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  • Janssen, S.M.J., Rubin, D.C., & Conway, M.A. (2012). The reminiscence bump in the temporal distribution of the best football players of all time: Pelé, Cruijff or Maradona? The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65 (1), 165-178.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Gralak, A., & Murre, J.M.J. (2011). A model for removing the increased recall of recent events from the temporal distribution of autobiographical memory. Behavior Research Methods, 43 (4), 916-930.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., & Rubin, D.C. (2011). Age effects in cultural life scripts. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25 (2), 291-298.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Rubin, D.C., & St. Jacques. P.L. (2011). The temporal distribution in autobiographical memory: Changes in reliving and vividness over the life span do not explain the reminiscence bump. Memory & Cognition, 39 (1), 1-11.
  • Kawasaki, Y., Janssen, S.M.J., & Inoue, T. (2011). Temporal distribution of autobiographical memory: Uncovering the reminiscence bump in Japanese young and middle-aged adults. Japanese Psychological Research, 53 (1), 86-96.
  • Meeter, M., Murre, J.M.J., Janssen, S.M.J., Birkenhager, T., & Van de Broek, W.W. (2011). Retrograde amnesia in electroconvulsive therapy: A temporary effect? Journal of Affective Disorders, 132, 216-222.
  • Murre, J.M.J., & Chessa, A.G. (2011). Power laws from individual differences in learning and forgetting: Mathematical analyses. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 592-597.
  • Friedman, W.J., & Janssen, S.M.J. (2010). Do people remember the temporal proximity of unrelated events? Memory & Cognition, 38 (8), 1122-1136.
  • Friedman, W.J., & Janssen, S.M.J. (2010). Aging and the speed of time. Acta Psychologica, 134 (2), 130-141.
  • Meeter, M., Ochtman, D.J.C., Janssen, S.M.J., & Murre, J.M.J. (2010). Of sports and politics: Predicting category-specific retention of news events from demographic variables. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 22 (1), 117-129.
  • Kristo, G., Janssen, S.M.J., & Murre, J.M.J. (2009). Retention of autobiographical memories: An Internet-based diary study. Memory, 17 (8), 816-829.
  • Van Berkum, J.J.A., Holleman, B., Nieuwland, M., Otten, M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2009). Right or wrong? The brain's fast response to morally objectionable statements. Psychological Science, 20 (9), 1092-1099.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., & Murre, J.M.J. (2008). Reminiscence bump in autobiographical memory: Unexplained by novelty, emotionality, valence, or importance of personal events. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61 (12), 1847-1860.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Murre, J.M.J., & Meeter, M. (2008). Reminiscence bump in memory for public events. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 20 (4), 738-764.
  • Meeter, M., Radics, G., Myers, C.E., Gluck, M.A., & Hopkins, R.O. (2008). Probabilistic categorization: How do normal participants and amnesic patients do it? Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 32 (2), 237-248.
  • Chessa, A.G., & Holleman, B.C. (2007). Answering attitudinal questions: Modelling the response process underlying contrastive questions. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21 (2), 203-225.
  • Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2007). A neurocognitive model of advertisement content and brand name recall. Marketing Science, 26 (1), 130-141.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2007). Temporal distribution of favourite books, movies and records: Differential encoding and re-sampling? Memory, 15 (7), 755-767.
  • Jehee, J.F.M., Lamme, V.A.F., & Roelfsema, P.R. (2007). Boundary assigment in a recurrent network architecture. Vision Research, 47 (9), 1153-1165.
  • Jehee, J.F.M., Roelfsema, P.R., Deco, G., Murre, J.M.J., & Lamme, V.A.F. (2007). Interactions between higher and lower visual areas improve shape selectivity of higher level neurons - Explaining crowding phenomena. Brain Research, 1157, 167-176.
