Signy Sheldon
Signy Sheldon
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Episodic memory processes mediated by the medial temporal lobes contribute to open-ended problem solving
S Sheldon, MP McAndrews, M Moscovitch
Neuropsychologia 49 (9), 2439-2447, 2011
1342011
Priming and sentence context support listening to noise-vocoded speech by younger and older adults
S Sheldon, MK Pichora-Fuller, BA Schneider
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (1), 489-499, 2008
1082008
The nature and time‐course of medial temporal lobe contributions to semantic retrieval: An fMRI study on verbal fluency
S Sheldon, M Moscovitch
Hippocampus 22 (6), 1451-1466, 2012
992012
Recollective performance advantages for implicit memory tasks
SAM Sheldon, M Moscovitch
Memory 18 (7), 681-697, 2010
952010
The role of the hippocampus in memory and mental construction
S Sheldon, B Levine
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1369 (1), 76-92, 2016
852016
Effect of age, presentation method, and learning on identification of noise-vocoded words
S Sheldon, MK Pichora-Fuller, BA Schneider
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (1), 476-488, 2008
632008
Same as it ever was: vividness modulates the similarities and differences between the neural networks that support retrieving remote and recent autobiographical memories
S Sheldon, B Levine
NeuroImage 83, 880-891, 2013
602013
Intrinsic medial temporal lobe connectivity relates to individual differences in episodic autobiographical remembering
S Sheldon, N Farb, DJ Palombo, B Levine
Cortex 74, 206-216, 2016
582016
Individual differences in autobiographical memory
DJ Palombo, S Sheldon, B Levine
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (7), 583-597, 2018
372018
Differential contributions of executive and episodic memory functions to problem solving in younger and older adults
S Vandermorris, S Sheldon, G Winocur, M Moscovitch
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 19 (10), 1087, 2013
332013
Individual differences in visual imagery determine how event information is remembered
S Sheldon, R Amaral, B Levine
Memory 25 (3), 360-369, 2017
322017
Ill-defined problem solving in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Linking episodic memory to effective solution generation
S Sheldon, S Vandermorris, M Al-Haj, S Cohen, G Winocur, M Moscovitch
Neuropsychologia 68, 168-175, 2015
322015
Medial temporal lobe amnesia impairs performance on a free association task
S Sheldon, K Romero, M Moscovitch
Hippocampus 23 (5), 405-412, 2013
292013
What versus where: Investigating how autobiographical memory retrieval differs when accessed with thematic versus spatial information
S Sheldon, S Chu
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (9), 1909-1921, 2017
252017
More than a feeling: Emotional cues impact the access and experience of autobiographical memories
S Sheldon, J Donahue
Memory & cognition 45 (5), 731-744, 2017
222017
Free recall memory performance after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage
S Sheldon, RL Macdonald, TA Schweizer
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 18 (2), 334, 2012
222012
The medial temporal lobes distinguish between within‐item and item‐context relations during autobiographical memory retrieval
S Sheldon, B Levine
Hippocampus 25 (12), 1577-1590, 2015
212015
Long-term consequences of subarachnoid hemorrhage: examining working memory
S Sheldon, RL Macdonald, M Cusimano, J Spears, TA Schweizer
Journal of the neurological sciences 332 (1-2), 145-147, 2013
212013
Dissociating patterns of anterior and posterior hippocampal activity and connectivity during distinct forms of category fluency
S Sheldon, MP McAndrews, J Pruessner, M Moscovitch
Neuropsychologia 90, 148-158, 2016
192016
A neurocognitive perspective on the forms and functions of autobiographical memory retrieval
S Sheldon, C Fenerci, L Gurguryan
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 13, 4, 2019
172019
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