Jason M. Watson
Jason M. Watson
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Utah
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Factors that determine false recall: A multiple regression analysis
HL Roediger, JM Watson, KB McDermott, DA Gallo
Psychonomic bulletin & review 8 (3), 385-407, 2001
9422001
Neural substrates of envisioning the future
KK Szpunar, JM Watson, KB McDermott
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (2), 642-647, 2007
9242007
Spreading activation and arousal of false memories.
HL Roediger III, DA Balota, JM Watson
American Psychological Association, 2001
4872001
Who multi-tasks and why? Multi-tasking ability, perceived multi-tasking ability, impulsivity, and sensation seeking
DM Sanbonmatsu, DL Strayer, N Medeiros-Ward, JM Watson
PloS one 8 (1), e54402, 2013
4612013
A procedure for identifying regions preferentially activated by attention to semantic and phonological relations using functional magnetic resonance imaging
KB McDermott, SE Petersen, JM Watson, JG Ojemann
Neuropsychologia 41 (3), 293-303, 2003
4532003
The rise and fall of false recall: The impact of presentation duration
KB McDermott, JM Watson
Journal of Memory and Language 45 (1), 160-176, 2001
3812001
The contributions of prefrontal cortex and executive control to deception: evidence from activation likelihood estimate meta-analyses
SE Christ, DC Van Essen, JM Watson, LE Brubaker, KB McDermott
Cerebral cortex 19 (7), 1557-1566, 2009
3632009
Supertaskers: Profiles in extraordinary multitasking ability
JM Watson, DL Strayer
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (4), 479-485, 2010
3312010
Individual differences in susceptibility to false memory in the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm.
JM Watson, MF Bunting, BJ Poole, ARA Conway
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (1), 76, 2005
3182005
Effect of cooking on the soluble and insoluble oxalate content of some New Zealand foods
GP Savage, L Vanhanen, SM Mason, AB Ross
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 13 (3), 201-206, 2000
2902000
Beyond mean response latency: Response time distributional analyses of semantic priming
DA Balota, MJ Yap, MJ Cortese, JM Watson
Journal of Memory and Language 59 (4), 495-523, 2008
1952008
Attempting to avoid false memories in the Deese/Roediger—McDermott paradigm: Assessing the combined influence of practice and warnings in young and old adults
JM Watson, KB Mcdermott, DA Balota
Memory & cognition 32 (1), 135-141, 2004
1852004
Cognitive distraction while multitasking in the automobile
DL Strayer, JM Watson, FA Drews
Psychology of learning and motivation 54, 29-58, 2011
1792011
Semantic, phonological, and hybrid veridical and false memories in healthy older adults and in individuals with dementia of the Alzheimer type.
JM Watson, DA Balota, SD Sergent-Marshall
Neuropsychology 15 (2), 254, 2001
1622001
Predicting semantic priming at the item level
KA Hutchison, DA Balota, MJ Cortese, JM Watson
Quarterly Journal of experimental psychology 61 (7), 1036-1066, 2008
1392008
Creating false memories with hybrid lists of semantic and phonological associates: Over-additive false memories produced by converging associative networks
JM Watson, DA Balota, HL Roediger III
Journal of Memory and Language 49 (1), 95-118, 2003
1292003
Introduction: Historical perspectives on mild traumatic brain injury, symptom validity assessment, and malingering.
DA Carone, SS Bush
Springer Publishing Company, 2013
1102013
Cross-modal semantic and homograph priming in healthy young, healthy old, and in Alzheimer's disease individuals
DA Balota, JM Watson, JM Duchek, FR Ferraro
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 5 (7), 626-640, 1999
1091999
False memories in schizophrenia.
S Moritz, TS Woodward, C Cuttler, JC Whitman, JM Watson
Neuropsychology 18 (2), 276, 2004
1082004
The roles of spreading activation and retrieval mode in producing false recognition in the DRM paradigm
ML Meade, JM Watson, DA Balota, HL Roediger III
Journal of Memory and Language 56 (3), 305-320, 2007
972007
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