection and late-correction retrieval processes' JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE 88, 87-103 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Hollins TJ, Lange N, Dennis I & Longmore CA 2016 'Social influences on unconscious plagiarism and anti-plagiarism' Memory 24, (7) 884-902 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Vredeveldt A & Hollins TJ 2015 'Metacognition moderates the effects of distraction on cognition' Front Psychol 6, Author Site , DOI PEARL
Koenig L, Wimmer MC & Hollins TJ 2015 'Process dissociation of familiarity and recollection in children: response deadline affects recollection but not familiarity' J Exp Child Psychol 131, 120-134 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Wyer NA, Hollins TJ, Pahl S & Roper J 2015 'The hows and whys of face memory: level of construal influences the recognition of human faces' Frontiers in Psychology 6, , DOI PEARL
Wyer NA, Hollins TJ & Pahl S 2015 'The hows and whys of face processing: Level of construal influences the holistic processing of human faces' Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144, (6) 1037-1041 , DOI PEARL
Vredeveldt A & Perfect TJ 2014 'Reduction of environmental distraction to facilitate cognitive performance' Front Psychol 5, Author Site , DOI PEARL
Rae PJL & Perfect TJ 2014 'Visual distraction during word-list retrieval does not consistently disrupt memory' Front Psychol 5, Author Site , DOI PEARL
Dennis I & Perfect TJ 2013 'Do stimulus--action associations contribute to repetition priming?' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 39, (1) 85-95 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ, Andrade J & Syrett L 2012 'Environmental Visual Distraction during Retrieval Affects the Quality, Not the Quantity, of Eyewitness Recall' Applied Cognitive Psychology 26, (2) 296-300 , DOI
Perfect TJ & Weber N 2012 'How should witnesses regulate the accuracy of their identification decisions: one step forward, two steps back?' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 38, (6) 1810-1818 Author Site , DOI
Weber N & Perfect TJ 2012 'Improving eyewitness identification accuracy by screening out those who say they don't know' Law Hum Behav 36, (1) 28-36 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ & Stark L-J 2012 'Unconscious Plagiarism in Recall: Attribution to the Self, but not for Self-Relevant Reasons' Europe’s Journal of Psychology 8, (2) 275-283 , DOI
Perfect TJ, Andrade J & Eagan I 2011 '"Eye closure reduces the cross-modal memory impairment caused by auditory distraction": Correction to Perfect et al. (2011)' Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37, (5) 1286-1286 , DOI
Wyer NA, Neilens H, Perfect TJ & Mazzoni G 2011 'Automatic and ironic behavior are both mediated by changes in the self-concept' JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 47, (6) 1300-1303 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ, Andrade J & Eagan I 2011 'Eye closure reduces the cross-modal memory impairment caused by auditory distraction' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 37, (4) 1008-1013 Author Site , DOI
Weber N & Perfect TJ 2011 'Improving eyewitness identification accuracy by screening out those who say they don't know.' Law and Human Behavior , DOI
Perfect TJ, Defeldre A-C, Elliman R & Dehon H 2011 'No evidence of age-related increases in unconscious plagiarism during free recall' Memory 19, (5) 514-528 Author Site , DOI
Verde MF & Perfect TJ 2011 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in recognition is absent under time pressure' Psychon Bull Rev 18, (6) 1166-1171 Author Site , DOI
Higham PA, Bruno D & Perfect TJ 2010 'Effects of study list composition on the word frequency effect and metacognitive attributions in recognition memory' Memory 18, (8) 883-899 Author Site , DOI
Dennis I, Carder H & Perfect TJ 2010 'Sizing up the associative account of repetition priming' Psychol Res 74, (1) 35-49 Author Site , DOI
Wyer NA, Perfect TJ & Pahl S 2010 'Temporal distance and person memory: thinking about the future changes memory for the past' Pers Soc Psychol Bull 36, (6) 805-816 Author Site , DOI PEARL
