Publications

In preparation

Williams, H.L. & Lindsay, D.S. Know versus Familiar in recognition memory.

Williams, H.L. & Lindsay, D.S. Continuous recognition versus study-test recognition.

Williams, H.L., Conway, M.A., & Moulin, C.J.A. The relationship between source, confidence, and subjective experience when two judgments are made post-recognition.

2017

Kent, A., Berry, D.M., Budds, K., Skipper, Y., & Williams, H.L. (2017). Promoting Writing Amongst Peers: Establishing a Community of Writing Practice for Early Career Academics. Higher Education Research and Development. Published online 13th March 2017. doi: 10.1080/07294360.2017.1300141

2015

Williams, H.L. & Moulin, C.J.A. (2015). Know versus Familiar: Differentiating states of awareness in others’ subjective reports of recognition. Memory, 23(7), 981-990. doi: 10.1080/09658211.2014.945460

Berry, J.M., Williams, H.L., Thomas, K.D., & Blair, J. (2015). Perceptions of competence: Age moderates views of healthy aging and Alzheimer’s disease. Experimental Aging Research, 41(2), 157-176.

2013

Berry, J.M., Williams, H.L., Usubalieva, A., & Kilb, A. (2013). Metacognitive awareness of the associative deficit for words and names. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 20(5), 592-619. doi: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13825585.2012.761670

Williams, H.L., Conway, M.A., & Moulin, C.J.A. (2013). Remembering and Knowing: Using another’s subjective report to make inferences about memory strength and subjective experience. Consciousness and Cognition, 22, 572–588. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.concog.2013.03.009

Souchay, C., Wojcik, D.Z., Williams, H.L., Crathern, S., & Clarke, P. (2013). Recollection in adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Cortex, 49(6), 1598-1609. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2012.07.011 PDF

2011

Moulin, C.J.A., Perfect, T.J., Akhtar, S., Williams, H.L., & Souchay, C. (2011). Judgements of learning and study time allocation: An illustration from neuropsychology. In J. Leboe & P.A. Higham (eds.) Constructions of Remembering and Metacognition. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 167-181. PDF

Kulkofsky, S., Wang, Q., Conway, M.A. Hou, Y., Aydin, C., Mueller-Johnson, K., & Williams, H. (2011). Cultural variation in the correlates of flashbulb memories: An investigation in five countries. Memory, 19 (3), 233-240. doi: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09658211.2010.551132

2009

Williams, H.L., & Conway, M.A. (2009). Networks of autobiographical memories. In P. Boyer & J. Wertsch (eds.), Memory in Mind and Culture. New York: Cambridge Psychology Press. pp. 33-61. PDF

Wang, Q., Conway, M.A., Hou, Y., Kulkofsky, S., Mueller-Johnson, K., Aydin, C., & Williams, H.L. (2009). The “egocentric” Americans? Long-term memory for public news events in five countries. Cognitive Sciences, 4 (2), 111-120.

Moulin, C.J.A., Souchay, C., Williams, H.L., Smith, S.J., & Rathbone, C.J. (2009). Feelings of remembering and knowing: Memory and aging from a first-person perspective. BPS PSIGE newsletter, 106, 5-9. PDF

2008

Williams, H.L., Conway, M.A. & Cohen, G. (2008). Autobiographical Memory. In G. Cohen & M.A. Conway (eds.), Memory in the Real World (3rd Edition) London: Psychology Press. pp. 21-90. PDF

Conway, M.A., & Williams, H.L., (2008). Autobiographical memory. In John H. Byrne et al., Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference. Oxford: Elsevier Ltd. pp. 893-909. PDF

Williams, H.L., Conway, M.A., & Baddeley, A.D. (2008). The boundaries of episodic memories. In T.F. Shipley, & J.M. Zacks (Eds.), Understanding events: From perception to action. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 589-616. PDF

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