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Cardiovascular fitness and executive control during task-switching: an ERP study
JL Scisco, PA Leynes, J Kang
International Journal of Psychophysiology 69 (1), 52-60, 2008
972008
Conflict and criterion setting in recognition memory.
T Curran, C DeBuse, PA Leynes
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (1), 2, 2007
842007
Topographic differences in CNV amplitude reflect different preparatory processes
PA Leynes, JD Allen, RL Marsh
International Journal of Psychophysiology 31 (1), 33-44, 1998
741998
Event-related potential (ERP) evidence for fluency-based recognition memory
PA Leynes, K Zish
Neuropsychologia 50 (14), 3240-3249, 2012
622012
What psychological process is reflected in the FN400 event-related potential component?
PA Leynes, H Bruett, J Krizan, A Veloso
Brain and Cognition 113, 142-154, 2017
592017
Event-related potential (ERP) evidence for varied recollection during source monitoring.
PA Leynes, MC Phillips
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (4), 741, 2008
542008
Did I do that? An ERP study of memory for performed and planned actions
PA Leynes, ML Bink
International Journal of Psychophysiology 45 (3), 197-210, 2002
502002
Event-related potentials indicate that fluency can be interpreted as familiarity
H Bruett, PA Leynes
Neuropsychologia 78, 41-50, 2015
492015
Variations in retrieval monitoring during action memory judgments: Evidence from event-related potentials (ERPs)
PA Leynes, B Kakadia
International Journal of Psychophysiology 87 (2), 189-199, 2013
422013
Neurophysiological evidence that perceptions of fluency produce mere exposure effects
PA Leynes, RJ Addante
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 754-767, 2016
362016
Event-related potential (ERP) evidence for sensory-based action memories
PA Leynes, JA Grey, JT Crawford
International Journal of Psychophysiology 62 (1), 193-202, 2006
342006
Champagne, beer, or coffee? A corpus of gender-related and neutral words
JT Crawford, PA Leynes, CB Mayhorn, ML Bink
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 36, 444-458, 2004
312004
Investigating the encoding and retrieval of intentions with event-related potentials
PA Leynes, RL Marsh, JL Hicks, JD Allen, CB Mayhorn
Consciousness and Cognition 12 (1), 1-18, 2003
312003
The effect of specific test queries on source-monitoring event-related potentials
PA Leynes
Brain and Cognition 50 (2), 218-233, 2002
292002
Influence of encoding focus and stereotypes on source monitoring event-related-potentials
PA Leynes, I Nagovsky
Brain Research 1630, 171-182, 2016
272016
Visual perspective during remembering: ERP evidence of familiarity-based source monitoring
PA Leynes, B Askin, JD Landau
Cortex 91, 157-168, 2017
252017
Event-related potential evidence of accessing gender stereotypes to aid source monitoring
PA Leynes, JT Crawford, AM Radebaugh, E Taranto
Brain Research 1491, 176-187, 2013
252013
Event-related potentials indicate that reality monitoring differs from external source monitoring
PA Leynes, A Cairns, JT Crawford
The American journal of psychology 118 (4), 497-524, 2005
242005
Manipulations that disrupt generative processes decrease conformity to examples: Evidence from two paradigms
J Landau, PA Leynes
Memory 12 (1), 90-103, 2004
242004
Eliminating the memory blocking effect
PA Leynes, O Rass, JD Landau
Memory 16 (8), 852-872, 2008
232008
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