Jeffrey P. Toth
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Separating conscious and unconscious influences of memory: Measuring recollection.
LL Jacoby, JP Toth, AP Yonelinas
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 122 (2), 139, 1993
Episodic memory and the self in a case of isolated retrograde amnesia.
B Levine, SE Black, R Cabeza, M Sinden, AR McIntosh, JP Toth, ...
Brain: a journal of neurology 121 (10), 1951-1973, 1998
Unconscious influences revealed: Attention, awareness, and control.
LL Jacoby, DS Lindsay, JP Toth
American psychologist 47 (6), 802, 1992
Toward a redefinition of implicit memory: process dissociations following elaborative processing and self-generation.
JP Toth, EM Reingold, LL Jacoby
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (2), 290, 1994
Multiple levels of control in the Stroop task
JM Bugg, LL Jacoby, JP Toth
Memory & cognition 36 (8), 1484-1494, 2008
Aging, subjective experience, and cognitive control: dramatic false remembering by older adults.
LL Jacoby, AJ Bishara, S Hessels, JP Toth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 134 (2), 131, 2005
Effects of aging on efficiency of task switching in a variant of the trail making test.
TA Salthouse, J Toth, K Daniels, C Parks, R Pak, M Wolbrette, KJ Hocking
Neuropsychology 14 (1), 102, 2000
Conceptual automaticity in recognition memory: levels-of-processing effects on familiarity.
JP Toth
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 1996
In defense of functional independence: Violations of assumptions underlying the process-dissociation procedure?
LL Jacoby, IM Begg, JP Toth
American Psychological Association 23 (2), 484, 1997
Dissociation of attentional processes in patients with focal frontal and posterior lesions
DT Stuss, JP Toth, D Franchi, MP Alexander, S Tipper, FIM Craik
Neuropsychologia 37 (9), 1005-1027, 1999
Process dissociations versus task dissociations: A controversy in progress.
EM Reingold, JP Toth
Oxford University Press, 1996
Lectures for a layperson: Methods for revealing unconscious processes.
LL Jacoby, JP Toth, DS Lindsay, JA Debner
Guilford Press, 1992
Fluency, familiarity, aging, and the illusion of truth
CM Parks, JP Toth
Aging, neuropsychology, and cognition 13 (2), 225-253, 2006
The Aging of Executive Functions
K Daniels, J Toth, L Jacoby
Lifespan cognition: Mechanisms of change, 96, 2006
Nonconscious forms of human memory
JP Toth
The Oxford handbook of memory, 245-261, 2000
Controlled and automatic forms of memory and attention: Process purity and the uniqueness of age-related influences
TA Salthouse, JP Toth, HE Hancock, JL Woodard
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 1997
Not one versus many, but zero versus any: Structure and function in the context of the multiple memory systems debate.
JP Toth, RR Hunt
Oxford University Press, 1999
The relationship between conscious and unconscious influences: Independence or redundancy?
LL Jacoby, JP Toth, AP Yonelinas, JA Debner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 123 (2), 216, 1994
Redefining automaticity: Unconscious influences, awareness, and control
LL Jacoby, D Ste-Marie, JP Toth
Attention: Selection, awareness, and control: A tribute to Donald Broadbent …, 1993
Perceptual identification, fragment completion, and free recall: concepts and data.
RR Hunt, JP Toth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16 (2), 282, 1990
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