Wyer NA, Mazzoni G, Perfect TJ, Calvini G & Neilens HL 2010 'When Not Thinking Leads to Being and Doing: Stereotype Suppression and the Self' SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PERSONALITY SCIENCE 1, (2) 152-159 Author Site , DOI
Bruno D, Higham PA & Perfect TJ 2009 'Global subjective memorability and the strength-based mirror effect in recognition memory' Mem Cognit 37, (6) 807-818 Author Site , DOI
Higham PA, Perfect TJ & Bruno D 2009 'Investigating strength and frequency effects in recognition memory using type-2 signal detection theory' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 35, (1) 57-80 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ, Field I & Jones R 2009 'Source credibility and idea improvement have independent effects on unconscious plagiarism errors in recall and generate-new tasks' J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 35, (1) 267-274 Author Site , DOI
Carder HP, Handley SJ & Perfect TJ 2008 'Counterintuitive and alternative moves choice in the Water Jug task' Brain Cogn 66, (1) 11-20 Author Site , DOI
Andrés P, Guerrini C, Phillips LH & Perfect TJ 2008 'Differential effects of aging on executive and automatic inhibition' Dev Neuropsychol 33, (2) 101-123 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ, Wagstaff GF, Moore D, Andrews B, Cleveland V, Newcombe S, Brisbane K-A & Brown L 2008 'How can we help witnesses to remember more? It's an (eyes) open and shut case' Law Hum Behav 32, (4) 314-324 Author Site , DOI
Weston NJ, Perfect TJ, Schooler JW & Dennis I 2008 'Navon processing and verbalisation: A holistic/featural distinction' EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 20, (3) 587-611 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ, Weston NJ, Dennis I & Snell A 2008 'The effects of precedence on Navon-induced processing bias in face recognition' Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 61, (10) 1479-1486 Author Site , DOI
Stark L-J & Perfect TJ 2008 'The effects of repeated idea elaboration on unconscious plagiarism' Mem Cognit 36, (1) 65-73 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Stark L-J 2008 'Why do I always have the best ideas? The role of idea quality in unconscious plagiarism' Memory 16, (4) 386-394 Author Site , DOI
Carroll M, Campbell-Ratcliffe J, Murnane H & Perfect T 2007 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in educational contexts: Monitoring, expertise, text integration, and test format' European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 19, (4-5) 580-606
Perfect TJ, Dennis I & Snell A 2007 'The effects of local and global processing orientation on eyewitness identification performance' Memory 15, (7) 784-798
Perfect TJ, Snell A & Dennis I 2007 'The effects of local and global processing orientation on eyewitness identification performance' Memory 15, 784-798
Cattani A, Clibbens J & Perfect TJ 2007 'Visual memory for shapes in deaf signers and nonsigners and in hearing signers and nonsigners: Atypical lateralization and enhancement' Neuropsychology 21, (1) 114-121
Stark LJ & Perfect TJ 2007 'Whose idea was that? Source monitoring for idea ownership following elaboration' Memory 15, (7) 776-783
Stark LJ & Perfect TJ 2006 'Elaboration inflation: How your ideas become mine' Applied Cognitive Psychology 20, (5) 641-648
Tree JJ, Kay J & Perfect TJ 2005 ''Deep' language disorders in nonfluent progressive aphasia: An evaluation of the 'summation' account of semantic errors across language production tasks' Cognitive Neuropsychology 22, (6) 643-659
Tree J, Kay J & Perfect TJ 2005 ''Deep' Language Disorders in Non-Fluent Progressive Aphasia: An Evaluation of the 'Summation' Account of Semantic Errors Across Language Production Tasks' Cognitive Neuropsychology 22, (6) 643-659 , DOI
Weston NJ & Perfect TJ 2005 'Effects of processing bias on the recognition of composite face halves' Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12, (6) 1038-1042
Vanags T, Carroll M & Perfect TJ 2005 'Verbal overshadowing: A sound theory in voice recognition?' Applied Cognitive Psychology 19, (9) 1127-1144
Stark LJ, Perfect TJ & Newstead SE 2005 'When elaboration leads to appropriation: Unconscious plagiarism in a creative task' Memory 13, (6) 561-573
Tree JJ & Perfect TJ 2004 'A re-examination of source monitoring deficits in the elderly: Evidence for independent age deficits of item and source memory' Brain Impairment 5, 138-144
Carder HP, Handley SJ & Perfect TJ 2004 'Deconstructing the Tower of London: Alternative moves and conflict resolution as predictors of task performance' Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A-Human Experimental Psychology 57, (8) 1459-1483
Riby LA, Perfect TJ & Stollery BT 2004 'Evidence for disproportionate dual-task costs in older adults for episodic but not semantic memory' Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A-Human Experimental Psychology 57, (2) 241-267
Riby LM, Perfect TJ & Stollery BT 2004 'The effects of age and task domain on dual task performance: A meta-analysis' European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 16, (6) 863-891
Perfect TJ 2004 'The role of self-rated ability in the accuracy of confidence judgements in eyewitness memory and general knowledge' Applied Cognitive Psychology 18, (2) 157-168
Perfect TJ, Stark LJ, Tree JJ, Moulin CJA, Ahmed L & Hutter R 2004 'Transfer appropriate forgetting: The cue-dependent nature of retrieval-induced forgetting' Journal of Memory and Language 51, (3) 399-417
Perfect TJ & Harris LJ 2003 'Adult age differences in unconscious transference: Source confusion or identity blending?' Memory & Cognition 31, (4) 570-580
Moulin CJA, James N, Perfect TJ & Jones R 2003 'Knowing what you cannot recognise: further evidence for intact metacognition in Alzheimer's disease' Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition 10, 74-82 , DOI
Perfect TJ 2003 'Local processing bias impairs lineup performance' Psychological Reports 93, (2) 393-394
PERFECT TIMOTHYJ 2003 'LOCAL PROCESSING BIAS IMPAIRS LINEUP PERFORMANCE' Psychological Reports 93, (6) 393-393 , DOI
Perfect TJ, Moulin CJA, Conway MA & Perry E 2002 'Assessing the inhibitory account of retrieval-induced forgetting with implicit-memory tests' Journal of Experimental Psychology-Learning Memory and Cognition 28, (6) 1111-1119
Moulin CJA, James N, Jones RW & Perfect TJ 2002 'Evidence for preserved memory awareness in Alzheimer's disease' NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING 23, (1) S37-S37 Author Site
Moulin CJA, Perfect TJ, Conway MA, North AS, Jones RW & James N 2002 'Retrieval-induced forgetting in Alzheimer's disease' Neuropsychologia 40, (7) 862-867 Author Site
Perfect TJ, Hunt LJ & Harris CM 2002 'Verbal overshadowing in voice recognition' Applied Cognitive Psychology 16, (8) 973-980
Tree JJ, Perfect TJ, Hirsh KW & Copstick S 2001 'Deep dysphasic performance in non-fluent progressive aphasia: A case study' Neurocase 7, (6) 473-487
Riby L, Perfect T & Stollery B 2001 'Dual task performance in older adults: Further evidence that the age effect in dual tasking is domain specific' Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience S,
Moulin CJ, Perfect TJ & Jones RW 2000 'Evidence for intact memory monitoring in Alzheimer's disease: metamemory sensitivity at encoding' Neuropsychologia 38, (9) 1242-1250 Author Site
Perfect TJ, Hollins TS & Hunt AL 2000 'Practice and feedback effects on the confidence-accuracy relation in eyewitness memory' Memory 8, (4) 235-244 Author Site , DOI
Moulin CJ, Perfect TJ & Jones RW 2000 'The effects of repetition on allocation of study time and judgements of learning in Alzheimer's disease' Neuropsychologia 38, (6) 748-756 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Hollins TS 1999 'Feeling-of-knowing judgments do not predict subsequent recognition performance for eyewitness memory' JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED 5, (3) 250-264 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ & Hollins TS 1999 'Feeling-of-knowing judgments do not predict subsequent recognition performance for eyewitness memory' Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 5, (3) 250-264 , DOI
Perfect TJ & Edwards A 1998 'Implicit memory for radio advertising' PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS 83, (3) 1091-1094 Author Site
PERFECT TIMOTHYJ 1998 'IMPLICIT MEMORY FOR RADIO ADVERTISING' Psychological Reports 83, (7) 1091-1091 , DOI
