Ian M. McDonough
Ian M. McDonough
Assistant Professor, University of Alabama
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Learning by analogy: Discriminating between potential analogs
LE Richland, IM McDonough
Contemporary Educational Psychology 35 (1), 28-43, 2010
The effect of cellphones on attention and learning: The influences of time, distraction, and nomophobia
JS Mendoza, BC Pody, S Lee, M Kim, IM McDonough
Computers in Human Behavior 86, 52-60, 2018
Age-related positivity effects and autobiographical memory detail: Evidence from a past/future source memory task
DA Gallo, LE Korthauer, IM McDonough, S Teshale, EL Johnson
Memory 19 (6), 641-652, 2011
Network complexity as a measure of information processing across resting-state networks: evidence from the Human Connectome Project
IM McDonough, K Nashiro
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 409, 2014
Age-related differences in prefrontal cortex activity during retrieval monitoring: Testing the compensation and dysfunction accounts
IM McDonough, JT Wong, DA Gallo
Cerebral Cortex 23 (5), 1049-1060, 2013
The dynamic aging mind: Revelations from functional neuroimaging research
DC Park, IM McDonough
Perspectives on Psychological Science 8 (1), 62-67, 2013
Dissociating source memory decisions in the prefrontal cortex: fMRI of diagnostic and disqualifying monitoring
DA Gallo, IM McDonough, J Scimeca
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (5), 955-969, 2010
Memory's aging echo: Age-related decline in neural reactivation of perceptual details during recollection
IM McDonough, SN Cervantes, SJ Gray, DA Gallo
NeuroImage 98, 346-358, 2014
The effects of cell phone use and emotion‐regulation style on college students' learning
S Lee, MW Kim, IM McDonough, JS Mendoza, MS Kim
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (3), 360-366, 2017
Illusory expectations can affect retrieval-monitoring accuracy.
IM McDonough, DA Gallo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (2), 391, 2012
Separating past and future autobiographical events in memory: Evidence for a reality monitoring asymmetry
IM McDonough, DA Gallo
Memory & Cognition 38 (1), 3-12, 2010
Impaired retrieval monitoring for past and future autobiographical events in older adults.
IM McDonough, DA Gallo
Psychology and Aging 28 (2), 457, 2013
The Synapse Project: Engagement in mentally challenging activities enhances neural efficiency
IM McDonough, S Haber, GN Bischof, DC Park
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 33 (6), 865-882, 2015
Autobiographical elaboration reduces memory distortion: Cognitive operations and the distinctiveness heuristic.
IM McDonough, DA Gallo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (6), 1430, 2008
Mindcontrol: A web application for brain segmentation quality control
A Keshavan, E Datta, IM McDonough, CR Madan, K Jordan, RG Henry
NeuroImage 170, 365-372, 2018
Addicted to cellphones: Exploring the psychometric properties between the nomophobia questionnaire and obsessiveness in college students
S Lee, M Kim, JS Mendoza, IM McDonough
Heliyon 4 (11), e00895, 2018
The busier the better: greater busyness is associated with better cognition
SB Festini, IM McDonough, DC Park
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 8, 98, 2016
Social-class differences in consumer choices: Working-class individuals are more sensitive to choices of others than middle-class individuals
J Na, IM McDonough, MY Chan, DC Park
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (4), 430-443, 2016
Quality trumps quantity at reducing memory errors: Implications for retrieval monitoring and mirror effects
JM Scimeca, IM McDonough, DA Gallo
Journal of Memory and Language 65 (4), 363-377, 2011
False memory and importance: Can we prioritize encoding without consequence?
DC Bui, MC Friedman, IM McDonough, AD Castel
Memory & cognition 41 (7), 1012-1020, 2013
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