Hanae Davis
Hanae Davis
Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Perceptual blurring and recognition memory: A desirable difficulty effect revealed
TM Rosner, H Davis, B Milliken
Acta Psychologica 160, 11-22, 2015
302015
Selective attention effects on recognition: the roles of list context and perceptual difficulty
H Davis, TM Rosner, MC D’Angelo, E MacLellan, B Milliken
Psychological Research 84 (5), 1249-1268, 2020
32020
Perceptual blurring and recognition memory: A differential memory effect in pupil responses
H Davis, A Hashemi, B Milliken, P Bennett
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 834-834, 2018
22018
Perceptual difficulty effects on memory: The benefit of incongruency for subsequent retention
H Davis
2020
Selective Attention, Conflict, and Memory: When Conflict Does and Does Not Enhance Memory Performance
H Davis, E MacLellan, TM Rosner, MC D'Angelo, B Milliken
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2016
2016
Recognition memory: Attentional orienting and selective attention effects on encoding
L Lorentz, MR LaPointe, TM Rosner, J Ortiz, H Davis, E MacLellan, ...
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2016
2016
Desirable Difficulty: The Benefit of Perceptual Disfluency on Remembering
H Davis, Z Khalesi, B Milliken, T Rosner
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2015
2015
An Effect of Perceptual Disfluency on Recognition: Blurry May be Desirable After All
TM Rosner, H Davis, B Milliken
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE …, 2015
2015
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