Chris Wahlheim

There are 5 included publications by Chris Wahlheim :

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Adult Age Differences in Production and Monitoring in Dual-List Free Recall 2017 25 The present experiment examined adult age differences in the production and monitoring of responses in dual-list free recall. Younger and older adults studied 2 lists of unrelated words and were instructed to recall from List 1, List 2, or List 1 and...
Age differences in the focus of retrieval: Evidence from dual-list free recall 2015 16 In the present experiment, we examined age differences in the focus of retrieval using a dual-list free recall paradigm. Younger and older adults studied 2 lists of unrelated words and recalled from the first list, the second list, or both lists. Old...
Category learning strategies in younger and older adults: Rule abstraction and memorization 2016 17 Despite the fundamental role of category learning in cognition, few studies have examined how this ability differs between younger and older adults. The present experiment examined possible age differences in category learning strategies and their ef...
Characterizing adult age differences in the initiation and organization of retrieval: A further investigation of retrieval dynamics in dual-list free recall 2016 18 In a recent experiment using dual-list free recall of unrelated word lists, C. N. Wahlheim and M. J. Huff (2015) found that relative to younger adults, older adults showed: (a) impaired recollection of temporal context, (b) a broader pattern of retri...
Memory consequences of looking back to notice change: Retroactive and proactive facilitation 2015 17 Three experiments contrasted recollection of change with differentiation as means of avoiding retroactive interference and proactive interference. We manipulated the extent to which participants looked back to notice change between pairs of cues and ...