Affiliation: University of Hertfordshire
- A content analysis of involuntary autobiographical memories: examining the positivity effect in old ageSimone Schlagman
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Memory 14:161-75. 2006..Theoretical and practical implications of these findings for ageing and autobiographical memory research are discussed...
- Prospective memory in children: the effects of age and task interruptionL Kvavilashvili
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Herts, England
Dev Psychol 37:418-30. 2001..An additional finding was that no relation was detected between performance on prospective and retrospective memory tasks. Taken together, these findings provide support for current models of PM and identify ways to assist children's PM...
- Involuntary autobiographical memories in dysphoric mood: a laboratory studyLia Kvavilashvili
School of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts, UK
Memory 19:331-45. 2011..Theoretical and practical implications of these findings for research on depression and autobiographical memory are discussed...
- Effects of age on phenomenology and consistency of flashbulb memories of September 11 and a staged control eventLia Kvavilashvili
School of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
Psychol Aging 25:391-404. 2010..The theoretical implications of these findings for research on cognitive aging and flashbulb memories are discussed...
- Differential effects of age on prospective and retrospective memory tasks in young, young-old, and old-old adultsLia Kvavilashvili
University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
Memory 17:180-96. 2009....
- How emotion affects older adults' memories for event detailsElizabeth A Kensinger
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA
Memory 17:208-19. 2009..It may be that memory for affective context, or for emotional events, relies on cognitive and neural processes that are relatively preserved in older adults...
- Is time-based prospective remembering mediated by self-initiated rehearsals? Role of incidental cues, ongoing activity, age, and motivationLia Kvavilashvili
University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, HRT, United Kingdom
J Exp Psychol Gen 136:112-32. 2007..Additional findings concern the effects of age, motivation, and ongoing activities on rehearsal and prospective memory performance...
- Out of one's mind: a study of involuntary semantic memoriesLia Kvavilashvili
Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield, Herts AL10 9AB, UK
Cogn Psychol 48:47-94. 2004..Related theoretical and methodological issues and future avenues of research in this neglected area are outlined...
- Differential effects of age on involuntary and voluntary autobiographical memorySimone Schlagman
School of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, United Kingdom
Psychol Aging 24:397-411. 2009..Theoretical implications of these findings for research on autobiographical memory and cognitive aging are discussed...
- From mind-pops to hallucinations? A study of involuntary semantic memories in schizophreniaIa Elua
University of Hertfordshire, Herts, UK
Psychiatry Res 196:165-70. 2012..The possible implications of this finding to current models of auditory verbal hallucinations are discussed and the need for future research in this area is emphasized...
- Prospective memory and ageing paradox with event-based tasks: A study of young, young-old, and old-old participantsLia Kvavilashvili
a Department of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 66:864-75. 2013..The findings call for a concentrated effort towards a theory of cognitive ageing that identifies the variables that do, or do not, account for this paradox...
- The effects of age on psychopathology, well-being and repressive copingJames A K Erskine
University of Hertfordshire, School of Psychology, Hertfordshire, UK
Aging Ment Health 11:394-404. 2007..Possible mechanisms of increased positivity, in terms of repressive coping and reductions in intrusive thoughts and rumination in old age, are discussed...
- Involuntary autobiographical memories in and outside the laboratory: how different are they from voluntary autobiographical memories?Simone Schlagman
Technical University of Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Mem Cognit 36:920-32. 2008..Taken together, these results have important implications for current theories of autobiographical memory, and they open up interesting avenues for future research...