- A Positive Generation Effect on Memory for Auditory ContextAmy A Overman
Department of Psychology, Elon University, Elon, NC, 27244, USA
Psychon Bull Rev . 2016..e., voice gender), whereas generation of antonym words should have no effect. These predictions were confirmed, providing support to the processing account...
- Age differences and schema effects in memory for crime informationAmy A Overman
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Program, Elon University, Elon, North Carolina 27244, USA
Exp Aging Res 39:215-34. 2013..Some prior research has examined schema-based processing among older adults in legal settings, but no studies have tested for schema effects on older adults' memory for specific details of a crime...
- Computer-based training and cognitive improvement after adult-onset malaria: a case reportAmy A Overman
Psychology Department and Neuroscience Program, Elon University, CB 2337, Elon, NC 27244, USA
NeuroRehabilitation 30:101-7. 2012..The findings extend prior research on cerebral malaria and suggest possible rehabilitation methods for adults who experience cognitive impairments following malaria infection...
- The associative deficit in older adult memory: Recognition of pairs is not improved by repetitionAmy A Overman
Department of Psychology and Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Psychol Aging 24:501-6. 2009..This provides converging evidence that older adults do not form associative links between items within pairs and supports the hypothesis that an associative deficit contributes to age-related memory decline...
- Chewing gum does not induce context-dependent memory when flavor is held constantAmy A Overman
Elon University, Psychology Department, Campus Box 2337, Elon, NC 27244, USA
Appetite 53:253-5. 2009..abstract) was found, however recall performance was not improved by matched oral activity at learning and recall. The results cast further doubt on the ability of chewing gum to induce context-dependent memory effects...