Jeffrey Wammes
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The drawing effect: Evidence for reliable and robust memory benefits in free recall
JD Wammes, ME Meade, MA Fernandes
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (9), 1752-1776, 2016
902016
On the relation between motivation and retention in educational contexts: The role of intentional and unintentional mind wandering
P Seli, JD Wammes, EF Risko, D Smilek
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (4), 1280-1287, 2016
652016
Mind wandering during lectures II: Relation to academic performance.
JD Wammes, P Seli, JA Cheyne, PO Boucher, D Smilek
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 2 (1), 33, 2016
602016
Autobiographical and episodic memory deficits in mild traumatic brain injury
JD Wammes, TJ Good, MA Fernandes
Brain and cognition 111, 112-126, 2017
372017
Mind wandering during lectures I: Changes in rates across an entire semester.
JD Wammes, PO Boucher, P Seli, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology 2 (1), 13, 2016
342016
The surprisingly powerful influence of drawing on memory
MA Fernandes, JD Wammes, ME Meade
Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (5), 302-308, 2018
272018
On the clock: evidence for the rapid and strategic modulation of mind wandering
P Seli, JSA Carriere, JD Wammes, EF Risko, DL Schacter, D Smilek
Psychological science 29 (8), 1247-1256, 2018
252018
Examining the influence of lecture format on degree of mind wandering
JD Wammes, D Smilek
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (2), 174-184, 2017
212017
Creating a recollection-based memory through drawing.
JD Wammes, ME Meade, MA Fernandes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (5), 734, 2018
142018
Wandering minds and wavering goals: Examining the relation between mind wandering and grit in everyday life and the classroom.
BCW Ralph, JD Wammes, N Barr, D Smilek
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2017
142017
Drawing as an encoding tool: Memorial benefits in younger and older adults
ME Meade, JD Wammes, MA Fernandes
Experimental aging research 44 (5), 369-396, 2018
132018
Integrating words that refer to typical sequences of events.
S Khalkhali, J Wammes, K McRae
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2012
132012
Learning terms and definitions: Drawing and the role of elaborative encoding
JD Wammes, ME Meade, MA Fernandes
Acta psychologica 179, 104-113, 2017
122017
Disengagement during lectures: Media multitasking and mind wandering in university classrooms
JD Wammes, BCW Ralph, C Mills, N Bosch, TL Duncan, D Smilek
Computers & Education 132, 76-89, 2019
82019
Interfering with memory for faces: The cost of doing two things at once
JD Wammes, MA Fernandes
Memory 24 (2), 184-203, 2016
82016
Representation of linguistic information determines its susceptibility to memory interference
MA Fernandes, JD Wammes, JH Hsiao
Brain sciences 3 (3), 1244-1260, 2013
72013
Task preparation as a mnemonic: The benefits of drawing (and not drawing)
JD Wammes, BRT Roberts, MA Fernandes
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (6), 2365-2372, 2018
52018
Comparing the influence of doodling, drawing, and writing at encoding on memory.
ME Meade, JD Wammes, MA Fernandes
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2019
42019
Interfering with free recall of words: Detrimental effects of phonological competition
MA Fernandes, JD Wammes, S Priselac, M Moscovitch
Neuropsychologia 90, 59-71, 2016
42016
Drawing enhances item information but undermines sequence information in memory.
TR Jonker, JD Wammes, CM MacLeod
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (4), 689, 2019
32019
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