Paige Kemp
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Recalling fake news during real news corrections can impair or enhance memory updating: the role of recollection-based retrieval
PL Kemp, TR Alexander, CN Wahlheim
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 7 (1), 85, 2022
Fake news reminders and veracity labels differentially benefit memory and belief accuracy for news headlines
PL Kemp, VM Loaiza, CN Wahlheim
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 21829, 2022
Context differentiation and remindings in episodic memory updating
CN Wahlheim, SM Garlitch, PL Kemp
Psychology of learning and motivation 75, 245-277, 2021
Correction Effects on the Perceived Accuracy of Fake News Headlines Over Time: The Critical Role of Recollecting Corrections
CN Wahlheim, P Kemp, R Wiley, A Engelhardt
Testing can enhance episodic memory updating in younger and older adults.
PL Kemp, VM Loaiza, CN Wahlheim
Psychology and Aging 38 (7), 656, 2023
Word skipping during the lexical acquisition process
MA Eskenazi, P Kemp, JR Folk
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 74 (3), 548-558, 2021
Memory and belief updating following complete and partial reminders of fake news
PL Kemp, AH Sinclair, RA Adcock, CN Wahlheim
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 9 (1), 28, 2024
On the role of memory in misinformation corrections: Repeated exposure, correction durability, and source credibility
PL Kemp, AC Goldman, CN Wahlheim
Current Opinion in Psychology, 101783, 2023
Adult Age Differences in the Forward Testing Effect
PL Kemp
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2021
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