Larry L. Jacoby
Larry L. Jacoby
Professor of Psychology, Washington University in St. Louis
Verified email at artsci.wustl.edu
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A process dissociation framework: Separating automatic from intentional uses of memory
LL Jacoby
Journal of memory and language 30 (5), 513-541, 1991
50561991
On the relationship between autobiographical memory and perceptual learning.
LL Jacoby, M Dallas
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 110 (3), 306, 1981
35271981
Remembering the data: Analyzing interactive processes in reading
LL Jacoby
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 22 (5), 485-508, 1983
12061983
Separating conscious and unconscious influences of memory: Measuring recollection.
LL Jacoby, JP Toth, AP Yonelinas
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 122 (2), 139, 1993
11201993
Perceptual enhancement: persistent effects of an experience.
LL Jacoby
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 9 (1), 21, 1983
10641983
An illusion of memory: False recognition influenced by unconscious perception.
LL Jacoby, K Whitehouse
Journal of experimental psychology: General 118 (2), 126, 1989
9631989
Memory attributions
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley, J Dywan
Varieties of memory and consciousness: Essays in honour of Endel Tulving …, 1989
9561989
Becoming famous without being recognized: Unconscious influences of memory produced by dividing attention.
LL Jacoby, V Woloshyn, C Kelley
Journal of experimental psychology: General 118 (2), 115, 1989
9401989
Remembering without awareness.
LL Jacoby, D Witherspoon
Canadian Journal of Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie 36 (2), 300, 1982
9241982
Becoming famous overnight: Limits on the ability to avoid unconscious influences of the past.
LL Jacoby, C Kelley, J Brown, J Jasechko
Journal of personality and social psychology 56 (3), 326, 1989
9131989
On interpreting the effects of repetition: Solving a problem versus remembering a solution
LL Jacoby
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 17 (6), 649-667, 1978
8921978
Depth of processing, recognition and recall.
RS Lockhart, FI Craik, L Jacoby
John Wiley & Sons, 1976
821*1976
Automatic versus intentional uses of memory: Aging, attention, and control.
JM Jennings, LL Jacoby
Psychology and aging 8 (2), 283, 1993
6741993
Illusions of immediate memory: Evidence of an attributional basis for feelings of familiarity and perceptual quality
BWA Whittlesea, LL Jacoby, K Girard
Journal of Memory and Language 29 (6), 716-732, 1990
6201990
Nonanalytic cognition: Memory, perception, and concept learning
LL Jacoby, LR Brooks
Psychology of learning and motivation 18, 1-47, 1984
5761984
The relation between remembering and knowing as bases for recognition: Effects of size congruency
AP Yonelinas, LL Jacoby
Journal of memory and language 34 (5), 622-643, 1995
5691995
Unconscious perception: Attention, awareness, and control.
JA Debner, LL Jacoby
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (2), 304, 1994
5421994
Effects of elaboration of processing at encoding and retrieval: Trace distinctiveness and recovery of initial context
LL Jacoby
Levels of processing and human memory, 1979
5341979
Unconscious influences revealed: Attention, awareness, and control.
LL Jacoby, DS Lindsay, JP Toth
American psychologist 47 (6), 802, 1992
4971992
Unconscious influences of memory for a prior event
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 13 (3), 314-336, 1987
4841987
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