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Michelle J. Tat
Michelle J. Tat
Boston University School of Medicine
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Exploring the role of exposure frequency in recognizing pronunciation variants
MA Pitt, L Dilley, M Tat
Journal of Phonetics 39 (3), 304-311, 2011
612011
False memories in patients with mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer’s disease dementia: Can cognitive strategies help?
C Malone, RG Deason, R Palumbo, N Heyworth, M Tat, AE Budson
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 41 (2), 204-218, 2019
252019
Explicit and implicit memory for music in healthy older adults and patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease
RG Deason, JV Strong, MJ Tat, NR Simmons-Stern, AE Budson
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 41 (2), 158-169, 2019
162019
The imagination inflation effect in healthy older adults and patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease.
MK O'Connor, RG Deason, E Reynolds, MJ Tat, S Flannery, PR Solomon, ...
Neuropsychology 29 (4), 550, 2015
162015
The use of metacognitive strategies to decrease false memories in source monitoring in patients with mild cognitive impairment
RG Deason, NA Nadkarni, MJ Tat, S Flannery, B Frustace, BA Ally, ...
Cortex 91, 287-296, 2017
152017
Response bias and response monitoring: Evidence from healthy older adults and patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease
RG Deason, MJ Tat, S Flannery, PS Mithal, EP Hussey, ET Crehan, ...
Brain and cognition 119, 17-24, 2017
92017
Remembering “txt” but not “text”: The effect of context and lexicality on memory for text message abbreviations
MJ Tat, T Azuma
Applied Psycholinguistics, 1-25, 2015
72015
The effect of cognitive load on hemispheric asymmetries in true and false memory
MJ Tat, T Azuma
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 21 (1), 50-75, 2016
62016
Flashbulb, personal, and event memories in clinical populations
AE Budson, CA Gold
Flashbulb Memories, 155-176, 2008
62008
The influence of strategic encoding on false memory in patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease dementia
MJ Tat, A Soonsawat, CB Nagle, RG Deason, MK O’Connor, AE Budson
Brain and cognition 109, 50-58, 2016
42016
Don’t shoot the messnger: memory for misspellings in context
MJ Tat, T Azuma
Journal of psycholinguistic research 41 (3), 215-236, 2012
42012
What forgetting tells us about remembering: The influence of top–down control on hemispheric asymmetries in verbal memory
MJ Tat, T Azuma
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 20 (2), 171-190, 2015
12015
Flashbulb, personal, and event memories in clinical populations
MJ Tat, CA Gold, AE Budson
Flashbulb Memories, 137-160, 2017
2017
Evaluation of a practical platform for using event-related potentials to detect Alzheimer’s disease in an outpatient setting
AE Budson, KW Turk, MJ Tat
International Journal of Psychophysiology 100 (108), 51, 2016
2016
In pursuit of an objective assessment of learning using gaze tracking and EEG
A Zumwalt, AA El-Shaar, C Nagle, M Tat
The FASEB Journal 29 (1 Supplement), 80.3, 2015
2015
Physiological Correlates of Memory in a Classroom Environment
C Nagle, M Tat, B Frustace, R Deason, A El‐Shaar, A Iyer, ...
The FASEB Journal 29, 689.7, 2015
2015
Use of Gaze Tracking and EEG to Measure Short‐and Long‐term Learning by Medical Gross Anatomy Students
A El‐Shaar, C Nagle, M Tat, A Zumwalt, A Budson
The FASEB Journal 29, 689.12, 2015
2015
Investigating the Influence of Top-Down Mechanisms on Hemispheric Asymmetries in Verbal Memory
MJ Tat
Arizona State University, 2013
2013
Long Term Representations of Spoken Words in Memory
M Tat
The Ohio State University, 2008
2008
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