Glen E. Bodner
Glen E. Bodner
Associate Professor of Psychology, Flinders University
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How eye movements affect unpleasant memories: Support for a working-memory account
RW Gunter, GE Bodner
Behaviour Research and Therapy 46 (8), 913-931, 2008
There are many ways to be rich: Effects of three measures of semantic richness on visual word recognition
PM Pexman, IS Hargreaves, PD Siakaluk, GE Bodner, J Pope
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15, 161-167, 2008
Beyond spreading activation: An influence of relatedness proportion on masked semantic priming
GE Bodner, MEJ Masson
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 10 (3), 645-652, 2003
Prime validity affects masked repetition priming: Evidence for an episodic resource account of priming
GE Bodner, MEJ Masson
Journal of Memory and Language 45 (4), 616-647, 2001
Masked repetition priming of words and nonwords: Evidence for a nonlexical basis for priming
GE Bodner, MEJ Masson
Journal of Memory and Language 37 (2), 268-293, 1997
Remembering and knowing in context
GE Bodner, DS Lindsay
Journal of Memory and Language 48 (3), 563-580, 2003
EMDR works... but how? Recent progress in the search for treatment mechanisms
RW Gunter, GE Bodner
Journal of EMDR Practice and Research 3 (3), 161-168, 2009
A retrospective view of masked priming: Toward a unified account of masked and long-term repetition priming
MEJ Masson, GE Bodner
Masked priming: The state of the art, 57-94, 2003
The production effect in memory
CM MacLeod, GE Bodner
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (4), 390-395, 2017
When does memory monitoring succeed versus fail? Comparing item-specific and relational encoding in the DRM paradigm.
MJ Huff, GE Bodner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (4), 1246, 2013
Reassessing the basis of the production effect in memory.
GE Bodner, A Taikh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (6), 1711, 2012
Effects of distinctive encoding on correct and false memory: A meta-analytic review of costs and benefits and their origins in the DRM paradigm
MJ Huff, GE Bodner, JM Fawcett
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 349-365, 2015
Assessing the costs and benefits of production in recognition
GE Bodner, A Taikh, JM Fawcett
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21, 149-154, 2014
Masked priming of number judgments depends on prime validity and task
GE Bodner, AT Dypvik
Memory & Cognition 33 (1), 29-47, 2005
Generation and mnemonic encoding induce a mirror effect in the DRM paradigm
RW Gunter, GE Bodner, T Azad
Memory & Cognition 35 (5), 1083-1092, 2007
Reevaluating the potency of the memory conformity effect
GE Bodner, E Musch, T Azad
Memory & Cognition 37 (8), 1069-1076, 2009
Re-examining dissociations between remembering and knowing: Binary judgments vs. independent ratings
AA Brown, GE Bodner
Journal of Memory and Language 65 (2), 98-108, 2011
Beyond binary judgments: Prime validity modulates masked repetition priming in the naming task
GE Bodner, MEJ Masson
Memory & Cognition 32 (1), 1-11, 2004
Evidence for a generate–recognize model of episodic influences on word-stem completion.
GE Bodner, MEJ Masson, JI Caldwell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (2), 267, 2000
Remembering is in the details: Effects of test-list context on memory for an event
GE Bodner, DDL Richardson-Champion
Memory 15 (7), 718-729, 2007
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