Wahlheim, Christopher

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The effect of peers’ beliefs on change-recollection driven rejection of misinformation 2019 296 Once false information has been encoded, it can be difficult to diminish its influence. The persistent effect of misinformation on later learning, even after the misinformation has been retracted or corrected, is referred to as the continued influenc...
The role of attention to changes in episodic memory updating 2021 99 Memory-for-Change accounts have shown that detection and recollection of change may help counteract the deleterious effect of the proactive interference and promote proactive facilitation in some cases. While it is a common understanding that people ...
Spacing by retention interval interactions in retroactive effects of memory: the role of detecting and remembering change 2021 125 We have long known that increasing the distance between repeated study opportunities can enhance learning. The magnitude of this spaced repetition effect depends on the retention interval between study and test. The interaction of spacing and retenti...
Adult age differences in the forward testing effect 2021 184 Testing previously learned information can enhance subsequent learning of new information. This benefit was originally attributed to contextual segregation, but recent work suggests that testing can promote integrative encoding of competing informati...
Examining the associations between adult age differences, attention, and episodic memory updating 2022 41 Episodic memory updating is required in everyday life when we must learn something new that differs from existing memories. A recent framework proposes that updating can be promoted when such changes are detected, allowing for an integrated represent...