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Rachel J Anderson
Rachel J Anderson
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Depression and anxiety related subtypes in Parkinson's disease
RG Brown, S Landau, JV Hindle, J Playfer, M Samuel, KC Wilson, CS Hurt, ...
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 82 (7), 803-809, 2011
1932011
Remembering the past and imagining the future: Differences in event specificity of spontaneously generated thought
RJ Anderson, SA Dewhurst
Memory 17 (4), 367-373, 2009
1262009
The mood-enhancing benefits of exercise: Memory biases augment the effect
RJ Anderson, S Brice
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12 (2), 79-82, 2011
972011
Identifying the cognitive basis of mental toughness: Evidence from the directed forgetting paradigm
SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson, G Cotter, L Crust, PJ Clough
Personality and individual differences 53 (5), 587-590, 2012
962012
Reduced specificity of autobiographical memory as a moderator of the relationship between daily hassles and depression
RJ Anderson, L Goddard, JH Powell
Cognition & Emotion 24 (4), 702-709, 2010
862010
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
802012
Social problem-solving and depressive symptom vulnerability: The importance of real-life problem-solving performance
RJ Anderson, L Goddard, JH Powell
Cognitive therapy and research 35, 48-56, 2011
742011
Mental time travel in dysphoria: Differences in the content and subjective experience of past and future episodes
RJ Anderson, GL Evans
Consciousness and Cognition 37, 237-248, 2015
562015
Social problem-solving processes and mood in college students: An examination of self-report and performance-based approaches
RJ Anderson, L Goddard, JH Powell
Cognitive Therapy and Research 33, 175-186, 2009
562009
Social problem solving, social cognition, and mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease.
RJ Anderson, AC Simpson, S Channon, M Samuel, RG Brown
Behavioral neuroscience 127 (2), 184, 2013
542013
Imagining novel futures: The roles of event plausibility and familiarity
RJ Anderson
Memory 20 (5), 443-451, 2012
452012
A gender difference in the false recall of negative words: Women DRM more than men
SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson, LM Knott
Cognition & emotion 26 (1), 65-74, 2012
432012
A brighter future: The effect of positive episodic simulation on future predictions in non-depressed, moderately dysphoric & highly dysphoric individuals
J Boland, KJ Riggs, RJ Anderson
Behaviour Research and Therapy 100, 7-16, 2018
422018
Overgeneral past and future thinking in dysphoria: The role of emotional cues and cueing methodology
RJ Anderson, J Boland, SR Garner
Memory 24 (5), 708-719, 2016
272016
Direct and generative retrieval of autobiographical memories: The roles of visual imagery and executive processes
RJ Anderson, SA Dewhurst, GM Dean
Consciousness and Cognition 49, 163-171, 2017
232017
Adaptive false memory: Imagining future scenarios increases false memories in the DRM paradigm
SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson, L Grace, L van Esch
Memory & cognition 44, 1076-1084, 2016
212016
A dysphoric's TALE: The relationship between the self-reported functions of autobiographical memory and symptoms of depression
L Grace, SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson
Memory 24 (9), 1173-1181, 2016
192016
Episodic elaboration: Investigating the structure of retrieved past events and imagined future events
RJ Anderson, L Peters, SA Dewhurst
Consciousness and Cognition 33, 112-124, 2015
132015
Survival processing versus self-reference: A memory advantage following descriptive self-referential encoding
SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson, L Grace, J Boland
Journal of Memory and Language 94, 291-304, 2017
112017
Individual differences in susceptibility to false memories: The effect of memory specificity
SA Dewhurst, RJ Anderson, DM Berry, SR Garner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (7), 1637-1644, 2018
102018
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