|Present||Professor, Psychology, Trinity University ‐ Department of Psychology|
- Statistics and Methods
- Memory & Cognition
- Principles of Learning
Journal Articles (61)
Ruminators (Unlike Others) Fail to Show Suppression-Induced Forgetting on Indirect ...
Clinical Psychological Science (2018)
Suppression is a useful everyday skill leading to the clinically important outcome of forgetting. Suppression-induced forgetting, investigated with the think/no-think ...
Cognitive and Neural Consequences of Memory Suppression in Major Depressive ...
Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience (2017)
Negative biases in cognition have been documented consistently in major depressive disorder (MDD), including difficulties in the ability to control ...
Cognitive Bias Modification: Retrieval Practice to Simulate and Oppose Ruminative ...
Clinical Psychological Science (2017)
Ruminative tendencies to think repetitively about negative events, like retrieval practice in laboratory experiments, should enhance long-term recall. To evaluate ...
Rumination: Cognitive Consequences of Training to Inhibit the Negative
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry (2015)
Background and Objectives: To explore cognitive factors in ruminative thinking, we assessed the effect of a single-session of inhibition training ...
Looking on the Dark Side: Rumination and Cognitive Bias Modification
Clinical Psychological Science (2014)
To understand cognitive bases of self-reported ruminative tendencies, we examined interpretations and subsequent memories of ambiguous situations depicting opportunities for ...
Cognitive Bias Modification: Past Perspectives, Current Findings, and Future Applications
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2011)
Research conducted within the general paradigm of Cognitive Bias Modification (CBM) reveals that emotional biases in attention, interpretation, and memory ...