Helen Williams
Helen Williams
Lecturer, Keele University, UK
Verified email at keele.ac.uk
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Autobiographical memory.
HL Williams, MA Conway, G Cohen
Psychology Press, 2008
1238*2008
The boundaries of episodic memories.
HL Williams, MA Conway, AD Baddeley
Oxford University Press, 2008
772008
Recollection in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
C Souchay, DZ Wojcik, HL Williams, S Crathern, P Clarke
Cortex 49 (6), 1598-1609, 2013
412013
Networks of autobiographical memories
HL Williams, MA Conway
Memory in mind and culture, 33-61, 2009
392009
Promoting writing amongst peers: Establishing a community of writing practice for early career academics
A Kent, DM Berry, K Budds, Y Skipper, HL Williams
Higher Education Research & Development 36 (6), 1194-1207, 2017
202017
Cultural variation in the correlates of flashbulb memories: An investigation in five countries
S Kulkofsky, Q Wang, MA Conway, Y Hou, C Aydin, K Mueller-Johnson, ...
Memory 19 (3), 233-240, 2011
182011
Remembering and Knowing: Using another’s subjective report to make inferences about memory strength and subjective experience
HL Williams, MA Conway, CJA Moulin
Consciousness and cognition 22 (2), 572-588, 2013
162013
Memory in the real world
HL Williams, MA Conway, G Cohen, G Cohen, MA Conway
Psychology Press, 2008
152008
Metacognitive awareness of the associative deficit for words and names
JM Berry, HL Williams, A Usubalieva, A Kilb
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 20 (5), 592-619, 2013
132013
Perceptions of competence: Age moderates views of healthy aging and Alzheimer’s disease
JM Berry, HL Williams, KD Thomas, J Blair
Experimental aging research 41 (2), 157-176, 2015
102015
Different definitions of the nonrecollection-based response option (s) change how people use the “remember” response in the remember/know paradigm
HL Williams, DS Lindsay
Memory & cognition 47 (7), 1359-1374, 2019
92019
Know versus Familiar: Differentiating states of awareness in others’ subjective reports of recognition
HL Williams, CJA Moulin
Memory 23 (7), 981-990, 2015
92015
The “egocentric” Americans? Long-term memory for public events in five countries
Q Wang, M Conway, S Kulkofsky, Y Hou, K Mueller-Johnson, C Aydin, ...
Cognitive Sciences 4 (2), 111-120, 2009
92009
Judgements of learning and study-time allocation: An illustration from neuropsychology
CJA Moulin, TJ Perfect, S Akhtar, HL Williams, C Souchay
Constructions of remembering and metacognition, 167-181, 2011
82011
Stimulating episodic memory: Initial explorations using SenseCam
E Berry, M Conway, C Moulin, H Williams, S Hodges, L Williams, K Wood, ...
52006
Artificial neural networks reveal individual differences in metacognitive monitoring of memory
AC Zakrzewski, MG Wisniewski, HL Williams, JM Berry
PloS one 14 (7), e0220526, 2019
42019
Independent recollection-familiarity ratings: Similar effects of levels-of-processing whether amount or confidence is rated.
HL Williams, GE Bodner
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2019
22019
The relationship between source, confidence, and subjective experience when two judgments are made post-recognition
HL Williams, MA Conway, CJA Moulin
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2), 572-588, 2013
22013
Clinical and cost-effectiveness of bracing in symptomatic knee osteoarthritis management: protocol for a multicentre, primary care, randomised, parallel-group, superiority trial
MA Holden, M Callaghan, D Felson, F Birrell, E Nicholls, S Jowett, ...
BMJ open 11 (3), e048196, 2021
2021
Protocol: Clinical and cost-effectiveness of bracing in symptomatic knee osteoarthritis management: protocol for a multicentre, primary care, randomised, parallel-group …
MA Holden, M Callaghan, D Felson, F Birrell, E Nicholls, S Jowett, ...
BMJ Open 11 (3), 2021
2021
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