Brittany Cardwell
Brittany Cardwell
Research Fellow, University of Otago
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Multiple causes of collaborative inhibition in memory for categorised word lists
IE Hyman Jr, BA Cardwell, RA Roy
Memory 21 (7), 875-890, 2013
Uninformative photos can increase people's perceived knowledge of complicated processes
BA Cardwell, DS Lindsay, K Förster, M Garry
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (3), 244-252, 2017
Nonprobative photos rapidly lead people to believe claims about their own (and other people’s) pasts
BA Cardwell, LA Henkel, M Garry, EJ Newman, JL Foster
Memory & cognition 44, 883-896, 2016
Evidence that “voluntary” versus “involuntary” retrieval is a fluency-based attribution
M Sanson, BA Cardwell, AS Rasmussen, M Garry
Psychological Reports 123 (1), 141-158, 2020
Photos that increase feelings of learning promote positive evaluations.
BA Cardwell, EJ Newman, M Garry, A Mantonakis, R Beckett
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (6), 944, 2017
Sadness and ruminative thinking independently depress people's moods
A Jahanitabesh, BA Cardwell, J Halberstadt
International Journal of Psychology 54 (3), 360-368, 2019
Biases in long-term location memory in the real world
C Sampaio, BA Cardwell
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 1865-1871, 2012
The mere presence of a photo on a product label can change taste perception
A Mantonakis, B Cardwell, R Beckett, E Newman, M Garry
Conference Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of the Academy of …, 2014
Collaborative inhibition and facilitation in memory for categorized word lists
IE Hyman Jr, BA Cardwell, RA Roy
Memory 21, 875-890, 2013
Religious believers do not distinguish good from poor reasons for God’s existence
BA Cardwell, J Halberstadt
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 29 (3), 147-160, 2019
Non-probative photos promote the truth of positive claims
BA Cardwell
Open Access Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington, 2015
Yet more reasons why people believe weird things
B Cardwell
Article in press at Psychological Reports
M Sanson, BA Cardwell, AS Rasmussen, M Garry
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