Michael C. Anderson
Michael C. Anderson
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
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Remembering can cause forgetting: retrieval dynamics in long-term memory.
MC Anderson, RA Bjork, EL Bjork
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (5), 1063, 1994
Suppressing unwanted memories by executive control
MC Anderson, C Green
Nature 410 (6826), 366-369, 2001
Neural systems underlying the suppression of unwanted memories
MC Anderson, KN Ochsner, B Kuhl, J Cooper, E Robertson, SW Gabrieli, ...
Science 303 (5655), 232-235, 2004
On the status of inhibitory mechanisms in cognition: Memory retrieval as a model case
MC Anderson, BA Spellman
Psychological review 102 (1), 68-100, 1995
Rethinking interference theory: Executive control and the mechanisms of forgetting
MC Anderson
Journal of Memory and Language 49 (4), 415-445, 2003
Interference and inhibition in memory retrieval
MC Anderson, JH Neely
Memory, 237-313, 1996
Inhibitory processes and the control of memory retrieval
BJ Levy, MC Anderson
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (7), 299-305, 2002
Retrieval-induced forgetting: Evidence for a recall-specific mechanism
MC Anderson, EL Bjork, RA Bjork
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 7 (3), 522-530, 2000
Neural mechanisms of motivated forgetting
MC Anderson, S Hanslmayr
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (6), 279-292, 2014
Mechanisms of inhibition in long-term memory: A new taxonomy.
MC Anderson, RA Bjork
Academic Press, 1994
Integration as a general boundary condition on retrieval-induced forgetting.
MC Anderson, KC McCulloch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 25 (3), 608, 1999
Inhibiting Your Native Language The Role of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting During Second-Language Acquisition
BJ Levy, ND McVeigh, A Marful, MC Anderson
Psychological Science 18 (1), 29-34, 2007
Varieties of goal-directed forgetting.
EL Bjork, RA Bjork, MC Anderson
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1998
Individual differences in the suppression of unwanted memories: The executive deficit hypothesis
BJ Levy, MC Anderson
Acta psychologica 127 (3), 623-635, 2008
Suppressing unwanted memories
MC Anderson, BJ Levy
Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (4), 189-194, 2009
Opposing mechanisms support the voluntary forgetting of unwanted memories
RG Benoit, MC Anderson
Neuron 76 (2), 450-460, 2012
Forgetting our facts: the role of inhibitory processes in the loss of propositional knowledge.
MC Anderson, T Bell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 130 (3), 544, 2001
Similarity and inhibition in long-term memory: evidence for a two-factor theory.
MC Anderson, C Green, KC McCulloch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (5), 1141, 2000
Retrieval induces adaptive forgetting of competing memories via cortical pattern suppression
M Wimber, A Alink, I Charest, N Kriegeskorte, MC Anderson
Nature neuroscience 18 (4), 582-589, 2015
Towards a cognitive and neurobiological model of motivated forgetting
MC Anderson, E Huddleston
True and False Recovered Memories, 53-120, 2012
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