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Bennion, K. A., Phong, J., Le, M., Cheng, K., Wahlheim, C. N., & Antony, J. W. (2024). Semantic relatedness proactively benefits learning, memory, and interdependence across episodes. eLife, 13. 

Kemp, P. L., Sinclair, A. H., Adcock, R. A., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2024). Memory and belief updating following complete and partial reminders of fake news. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 9:28. (OSF Link). 

Kemp, P. L., Goldman, A. C., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2024). On the role of memory in misinformation corrections: Repeated exposure, correction durability, and source credibility. Current Opinion in Psychology, 56,101783.

Healey, M. K., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2024). PEPPR: A post-encoding pre-production reinstatement model of dual-list free recall. Memory & Cognition, 52, 163-181. (OSF Link).


Kemp, P. L., Loaiza, V. M., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2023). Testing can enhance episodic memory updating for younger and older adults. Psychology & Aging, 38, 656-669. (OSF Link)

Sahakyan, L., Wahlheim, C. N., & Kwapil, T. R. (2023). Mnemonic discrimination deficits in multidimensional schizotypy. Hippocampus, 33, 1139-1153. (OSF Link).  

Stawarczyk, D., WahlheimC. N., & Zacks, J. M. (2023). Adult age differences in event memory updating: The roles of prior-event retrieval and prediction. Psychology & Aging, 38, 519-533. (OSF Link).

Wahlheim, C. N., Smith, S. T., Garlitch, S. M., & Wiley, R. W. (2023). Interpolated retrieval retroactively increases recall and promotes cross-episode memory interdependence. Learning & Memory, 30, 151-163. (OSF Link).

Imamoglu, A., Wahlheim, C. N., Belger, A., & Giovanello, K. S. (2023). Impaired mnemonic discrimination in children and adolescents at risk for schizophreniaSchizophrenia9:39. (OSF Link).

Wahlheim, C. N., Garlitch, S. M., Mohamed, R. M., & Weidler, B. J. (2023). Self-reported encoding quality promotes lure rejections and false alarms. Learning & Memory, 30, 96-100 (OSF Link). 

Hertel, P. T., Wahlheim, C. N., Price, W. A., Crusius, E. M., & Patino, C. L. (2023). Stuck in the past? Rumination-related memory integration. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 163:104287 (OSF Link).

Garlitch, S. M., Richmond, L. L., Ball, B. H., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2023). Adult age differences in subjective context retrieval in dual-list free recall. Memory, 31, 218-233 (OSF Link)


Kemp, P. L., Loaiza, V. M., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2022). Fake news reminders and veracity labels differentially benefit memory and belief accuracy for news headlines. Scientific Reports, 12:21829. (OSF Link).

Kemp, P. L., Alexander, T. A., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2022). Recalling fake news during real news corrections can impair or enhance memory updating: The role of recollection-based retrieval. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 7:85. (OSF Link).

Wahlheim, C. N., Eisenberg, M. L., Stawarczyk, D., & Zacks, J. M. (2022). Understanding everyday events: Predictive-looking errors drive memory updating. Psychological Science, 33, 765-781 (OSF Link).

Imamoglu, A., Foubert, C., Healey, M. K., Langella, S., Belger, A., Giovanello, K. S., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2022). Episodic memory impairment in children and adolescents at risk for schizophrenia: A role for context processing. Schizophrenia Research: Cognition, 28, 100241 (OSF Link).

Wahlheim, C. N., Christensen, A. P., Reagh, Z. M., & Cassidy, B. S. (2022). Intrinsic functional connectivity in the default mode network predicts mnemonic discrimination: A connectome-based modeling approach. Hippocampus, 32, 21-37. (OSF Link) (OpenNeuro Link).


Wahlheim, C. N., Garlitch, S. M., & Kemp, P. L. (2021). Context differentiation and remindings in episodic memory updating. In K. D. Federmeier & L. Sahakyan (Eds.), Psychology of Learning and Motivation. (Vol. 75, pp. 245-277). Academic Press.

Hermann, M. M., Wahlheim, C. N., Alexander, T. R., & Zacks, J. M. (2021). The role of prior-event retrieval in encoding changed event features. Memory & Cognition, 49, 1387-1404. (OSF Link).

Garlitch, S. M., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2021). Directing attention to event changes improves memory updating for older adults. Psychology & Aging, 36, 475-490. (OSF Link).


Stawarczyk, D., Wahlheim, C. N., Etzel, J. A., Snyder, A. Z., & Zacks, J. M. (2020). Aging and the encoding of changes in events: The role of neural activity pattern reinstatement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117, 29346-29353. (OSF Link)

Wahlheim, C. N., Alexander, T. R., & Peske, C. D. (2020). Reminders of everyday misinformation statements can enhance memory for and beliefs in corrections of those statements in the short-term. Psychological Science, 31, 1325-1339. (OSF Link)

Park, K. S., Ganesh, A. B., Berry, N. T., Mobley, Y. P., Karper, W. B., Labban, J. D., Wahlheim, C. N., Williams, T. M., Wideman, L., & Etnier, J. L., (2020). The effect of physical activity on cognition relative to APOE genotype (PAAD-2): study protocol for a phase II randomized control trial. BMC Neurology, 20:231.