  • Meeter, M., Jehee, J.F.M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2007). Neural Models that Convince: Model Hierarchies and Other Strategies to Bridge the Gap Between Behavior and the Brain. Philosophical Psychology, 20 (6), 749-772.
  • Rodrigues, P.M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2007). Rules-plus-exception tasks: A problem for examplar models. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14 (4), 640-646.
  • Rodrigues, P.M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2007). Selective attention along arbitrary axes. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 19 (6), 769-788.
  • Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2006). Modelling memory processes and Internet response times: Weibull or power-law? Physica A, 366, 539-551.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2006). Memory for time: How people date events. Memory & Cognition, 34 (1), 138-147.
  • Kho, K.H., Van Vreeswijk, M.F., & Murre, J.M.J. (2006). A retrospective controlled study into memory complaints reported by depressed patients after treatment with electroconvulsive therapy and pharmacotherapy or pharmacotherapy only. Journal of ECT, 22 (3), 199-205.
  • Lacroix, J.P.W., Murre, J.M.J., Postma, E.O., & Van den Herik, H.J. (2006). Modeling recognition memory using similarity structure of natural input. Cognitive Psychology, 30 (1), 121-145.
  • Meeter, M., Eijsackers, E.V., & Mulder, J.L. (2006). Retrograde amnesia for autobiographical memories and public events in mild and moderate Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 28 (6), 914-927.
  • Meeter, M., Myers, C.E., Shohamy, D., Hopkins, R.O., & Gluck, M.A. (2006). Strategies in probabilistic categorization: Results from a new way of analyzing performance. Learning & Memory, 13, 230-239.
  • Meeter, M., Talamini, L.M., Schmitt, J.A.J., & Riedel, W.J. (2006). Effects of 5-HT on memory and the hippocampus: Model and data. Neuropsychopharmacology, 31 (4), 712-720.
  • Gluck, M.A., Myers, C., & Meeter, M. (2005). Cortico-hippocampal interaction and adaptive stimulus representation: A neurocomputational theory of associative learning and memory. Neural Networks, 18 (9), 1265-1279.
  • Janssen, S.M.J., Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2005). The reminiscence bump in autobiographical memory: Effects of age, gender, culture, and education. Memory, 13 (6), 658-668.
  • Meeter, M., Kollen, A., & Scheltens, P. (2005). Retrograde amnesia for semantic information in Alzheimer's disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 11 (1), 40-48.
  • Meeter, M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2005). TraceLink: A model of consolidation and amnesia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 22 (5), 559-587.
  • Meeter, M., Murre, J.M.J., & Janssen, S.M.J. (2005). Remembering the news: A forgetting study with 14,000 participants. Memory & Cognition, 33 (5), 793-810.
  • Talamini, L.M., Meeter, M., Murre, J.M.J., Elvevag, B., & Goldberg, T.E. (2005). Integration of parallel input streams in parahippocampal model circuits: Implications for schizophrenia. Archives of General Psychiatry, 62 (5), 485-493.
  • Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2004). A memory model for internet hits after media exposure. Physica A, 333, 541-552.
  • Meeter, M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2004). Simulating episodic memory deficits in semantic dementia with the TraceLink model. Memory, 12, 272-287.
  • Meeter, M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2004). Consolidation of long-term memory: Evidence and alternatives. Psychological Bulletin, 130, 843-857.
  • Meeter, M., Talamini, L.M., & Murre, J.M.J. (2004). Mode shifting between storage and recall based on novelty detection in oscillating hippocampal circuits. Hippocampus, 14, 722-741.
  • Scheck, P., Meeter, M., & Nelson, T.O. (2004). Anchoring effects in the absolute accuracy of immediate versus delayed judgments of learning. Journal of Memory and Language, 51 (1), 71-79.
  • Gluck, M.A., Meeter, M., & Myers, C.E. (2003). Computational models of the hippocampal region: Linking incremental learning and episodic memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 7, 269-276.
  • Meeter, M. (2003). