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Chris Wahlheim
Chris Wahlheim
Associate Professor, UNC Greensboro
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Spacing enhances the learning of natural concepts: An investigation of mechanisms, metacognition, and aging
CN Wahlheim, J Dunlosky, LL Jacoby
Memory & Cognition 39 (5), 750-763, 2011
2142011
Remembering change: The critical role of recursive remindings in proactive effects of memory
CN Wahlheim, LL Jacoby
Memory & Cognition 41, 1-15, 2013
1712013
Test-enhanced learning of natural concepts: effects on recognition memory, classification, and metacognition.
LL Jacoby, CN Wahlheim, JH Coane
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (6 …, 2010
1702010
Self-regulated learning of a natural category: Do people interleave or block exemplars during study?
SK Tauber, J Dunlosky, KA Rawson, CN Wahlheim, LL Jacoby
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 20 (2), 356-363, 2013
1052013
On the importance of looking back: The role of recursive remindings in recency judgments and cued recall
LL Jacoby, CN Wahlheim
Memory & Cognition 41 (5), 625-637, 2013
962013
Memory consequences of looking back to notice change: Retroactive and proactive facilitation
LL Jacoby, CN Wahlheim, CM Kelley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (5 …, 2015
932015
Testing can counteract proactive interference by integrating competing information
CN Wahlheim
Memory & Cognition 43 (1), 27-38, 2015
862015
The role of reminding in the effects of spaced repetitions on cued recall: Sufficient but not necessary.
CN Wahlheim, GB Maddox, LL Jacoby
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (1 …, 2014
772014
Metacognitive judgments of repetition and variability effects in natural concept learning: Evidence for variability neglect
CN Wahlheim, B Finn, LL Jacoby
Memory & cognition 40, 703-716, 2012
762012
Learning to diminish the effects of proactive interference: Reducing false memory for young and older adults
LL Jacoby, CN Wahlheim, MG Rhodes, KA Daniels, CS Rogers
Memory & Cognition 38, 820-829, 2010
692010
Memory for flip-flopping: Detection and recollection of political contradictions
AL Putnam, CN Wahlheim, LL Jacoby
Memory & Cognition 42 (7), 1198-1210, 2014
622014
Memory guides the processing of event changes for older and younger adults.
CN Wahlheim, JM Zacks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 148 (1), 30–50, 2019
582019
The role of detection and recollection of change in list discrimination
LL Jacoby, CN Wahlheim, AP Yonelinas
Memory & Cognition 41 (5), 638-649, 2013
572013
Proactive effects of memory in young and older adults: The role of change recollection
CN Wahlheim
Memory & Cognition 42 (6), 950-964, 2014
512014
Age differences in the focus of retrieval: Evidence from dual-list free recall.
CN Wahlheim, MJ Huff
Psychology and Aging 30 (4), 768–780, 2015
492015
Reminders of everyday misinformation statements can enhance memory for and beliefs in corrections of those statements in the short term
CN Wahlheim, TR Alexander, CD Peske
Psychological Science 31 (10), 1325-1339, 2020
452020
Experience with proactive interference diminishes its effects: Mechanisms of change
CN Wahlheim, LL Jacoby
Memory & Cognition 39, 185-195, 2011
332011
Aging and the encoding of changes in events: The role of neural activity pattern reinstatement
D Stawarczyk, CN Wahlheim, JA Etzel, AZ Snyder, JM Zacks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (47), 29346-29353, 2020
322020
Category learning strategies in younger and older adults: Rule abstraction and memorization.
CN Wahlheim, MA McDaniel, JL Little
Psychology and Aging 31 (4), 346–357, 2016
312016
Adult age differences in production and monitoring in dual-list free recall.
CN Wahlheim, BH Ball, LL Richmond
Psychology and Aging 32 (4), 338–353, 2017
272017
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