Academic Publications 

- Claude Bernard -

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PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D., Papesh, M. H., & Hout, M. C. (in press). The detail is in the difficulty: Challenging search facilitates rich incidental object encoding. In press at: Memory & Cognition.

  • Urgolites, Z., Wixted. J. T., Goldinger, S. D., Papesh, M. H., Squire, L. R., Smith, K. A., Treiman, D. T., & Steinmetz, P. N. (in press). Spiking activity in the human hippocampus prior to encoding predicts subsequent memory. In press at: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

  • Goldinger, S. D., Papesh, M. H., Barnhart, A. B., Hansen, W. A., & Hout, M. C. (2016). The poverty of embodied cognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23, 959 - 978. doi: 10.3758/s13423-015-0860-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Hout, M. C., Papesh, M. H., & Goldinger, S. D. (2013). Multidimensional Scaling. WIREs Cognitive Science, 4, 93-103. doi: 10.1002/wcs.1203

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited Volume Chapters

  • Papesh, M. H. & Goldinger, S. D. (2015).  Pupillometry and memory: External signals of metacognitive control. M. Tops, S. Koole, & G. Gendolla (Eds.), Biobehavioral Foundations of Self-Regulation.

 

  • Papesh, M. H. & Goldinger, S. D. (2013).  Recollection is fast and easy:  Pupillometric studies of face memory. In B. Ross (Ed.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation, Vol. 59, pp. 191-222.

 

  • Papesh, M. H., & Goldinger, S. D. (2011). Your effort is showing! Pupil dilation reveals memory heuristics. In P. Higham & J. Leboe (Eds.), Constructions of Remembering and Metacognition (pp. 215-224).  Palgrave Macmillan.

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D., Hicks, J. L., & Papesh, M. H. (2018). Remembering to remember (and remembering other stuff too!): Incidental encoding in prospective memory. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in New Orleans, LA (November, 2018).

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H. (2018). Spotting rare targets makes your brain “blink” longer, and your pupils grow larger. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Objects, Perception, Attention, and Memory Meeting in New Orleans (November, 2018).

 

  • *Cash, D. K. & Papesh, M.H. (2018). Knowing not: Similarities (and dissimilarities) between rejecting and remembering. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Objects, Perception, Attention, and Memory Meeting in New Orleans (November, 2018).

 

  • Moen, K. C., *Guevara Pinto, J. D., Papesh, M. H., & Beck, M. R. (2018). Feature vs Identity: Directed forgetting in visual working memory. Poster to be presented at the annual Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) conference in New Orleans, LA (November, 2018).

 

  • Wixted, J.T., Squire, L.R., Papesh, M.H., Goldinger, S.D., & Steinmetz, P.N. (2018). Time course of the development of episodic memory signals in the human hippocampus.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in San Diego, CA.  

 

  • *Guevara-Pinto, J., Papesh, M.H., Hout, M.C., & Goldinger, S.D. (2018). Enhanced distractor memory following difficult search:  The role of attention allocation in incidental encoding.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society in St. Petersburgh, Florida (May 2018).

  • **Lass, M., *Guevara Pinto, J. D., & Papesh, M. H. (2018). The unrecognized benefits of attention allocation in prospective memory. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Charleston, SC (March 2018).

  • **Walker, M. & Papesh, M. H. (2018). Impact of value on prospective memory performance in face matching. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Charleston, SC (March 2018).

  • Hicks, J. L., Spitler, S. N., & Papesh, M. H. (2018). The after-effects of intentions: Spontanous retrieval, commission errors, and cost. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Charleston, SC (March 2018).

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H. (2017). Low-prevalence target identification depletes attentional resources. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Vancouver, BC (November, 2017).

  • *Heisick, L. L., *Acklin, D., *Guevara Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H. (2017). Implicit versus explicit social classification in unfamiliar face perception. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Vancouver, BC (November, 2017).

  • Spitler, S. N., Hicks, J. L., & Papesh, M. H. (2017). After-effects of canceled intentions and retrieval dynamics in mouse-tracking. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Vancouver, BC (November, 2017).

  • *Guevara-Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H., & **Johnson, A-K. (2017). From mouth to mouse: Mouse-trajectories reveal early voice-specificity effects. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, GA (March 2017).

  • *Heisick, L. L. & Papesh, M. H. (2017). Parts versus whole: How does processing bias influence face matching? Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, GA (March, 2017).

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D.  & Papesh, M. H. (2016). The low-prevalence effect transfers to other tasks. Poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Boston, MA (November, 2016).

  • Hout, M. C., Lopez, A., Robbins, A., & Papesh, M. H. (2016). Expertise fine-tunes mental representations of targets during challenging visual search. Poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Boston, MA (November, 2016).

  • *Heisick, L. L., **Warner, K. M., & Papesh, M. H. (2016). The persistence of the low-prevalence effect in unfamiliar face-matching.. Poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Boston, MA (November, 2016).

  • *Moen, K. M., *Guevara Pinto, J. D., Papesh, M. H., & Beck, M. R. (2016). Directed forgetting in visual working memory: Detoured, not lost.. Paper to be presented at the Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) Conference in Boston, MA (November, 2016).

  • *Acklin, D. M. & Papesh, M. H. (2016). Unfamiliar face matching has profound amnesia. Poster to be presented at the Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) Conference in Boston, MA (November, 2016).

  • *Heisick, L. L. & Papesh, M. H. (2016). Cognitive effort or cognitive effortless. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA (March 2016).

  • *Acklin, D. M. & Papesh, M. H. (2016). Working memory and text difficulty affect comprehension during RSVP reading. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA (March 2016).

  • *Guevara-Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H., & Hout, M.C. (2016). RSVP search: Typicality effects in an atypical visual search task. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in New Orleans, LA (March 2016).

  • *Guevara Pinto, J. D.  & Papesh, M. H. (2015). Physical retrieval dynamics of unexpected processing fluency. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Chicago, IL (November, 2015). PDF

 

  • *Heisick, L. L. & Papesh, M. H. (2015). The perceptual and cognitive challenges of unfamiliar face matching. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Hilton Head, SC (March, 2015).

 

  • *Guevara-Pinto, J. D. & Papesh, M. H. (2015). Retrieval dynamics in memory: The hand-mind connection. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Hilton Head, SC (March, 2015).

 

  • Papesh, M. H. (2014). Physical retrieval dynamics reveal memory retrieval dynamics. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Long Beach, CA (November, 2014).

 

  • Papesh, M. H. & Goldinger, S. D. (2014). Pupil dilation reveals cognitive effort, and cognitive effortless. Paper presented at the 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology Meeting in Hiroshima, Japan (September, 2014).

Selected Conference Presentations

* Denotes grad student authors; ** Denotes undergraduate student authors

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