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Beatrice G. Kuhlmann
Beatrice G. Kuhlmann
Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Aging, University of Mannheim
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Influences of source–item contingency and schematic knowledge on source monitoring: Tests of the probability-matching account
UJ Bayen, BG Kuhlmann
Journal of Memory and Language 64 (1), 1-17, 2011
752011
More than just beliefs: Experience and beliefs jointly contribute to volume effects on metacognitive judgments.
DJ Frank, BG Kuhlmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (5), 680, 2017
692017
Mediator-based encoding strategies in source monitoring in young and older adults
BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2012
502012
Context-specific prospective-memory processing: Evidence for flexible attention allocation adjustments after intention encoding
BG Kuhlmann, J Rummel
Memory & Cognition 42 (6), 943-949, 2014
462014
Performance predictions affect attentional processes of event-based prospective memory
J Rummel, BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Consciousness and cognition 22 (3), 729-741, 2013
422013
Schema bias in source monitoring varies with encoding conditions: Support for a probability-matching account.
BG Kuhlmann, B Vaterrodt, UJ Bayen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2012
412012
Older adults' use of metacognitive knowledge in source monitoring: Spared monitoring but impaired control.
BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Psychology and Aging 26 (1), 143, 2011
402011
The role of source memory in older adults' recollective experience.
CD Boywitt, BG Kuhlmann, T Meiser
Psychology and Aging 27 (2), 484, 2012
392012
Hierarchical modeling of contingency-based source monitoring: A test of the probability-matching account
NR Arnold, UJ Bayen, BG Kuhlmann, B Vaterrodt
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 20 (2), 326-333, 2013
312013
Metamemory expectancy illusion and schema-consistent guessing in source monitoring.
ML Schaper, BG Kuhlmann, UJ Bayen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (3), 470, 2019
292019
Investigating storage and retrieval processes of directed forgetting: A model-based approach.
J Rummel, I Marevic, BG Kuhlmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (10 …, 2016
242016
Multidimensionality of younger and older adults’ age stereotypes: The interaction of life domain and adjective dimension
BG Kuhlmann, AE Kornadt, UJ Bayen, K Meuser, L Wulff
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 72 (3), 436-440, 2017
162017
The impact of age stereotypes on source monitoring in younger and older adults.
BG Kuhlmann, UJ Bayen, K Meuser, AE Kornadt
Psychology and Aging 31 (8), 875, 2016
162016
Aging, source memory, and the experience of “remembering”
BG Kuhlmann, CD Boywitt
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 23 (4), 477-498, 2016
162016
Metacognitive aspects of source monitoring
BG Kuhlmann, UJ Bayen
The Oxford handbook of metamemory, 149-168, 2016
152016
Aging and memory improvement through semantic clustering: The role of list-presentation format.
BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Psychology and Aging 31 (7), 771, 2016
142016
Increasingly capable at the ripe old age? Cognitive abilities from 2004 to 2013 in Germany, Spain, and Sweden
J Grasshoff, J Beller, BG Kuhlmann, S Geyer
Plos one 16 (7), e0254038, 2021
112021
Metacognition of prospective memory: Will I remember to remember?
BG Kuhlmann
Prospective memory, 60-77, 2019
112019
Relate it! Objective and subjective evaluation of mediator-based strategies for improving source memory in younger and older adults
BG Kuhlmann, DR Touron
Cortex 91, 25-39, 2017
112017
Metacognitive expectancy effects in source monitoring: Beliefs, in-the-moment experiences, or both?
ML Schaper, BG Kuhlmann, UJ Bayen
Journal of Memory and Language 107, 95-110, 2019
102019
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