Garlitch, S. M., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2020). The role of reminding in retroactive effects of memory for older and younger adults. Psychology & Aging, 35, 697-709. (OSF Link)

Garlitch, S. M., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2020). The role of attentional fluctuation during study in recollecting episodic changes at test. Memory & Cognition, 48, 800-814. (OSF LinkAwarded Best Article of the Year

Gouravajhala, R., Wahlheim, C. N., & McDaniel, M. A. (2020). Individual and age differences in block-by-block dynamics of category learning strategiesQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 73, 578-593. (OSF Link)

Wahlheim, C. N., & Garlitch, S. M. (2020). Adult age differences in the use of temporal and semantic context in dual-list free recall. Psychology & Aging, 35, 143-157. (OSF Link


Wahlheim, C. N., Alexander, T. R., & Kane, M. J. (2019). Interpolated retrieval effects on list isolation: Individual differences in working memory capacity. Memory & Cognition, 47, 619-642. (OSF Link)

Wahlheim, C. N., Smith, W. G., & Delaney, P. F. (2019). Reminders can enhance or impair episodic memory updating: A memory-for-change perspective. Memory, 27, 849-867. (OSF Link)

Wahlheim, C. N., & Zacks, J. M. (2019). Memory guides the processing of event changes in older and younger adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148, 30-50. (OSF Link)


Wahlheim, C. N., & Zacks, J. M. (2018). Individual variation in memory and cognition. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 7, 514-517.


Wahlheim, C. N., Ball, B. H., & Richmond, L. L. (2017). Adult age differences in production and monitoring in dual-list free recall. Psychology & Aging, 32, 338-353.

Wahlheim, C. N., & DeSoto, K. A. (2017). Study preferences for exemplar variability in self-regulated category learning. Memory, 25, 231-243.


Wahlheim, C. N., Richmond, L. L., Huff, M. J., & Dobbins, I. G. (2016). Characterizing adult age differences in the initiation and organization of retrieval: A further investigation of retrieval dynamics in dual-list free recall. Psychology & Aging, 31, 786-797.

Wahlheim, C. N., McDaniel, M. A., & Little, J. L. (2016). Category learning strategies in younger and older adults: Rule-abstraction and memorization. Psychology & Aging, 31, 346-357. 


Wahlheim, C. N., & Huff, M. J. (2015). Age differences in the focus of retrieval: Evidence from dual-list free recall. Psychology & Aging, 30, 768-780.

Jacoby, L. L., Wahlheim, C. N., & Kelley, C. (2015). Memory consequences of looking back to notice change: Retroactive and proactive facilitation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 41, 1282-1297.

Finley, J. R., Roediger, H. L., Hughes, A. D., Wahlheim, C. N., & Jacoby, L. L. (2015). Simultaneous versus sequential presentation in testing recognition memory for faces. American Journal of Psychology, 128, 173-195.

Wahlheim, C. N. (2015). Testing can counteract proactive interference by integrating competing information. Memory & Cognition, 43, 27-38.


Putnam, A. L., Wahlheim, C. N., & Jacoby, L. L. (2014). Memory for flip-flopping: Detection and recollection of political contradictions. Memory & Cognition, 42, 1198-1210.

Wahlheim, C. N. (2014). Proactive effects of memory in young and older adults: The role of change recollection. Memory & Cognition, 42, 950-964.

Wahlheim, C. N., Maddox, G. B., & Jacoby, L. L. (2014). The role of reminding in the effects of spaced repetitions on cued recall: Sufficient but not necessary. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40, 94-105.  


Jacoby, L. L., & Wahlheim, C. N. (2013). On the importance of looking back: The role of recursive remindings in recency judgments and cued recall. Memory & Cognition, 41, 625-637.

Jacoby, L. L., Wahlheim, C. N., & Yonelinas, A. P. (2013). The role of detection and recollection of change in list discrimination. Memory & Cognition, 41, 638-649.

Tauber, S. K., Dunlosky, J., Rawson, K. A., Wahlheim, C. N., & Jacoby, L. L. (2013). Self-regulated learning of a natural category: Do people interleave or block exemplars during study? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 356-363. (OSF Link)

Wahlheim, C. N., & Jacoby, L. L. (2013). Remembering change: The critical role of recursive remindings in proactive effects of memory. Memory & Cognition, 41, 1-15. Awarded Best Article of the Year


Wahlheim, C. N., Finn, B., & Jacoby, L. L. (2012). Metacognitive judgments of repetition and variability effects in natural concept learning: Evidence for variability neglect. Memory & Cognition, 40, 703-716.


Wahlheim, C. N. (2011). Predicting memory performance under conditions of proactive interference: Immediate and delayed judgments of learning. Memory & Cognition, 39, 827-838.

Wahlheim, C. N., Dunlosky, J., & Jacoby, L. L. (2011). Spacing enhances the learning of natural concepts: An investigation of mechanisms, metacognition, and aging. Memory & Cognition, 39, 750-763.

Wahlheim, C. N., & Jacoby, L. L. (2011). Experience with proactive interference diminishes its effects: Mechanisms of change. Memory & Cognition, 39, 185-195.


Jacoby, L. L., Wahlheim, C. N., & Coane, J. H. (2010). Test-enhanced learning of natural concepts: Effects on recognition memory, classification, and metacognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 36, 1441-1451.

Jacoby, L. L., Wahlheim, C. N., Rhodes, M. G., Daniels, K. A., & Rogers, C. S. (2010).  Learning to diminish the effects of proactive interference: Reducing false memory for young and older adults. Memory & Cognition, 38, 819-828.

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