Daniel Bernstein
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How to tell if a particular memory is true or false
DM Bernstein, EF Loftus
Perspectives on Psychological Science 4 (4), 370-374, 2009
Nonprobative photographs (or words) inflate truthiness
EJ Newman, M Garry, DM Bernstein, J Kantner, DS Lindsay
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19, 969-974, 2012
Subject Review: Recovery from mild head injury
DM Bernstein
Brain injury 13 (3), 151-172, 1999
Lasting false beliefs and their behavioral consequences
E Geraerts, DM Bernstein, H Merckelbach, C Linders, L Raymaekers, ...
Psychological Science 19 (8), 749-753, 2008
False memories about food can lead to food avoidance
DM Bernstein, C Laney, EK Morris, EF Loftus
Social Cognition 23 (1), 11-34, 2005
Rich False Memories: The Royal Road to Success.
EF Loftus, DM Bernstein
American Psychological Association, 2005
Theory of mind through the ages: Older and middle-aged adults exhibit more errors than do younger adults on a continuous false belief task
DM Bernstein, WL Thornton, JA Sommerville
Experimental aging research 37 (5), 481-502, 2011
Information processing difficulty long after self-reported concussion
DM Bernstein
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 8 (5), 673-682, 2002
Hindsight bias from 3 to 95 years of age.
DM Bernstein, E Erdfelder, AN Meltzoff, W Peria, GR Loftus
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (2), 378, 2011
The consequences of false memories for food preferences and choices
DM Bernstein, EF Loftus
Perspectives on psychological science 4 (2), 135-139, 2009
We saw it all along: Visual hindsight bias in children and adults
DM Bernstein, C Atance, GR Loftus, A Meltzoff
Psychological Science 15 (4), 264-267, 2004
The current status of electrophysiologic procedures for the assessment of mild traumatic brain injury
M Gaetz, DM Bernstein
The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 16 (4), 386-405, 2001
P300 event-related potential decrements in well-functioning university students with mild head injury
SJ Segalowitz, DM Bernstein, S Lawson
Brain and Cognition 45 (3), 342-356, 2001
False beliefs about fattening foods can have healthy consequences
DM Bernstein, C Laney, EK Morris, EF Loftus
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (39), 13724-13731, 2005
Altering traumatic memory
V Nourkova, D Bernstein, E Loftus
Cognition and emotion 18 (4), 575-585, 2004
Increasing confidence in remote autobiographical memory and general knowledge: Extensions of the revelation effect
DM Bernstein, BWA Whittlesea, EF Loftus
Memory & Cognition 30 (3), 432-438, 2002
Hindsight bias and developing theories of mind
DM Bernstein, C Atance, AN Meltzoff, GR Loftus
Child development 78 (4), 1374-1394, 2007
Asparagus, a love story: Healthier eating could be just a false memory away
C Laney, EK Morris, DM Bernstein, BM Wakefield, EF Loftus
Experimental Psychology 55 (5), 291-300, 2008
Truthiness and falsiness of trivia claims depend on judgmental contexts.
EJ Newman, M Garry, C Unkelbach, DM Bernstein, DS Lindsay, RA Nash
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (5), 1337, 2015
Is cleanliness next to godliness? Dispelling old wives' tales: Failure to replicate Zhong and Liljenquist (2006).
JV Fayard, AK Bassi, DM Bernstein, BW Roberts
Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis 6 (2), 2009
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