Conway MA, Gardiner JM, Perfect TJ, Anderson SJ & Cohen GM 1997 'Changes in memory awareness during learning: the acquisition of knowledge by psychology undergraduates' J Exp Psychol Gen 126, (4) 393-413 Author Site
Perfect T & Jarrold C 1997 'Into the new millennium ... the future of British psychology?' PSYCHOLOGIST 10, (9) 432-432 Author Site
Perfect T 1997 'Metacognition and metaeconomics - A synergistic review' PSYCHOLOGIST 10, (8) 384-384 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Heatherley S 1997 'Preference for Advertizements, Logos, and Names: Effects of Implicit Memory' Psychological Reports 80, (3) 803-808 , DOI
Hollins TS & Perfect TJ 1997 'The confidence-accuracy relation in eyewitness event memory: The mixed question type effect' Legal and Criminological Psychology 2, (2) 205-218 , DOI
Perfect TJ 1997 'Understanding cognition - Hampson,PJ, Morris,PE' PERCEPTION 26, (3) 372-373 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Dasgupta ZR 1997 'What underlies the deficit in reported recollective experience in old age?' Mem Cognit 25, (6) 849-858 Author Site
Perfect TJ 1996 'Cognitive psychology - Kellogg,RT' PERCEPTION 25, (6) 752-754 Author Site
Perfect TJ, Mayes AR, Downes JJ & Van Eijk R 1996 'Does context discriminate recollection from familiarity in recognition memory?' Q J Exp Psychol A 49, (3) 797-813 Author Site , DOI
Wagstaff GF, Huggins J & Perfect TJ 1996 'Equality ratio equity, general linear equity and framing effects in judgments of allocation divisions' EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 26, (1) 29-41 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ & Hollins TS 1996 'Predictive feeling of knowing judgements and postdictive confidence judgements in eyewitness memory and general knowledge' APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 10, (5) 371-382 Author Site , DOI
Downes JJ, Davis EJ, De Mornay Davies P, Perfect TJ, Wilson K, Mayes AR & Sagar HJ 1996 'Stem-completion priming in Alzheimer's disease: the importance of target word articulation' Neuropsychologia 34, (1) 63-75 Author Site
Perfect TJ, Williams RB & Anderton-Brown C 1995 'Age differences in reported recollective experience are due to encoding effects, not response bias' Memory 3, (2) 169-186 Author Site , DOI
PERFECT TT 1995 'METACOGNITION - KNOWING ABOUT KNOWING - METCALFE,J, SHIMAMURA,AP' CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY 40, (7) 656-657 Author Site
PERFECT T 1995 'THE PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING - AN INTRODUCTION - STUARTHAMILTON,I' QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 48, (2) 509-510 Author Site
Perfect TJ 1995 'What do we know about what we know about what we know?' Contemporary Psychology 40, (7) 656-657 , DOI
PERFECT T 1994 'ADVERTISING EXPOSURE, MEMORY, AND CHOICE - MITCHELL,AA' MEMORY 2, (4) 476-478 Author Site , DOI
WAGSTAFF GF, BOWLES RJ, HUGHES D, ROGERS B, TURNER S & PERFECT TJ 1994 'JUDGMENTS CONCERNING ZERO INPUTS IN EQUITY SITUATIONS' JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 134, (5) 649-654 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Askew C 1994 'Print adverts: Not remembered but memorable' Applied Cognitive Psychology 8, (7) 693-703 , DOI
PERFECT T 1994 'THE HANDBOOK OF AGING AND COGNITION - CRAIK,FIM, SALTHOUSE,TA' APPL COGNITIVE PSYCH 8, (2) 181-182
Perfect TJ 1994 'What can Brinley plots tell us about cognitive aging?' J Gerontol 49, (2) P60-P64 Author Site
PERFECT TJ, WATSON EL & WAGSTAFF GF 1993 'ACCURACY OF CONFIDENCE RATINGS ASSOCIATED WITH GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND EYEWITNESS MEMORY' JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY 78, (1) 144-147 Author Site , DOI
PERFECT TJ & RABBITT PMA 1993 'AGE AND THE DIVIDED ATTENTION COSTS OF CATEGORY EXEMPLAR GENERATION' BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 11, 131-142 Author Site
WAGSTAFF GF, HUGGINS JP & PERFECT TJ 1993 'EQUITY, EQUALITY, AND NEED IN THE ADULT FAMILY' JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 133, (4) 439-443 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Stollery B 1993 'Memory and metamemory performance in older adults: one deficit or two?' Q J Exp Psychol A 46, (1) 119-135 Author Site
Perfect TJ & Rabbitt PM 1993 'Speed and accuracy of memory decisions in older adults' Psychol Rep 73, (2) 607-610 Author Site , DOI
