Shannon McGillivray
Shannon McGillivray
Associate Professor of Psychology, Weber State University
Verified email at weber.edu
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Older adults make less advantageous decisions than younger adults: Cognitive and psychological correlates
G Fein, S McGillivray, P Finn
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 13 (3), 480, 2007
1622007
Selecting valuable information to remember: Age-related differences and similarities in self-regulated learning.
AD Castel, K Murayama, MC Friedman, S McGillivray, I Link
Psychology and Aging 28 (1), 232, 2013
1142013
Brain atrophy in long-term abstinent alcoholics who demonstrate impairment on a simulated gambling task
G Fein, B Landman, H Tran, S McGillivray, P Finn, J Barakos, K Moon
Neuroimage 32 (3), 1465-1471, 2006
1072006
Monitoring one's own forgetting in younger and older adults.
V Halamish, S McGillivray, AD Castel
Psychology and aging 26 (3), 631, 2011
882011
Thirst for knowledge: The effects of curiosity and interest on memory in younger and older adults.
S McGillivray, K Murayama, AD Castel
Psychology and Aging 30 (4), 835, 2015
812015
Metamemory and memory efficiency in older adults: Learning about the benefits of priority processing and value-directed remembering.
AD Castel, S McGillivray, MC Friedman
Psychology Press, 2012
792012
Betting on memory leads to metacognitive improvement by younger and older adults.
S McGillivray, AD Castel
Psychology and Aging 26 (1), 137, 2011
792011
Cognitive performance in long‐term abstinent elderly alcoholics
G Fein, S McGillivray
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 31 (11), 1788-1799, 2007
582007
Memory for age–face associations in younger and older adults: The role of generation and schematic support.
S McGillivray, AD Castel
Psychology and aging 25 (4), 822, 2010
572010
Monitoring memory in old age: Impaired, spared, and aware.
AD Castel, CD Middlebrooks, S McGillivray
Oxford University Press, 2016
442016
Memory for allergies and health foods: How younger and older adults strategically remember critical health information
CD Middlebrooks, S McGillivray, K Murayama, AD Castel
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2016
332016
Normal performance on a simulated gambling task in treatment‐naive alcohol‐dependent individuals
G Fein, S McGillivray, P Finn
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 30 (6), 959-966, 2006
322006
Memory for medication side effects in younger and older adults: The role of subjective and objective importance
MC Friedman, S McGillivray, K Murayama, AD Castel
Memory & cognition 43 (2), 206-215, 2015
302015
I owe you: Age-related similarities and differences in associative memory for gains and losses
AD Castel, MC Friedman, S McGillivray, CC Flores, K Murayama, T Kerr, ...
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 23 (5), 549-565, 2016
282016
Back to the future: Past and future era-based schematic support and associative memory for prices in younger and older adults.
AD Castel, S McGillivray, KM Worden
Psychology and Aging 28 (4), 996, 2013
272013
Beliefs about the “hot hand” in basketball across the adult life span.
AD Castel, AD Rossi, S McGillivray
Psychology and aging 27 (3), 601, 2012
272012
OLDER AND YOUNGER ADULTS’STRATEGIC CONTROL OF METACOGNITIVE MONITORING: THE ROLE OF CONSEQUENCES, TASK EXPERIENCE, AND PRIOR KNOWLEDGE
S McGillivray, AD Castel
Experimental aging research 43 (3), 233-256, 2017
262017
Gist-based memory for prices and “better buys” in younger and older adults
CC Flores, MB Hargis, S McGillivray, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Memory 25 (4), 565-573, 2017
212017
Mismatch negativity: no difference between treatment‐naive alcoholics and controls
G Fein, S McGillivray, P Finn
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 28 (12), 1861-1866, 2004
152004
Memory and aging: Current issues and future directions
AD Castel, S McGillivray, MC Friedman, M Naveh-Benjamin, N Ohta
122012
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