Robert A. Nash
Robert A. Nash
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Aston University
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TitleCited byYear
Creating non-believed memories for recent autobiographical events
A Clark, RA Nash, G Fincham, G Mazzoni
PloS one 7 (3), e32998, 2012
852012
Innocent but proven guilty: Eliciting internalized false confessions using doctored‐video evidence
RA Nash, KA Wade
Applied Cognitive Psychology 23 (5), 624-637, 2009
81*2009
Supporting Learners' Agentic Engagement With Feedback: A Systematic Review and a Taxonomy of Recipience Processes
NE Winstone, RA Nash, M Parker, J Rowntree
Educational Psychologist 52 (1), 17-37, 2017
782017
On the persuadability of memory: Is changing people's memories no more than changing their minds?
RA Nash, RL Wheeler, L Hope
British Journal of Psychology 106 (2), 308-326, 2015
572015
People consider reliability and cost when verifying their autobiographical memories
KA Wade, RA Nash, M Garry
Acta Psychologica 146, 28-34, 2014
512014
‘It'd be useful, but I wouldn't use it’: barriers to university students’ feedback seeking and recipience
NE Winstone, RA Nash, J Rowntree, M Parker
Studies in Higher Education 42 (11), 2026-2041, 2017
482017
Digitally manipulating memory: Effects of doctored videos and imagination in distorting beliefs and memories
RA Nash, KA Wade, DS Lindsay
Memory & cognition 37 (4), 414-424, 2009
472009
Shared cognitive processes underlying past and future thinking: The impact of imagery and concurrent task demands on event specificity.
RJ Anderson, SA Dewhurst, RA Nash
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (2), 356, 2012
462012
Sub-types of nonbelieved memories reveal differential outcomes of challenges to memories
A Scoboria, RA Nash, G Mazzoni
Memory 25 (7), 876-889, 2017
412017
Public attitudes on the ethics of deceptively planting false memories to motivate healthy behavior
RA Nash, SR Berkowitz, S Roche
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 885-897, 2016
392016
A robust preference for cheap-and-easy strategies over reliable strategies when verifying personal memories
RA Nash, KA Wade, M Garry, JS Adelman
Memory 25 (7), 890-899, 2017
382017
Disowned recollections: Denying true experiences undermines belief in occurrence but not judgments of remembering
G Mazzoni, A Clark, RA Nash
Acta Psychologica 145, 139-146, 2014
272014
Reconstructing alcohol-induced memory blackouts
RA Nash, MKT Takarangi
Memory 19 (6), 566-573, 2011
252011
Can fabricated evidence induce false eyewitness testimony?
KA Wade, SL Green, RA Nash
Applied Cognitive Psychology 24 (7), 899-908, 2010
232010
Why do doctored images distort memory?
RA Nash, KA Wade, RJ Brewer
Consciousness and cognition 18 (3), 773-780, 2009
232009
Look who's talking! Facial appearance can bias source monitoring
RA Nash, OM Bryer, F Schlaghecken
Memory 18 (4), 451-457, 2010
192010
What do students want most from written feedback information? Distinguishing necessities from luxuries using a budgeting methodology
NE Winstone, RA Nash, J Rowntree, R Menezes
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2016
162016
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 …, 2015
162015
Responsibility-sharing in the giving and receiving of assessment feedback
RA Nash, NE Winstone
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1519, 2017
152017
Anchoring effects in the development of false childhood memories
KA Wade, M Garry, RA Nash, DN Harper
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (1), 66-72, 2010
122010
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