WAGSTAFF GF & PERFECT T 1992 'ON THE DEFINITION OF PERFECT EQUITY AND THE PREDICTION OF INEQUITY' BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 31, 69-77 Author Site
Perfect TJ, Downes JJ, De Mornay Davies P & Wilson K 1992 'Preserved implicit memory for lexical information in Alzheimer's disease' Percept Mot Skills 74, (3 Pt 1) 747-754 Author Site , DOI
Wagstaff GF, Vella M & Perfect T 1992 'The effect of hypnotically elicited testimony on jurors' judgments of guilt and innocence' J Soc Psychol 132, (5) 591-595 Author Site , DOI
Perfect TJ & Hanley JR 1992 'The tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon: do experimenter-presented interlopers have any effect?' Cognition 45, (1) 55-75 Author Site
Wyer NA, Neilens H, Perfect TJ & Mazzoni G 0 'Automatic and ironic behavior are both mediated by changes in the self-concept' Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47, 1300-1303 , DOI PEARL
Wyer NA, Perfect TJ, Neilens HL, Mazzoni G & Roper J 0 'With or without you: Determinants of post-suppression behavior' Social Psychological and Personality Science , DOI PEARL
Books
Perfect TJ & Lindsay DS 2013 The SAGE Handbook of Applied Memory. SAGE
Durso F, Nickerson F, Dumais S & Perfect TJ 2007 Handbook of Applied Cognition. Chichester: Wiley
Perfect TJ & Schwartz B 2002 Applied Metacognition.
Perfect TJ & Maylor EA 2000 Models of cognitive aging. Oxford University Press, USA
Chapters
Hollins TJ & Weber N 2015 'Monitoring and regulation of accuracy in eyewitness memory: time to get some control' in Dunlosky J; Tauber S Handbook of Metacognition Oxford Oxford University Press , DOI
Moulin CJA, Perfect TJ, Akhtar S, Williams H & Souchay C 2011 'Judgements of Learning and Study-Time Allocation: An illustration from Neuropsychology' in Higham PA; Leboe J Constructions of Remembering and Metacognition Palgrave MacMillan 167-181
Perfect TJ & Stark L-J 2008 'Tales from the Crypt...omnesia' in Dunlosky J; Bjork RA Handbook of metamemory and memory Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc Inc 285-314
Perfect TJ & Moon H 2005 'The own-age effect in face recognition' in Duncan J; McLeod P; Phillips LH Measuring the mind Oxford University Press, USA 317-340
Schwartz B & Perfect TJ 2002 'Introducing applied metacognition' in Perfect TJ; Schwartz B Applied Metacognition Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Moulin CJA, Perfect TJ & Fitch F 2002 'Metacognition at encoding: Insights from Alzheimer’s disease' in Izaute M; Chambres P; Marescaux PJ Metacognition: Process, Function, and Use. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic Press. 35-48
Carroll MA & Perfect TJ 2002 'Unconscious Plagiarism' in Perfect TJ; Schwartz B Applied Metacognition Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Perfect T 2002 'When does eyewitness confidence predict performance?' in Perfect TJ; Schwartz B Applied Metacognition Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Perfect TJ & Maylor EA 2000 'Rejecting the dull hypothesis: the relation between method and theory in cognitive aging research' in Perfect TJ; Maylor EA Models of cognitive aging Oxford University Press, USA 1-18
Perfect TJ 1997 'Memory aging as frontal lobe dysfunction' in Conway MA Cognitive models of memory 315-340
Conference Papers
Perfect TJ & Weber N 2013 'None of the above? Don't know' SARMAC X Rotterdam 26/06/2013 29/06/2013
Perfect TJ, Lange N & Dennis I 2013 'What's yours is mine, what's mine is yours: unconscious plagiarism and its opposite' Experimental Psychology Society Lancaster //0 //0
Moulin CJA, James N, Perfect TJ & Jones RW 2003 'Knowing what you cannot recognise: Further evidence for intact metacognition in Alzheimer's disease' //0 //0 74-82 , DOI
Sheard M, Noyes J & Perfect T 2002 'Menu interface features, older adults and public access technology' //0 //0 537-542
Moulin CJA, Perfect TJ & Jones RW 2000 'Global predictions of memory in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence for preserved metamemory monitoring' //0 //0 230-244 , DOI

Additional information

In October 2014 I changed my name from Tim Perfect to Tim Hollins. 

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