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Colleen M. Kelley
Colleen M. Kelley
Professor of Psychology, Florida State University
Verified email at psy.fsu.edu
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Becoming famous overnight: Limits on the ability to avoid unconscious influences of the past.
LL Jacoby, C Kelley, J Brown, J Jasechko
Journal of personality and social psychology 56 (3), 326, 1989
10691989
Memory attributions
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley, J Dywan
Varieties of memory and consciousness: Essays in honour of Endel Tulving …, 1989
10661989
Becoming famous without being recognized: Unconscious influences of memory produced by dividing attention.
LL Jacoby, V Woloshyn, C Kelley
Journal of experimental psychology: General 118 (2), 115, 1989
10201989
Remembering mistaken for knowing: Ease of retrieval as a basis for confidence in answers to general knowledge questions
CM Kelley, DS Lindsay
Journal of Memory and Language 32 (1), 1-24, 1993
8421993
Cognitive abilities and superior decision making under risk: A protocol analysis and process model evaluation
ET Cokely, CM Kelley
Judgment and Decision making 4 (1), 20-33, 2009
6122009
Unconscious influences of memory for a prior event
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 13 (3), 314-336, 1987
5291987
A contextual change account of the directed forgetting effect.
L Sahakyan, CM Kelley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (6), 1064, 2002
5252002
Adult egocentrism: Subjective experience versus analytic bases for judgment
CM Kelley, LL Jacoby
Journal of Memory and language 35 (2), 157-175, 1996
3631996
Unconscious influences of memory: Dissociations and automaticity
LL Jacoby, C Kelley
The neuropsychology of consciousness, 201-233, 1992
3041992
Memory, monitoring, and control in the attainment of memory accuracy
CM Kelley, L Sahakyan
Journal of Memory and Language 48 (4), 704-721, 2003
2232003
Recollection and familiarity: Process-dissociation.
CM Kelley, LL Jacoby
Oxford University Press, 2000
2132000
The process-dissociation procedure and similarity: Defining and estimating recollection and familiarity in recognition memory.
V Gruppuso, DS Lindsay, CM Kelley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 23 (2), 259, 1997
2121997
Making sense and nonsense of experience: Attributions in memory and judgment
CM Kelley, MG Rhodes
Psychology of learning and motivation 41, 293-320, 2002
2022002
Subjective reports and process dissociation: Fluency, knowing, and feeling
CM Kelley, LL Jacoby
Acta Psychologica 98 (2-3), 127-140, 1998
1991998
EARLY SELECTION VERSUS LATE CORRECTION
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley, BD McElree
Dual-process theories in social psychology, 383, 1999
1961999
The influence of retrieval processes in verbal overshadowing
CA Meissner, JC Brigham, CM Kelley
Memory & Cognition 29, 176-186, 2001
1932001
“I’ll remember this!” Effects of emotionality on memory predictions versus memory performance
CA Zimmerman, CM Kelley
Journal of Memory and Language 62 (3), 240-253, 2010
1922010
Creating illusions of familiarity in a cued recall remember/know paradigm
DS Lindsay, CM Kelley
Journal of Memory and Language 35 (2), 197-211, 1996
1571996
When asking the question changes the ultimate answer: Metamemory judgments change memory.
AL Mitchum, CM Kelley, MC Fox
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (2), 200, 2016
1442016
A process-dissociation framework for investigating unconscious influences: Freudian slips, projective tests, subliminal perception, and signal detection theory
LL Jacoby, CM Kelley
Current Directions in Psychological Science 1 (6), 174-179, 1992
1211992
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