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Do, Lan Anh, and Ayanna K. Thomas. 2023. The Underappreciated Benefits of Interleaving for Category Learning. Journal of Intelligence 11: 153. jintelligence11080153

Thomas, A.K. Studying cognition in context to identify universal principles. Nat Rev Psychol 2, 453–454 (2023).

Thomas, A. K., McKinney de Royston, M., & Powell, S. (2023). Color-evasive cognition: the unavoidable impact of scientific racism in the founding of a field. Current Directions in Psychological Science.

Basnight-Brown, D., Janssen, S. M. J., & Thomas, A.K. (2023). Exploration of human cognitive universals and human cognitive diversity. Memory & Cognition.

Hughes, G. I., & Thomas, A. K. (2023). Retrieval practice and verbal-visuospatial transfer: from memorization to inductive learning. Journal of Language and Memory.

Thomas, A.K. & Wulff, A.N. (2023). What the acute stress response suggests about memory. Topics in Cognitive Science.

Thomas, A.K. (2023). Memory and cognition: shifting approaches to how we do science. Memory & Cognition.

Thomas, A. K., Wulff, A. N., Landinez, D., & Bulevich, J. B. (2022). Thinking about thinking about thinking … & feeling: A model for metacognitive and meta-affective processes in task engagement. WIREs Cognitive Science, 13(6), e1618.

Mason, L.A., Thomas, A.K. & Taylor, H.A. On the proposed role of metacognition in environment learning: recommendations for research. Cogn. Research 7, 104 (2022).

Swire-Thompson, B., Dobbs, M., Thomas, A. K., & DeGutis, J. (2022, August 8). Memory failure predicts belief regression after the correction of misinformation.

Prather, R. W., Benitez, V. L., Brooks, L. K., Dancy, C. L., Dilworth-Bart, J., Dutra, N. B., Faison, M. O., Figueroa, M., Holden, L. R., Johnson, C., Medrano, J., Miller-Cotto, D., Matthews, P. G., Manly, J. J., & Thomas, A. K. (2022). What Can Cognitive Science Do for People?. Cognitive science, 46(6), e13167.

Bulevich, J.B., Gordon, L.T., Hughes, G.I. et al. Are witnesses able to avoid highly accessible misinformation? Examining the efficacy of different warnings for high and low accessibility postevent misinformation. Mem Cogn 50, 45–58 (2022).

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