Maciej Hanczakowski
Maciej Hanczakowski
SWPS University
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The role of belief in occurrence within autobiographical memory.
A Scoboria, DL Jackson, J Talarico, M Hanczakowski, L Wysman, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (3), 1242, 2014
1132014
Calibration of metacognitive judgments: Insights from the underconfidence-with-practice effect
M Hanczakowski, K Zawadzka, T Pasek, PA Higham
Journal of Memory and Language 69 (3), 429-444, 2013
452013
Internal mapping and its impact on measures of absolute and relative metacognitive accuracy
PA Higham, K Zawadzka, M Hanczakowski
The Oxford handbook of metamemory, 39-61, 2016
312016
The effects of distraction on metacognition and metacognition on distraction: evidence from recognition memory
CP Beaman, M Hanczakowski, DM Jones
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 439, 2014
312014
Why are we not flooded by involuntary autobiographical memories? Few cues are more effective than many
M Vannucci, C Pelagatti, M Hanczakowski, G Mazzoni, CR Paccani
Psychological research 79 (6), 1077-1085, 2015
302015
Context reinstatement in recognition: Memory and beyond
M Hanczakowski, K Zawadzka, L Coote
Journal of Memory and Language 72, 85-97, 2014
292014
Cue familiarity and ‘don’t know’responding in episodic memory tasks
M Hanczakowski, T Pasek, K Zawadzka, G Mazzoni
Journal of Memory and Language 69 (3), 368-383, 2013
282013
Memory, metamemory, and social cues: Between conformity and resistance.
K Zawadzka, A Krogulska, R Button, PA Higham, M Hanczakowski
Journal of experimental psychology: General 145 (2), 181, 2016
262016
Memory as discrimination: What distraction reveals
CP Beaman, M Hanczakowski, HM Hodgetts, JE Marsh, DM Jones
Memory & cognition 41 (8), 1238-1251, 2013
262013
Continued effects of context reinstatement in recognition
M Hanczakowski, K Zawadzka, B Macken
Memory & Cognition 43 (5), 788-797, 2015
212015
Both differences in encoding processes and monitoring at retrieval reduce false alarms when distinctive information is studied
M Hanczakowski, G Mazzoni
Memory 19 (3), 280-289, 2011
212011
Confidence in forced-choice recognition: What underlies the ratings?
K Zawadzka, PA Higham, M Hanczakowski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (4), 552, 2017
182017
Inhibitory effects of thought substitution in the think/no-think task: Evidence from independent cues
F del Prete, M Hanczakowski, MT Bajo, G Mazzoni
Memory 23 (4), 507-517, 2015
182015
Context-dependent impairment of recollection in list-method directed forgetting
M Hanczakowski, T Pasek, K Zawadzka
Memory 20 (7), 758-770, 2012
172012
Metamemory in a familiar place: The effects of environmental context on feeling of knowing.
M Hanczakowski, K Zawadzka, H Collie, B Macken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (1), 59, 2017
162017
When distraction benefits memory through semantic similarity
M Hanczakowski, CP Beaman, DM Jones
Journal of Memory and Language 94, 61-74, 2017
152017
Feeling of knowing and restudy choices
M Hanczakowski, K Zawadzka, C Cockcroft-McKay
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (6), 1617-1622, 2014
152014
Remind me of the context: Memory and metacognition at restudy
K Zawadzka, N Simkiss, M Hanczakowski
Journal of Memory and Language 101, 1-17, 2018
122018
Learning through clamor: The allocation and perception of study time in noise.
M Hanczakowski, CP Beaman, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (7), 1005, 2018
122018
Two routes to memory benefits of guessing.
K Zawadzka, M Hanczakowski
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (10 …, 2019
112019
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