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Gabriel I. Cook
Gabriel I. Cook
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Interference to ongoing activities covaries with the characteristics of an event-based intention.
RL Marsh, JL Hicks, GI Cook, JS Hansen, AL Pallos
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (5), 861, 2003
3212003
Task interference in time-based, event-based, and dual intention prospective memory conditions
JL Hicks, RL Marsh, GI Cook
Journal of Memory and Language 53 (3), 430-444, 2005
2452005
On the relationship between effort toward an ongoing task and cue detection in event-based prospective memory.
RL Marsh, JL Hicks, GI Cook
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (1), 68, 2005
2232005
Task interference from prospective memories covaries with contextual associations of fulfilling them
RL Marsh, JL Hicks, GI Cook
Memory & cognition 34, 1037-1045, 2006
1952006
Associating a time‐based prospective memory task with an expected context can improve or impair intention completion
GI Cook, RL Marsh, JL Hicks
Applied Cognitive Psychology 19 (3), 345-360, 2005
1062005
An observation on the spontaneous noticing of prospective memory event-based cues.
JB Knight, JT Meeks, RL Marsh, GI Cook, GA Brewer, JL Hicks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (2), 298, 2011
832011
Gender and orientation stereotypes bias source-monitoring attributions
R Marsh, G Cook, J Hicks
Memory 14 (2), 148-160, 2006
832006
Source monitoring is not always enhanced for valenced material
GI Cook, JL Hicks, RL Marsh
Memory & Cognition 35, 222-230, 2007
802007
Task interference from event-based intentions
RL Marsh, GI Cook, JL Hicks
Memory & Cognition 34, 1636-1643, 2006
792006
Halo and devil effects demonstrate valenced-based influences on source-monitoring decisions
GI Cook, RL Marsh, JL Hicks
Consciousness and cognition 12 (2), 257-278, 2003
712003
Comparing older and younger adults in an event-based prospective memory paradigm containing an output monitoring component
RL Marsh, JL Hicks, GI Cook, CB Mayhorn
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 14 (2), 168-188, 2007
692007
Source memory in the absence of successful cued recall.
GI Cook, RL Marsh, JL Hicks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (4), 828, 2006
552006
An analysis of prospective memory
RL Marsh, GI Cook, JL Hicks
Psychology of learning and motivation 46, 115-153, 2006
542006
The valence of event-based prospective memory cues or the context in which they occur affects their detection
A Clark-Foos, GA Brewer, RL Marsh, JT Meeks, GI Cook
The American journal of psychology 122 (1), 89-97, 2009
532009
An observation on the role of context variability in free recall.
JL Hicks, RL Marsh, GI Cook
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (5), 1160, 2005
492005
Detecting event-based prospective memory cues occurring within and outside the focus of attention
JL Hicks, GI Cook, RL Marsh
The American journal of psychology 118 (1), 1-12, 2005
472005
Toward an understanding of motivational influences on prospective memory using value-added intentions
GI Cook, J Rummel, S Dummel
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 278, 2015
422015
On beginning to understand the role of context in prospective memory.
RL Marsh, JL Hicks, GI Cook
Taylor & Francis Group/Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008
422008
Retrieval constraints on the front end create differences in recollection on a subsequent test
RL Marsh, JT Meeks, GI Cook, A Clark-Foos, JL Hicks, GA Brewer
Journal of Memory and Language 61 (3), 470-479, 2009
392009
A comparison of activity‐based to event‐based prospective memory
GA Brewer, RL Marsh, A Clark‐Foos, JT Meeks, GI Cook, JL Hicks
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (4), 632-640, 2011
362011
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