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

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).

Mazerolle, M., Smith, A. M., Torrance, M., & Thomas, A. K. (2021). Understanding Older Adults' Memory Distortion in the Light of Stereotype Threat. Frontiers in psychology, 12, 628696.

Wulff, A. N., & Thomas, A. K. (2021). The Dynamic and Fragile Nature of Eyewitness Memory Formation: Considering Stress and Attention. Frontiers in psychology, 12, 666724.

Hughes, G. I., & Thomas, A. K. (2021). Visual category learning: Navigating the intersection of rules and similarity. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 28(3), 711–731.

DeCaro, R., Thomas, A.K. Prompting retrieval during monitoring and self-regulated learning in older and younger adults. Metacognition Learning 15, 367–390 (2020).

Karanian, J. M., Rabb, N., Wulff, A. N., Torrance, M. G., Thomas, A. K., & Race, E. (2020). Protecting memory from misinformation: Warnings modulate cortical reinstatement during memory retrieval. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(37), 22771–22779.

Thomas, A. K., Smith, A. M., & Mazerolle, M. (2020). The Unexpected Relationship Between Retrieval Demands and Memory Performance When Older Adults Are Faced With Age-Related Stereotypes. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences, 75(2), 241–250.

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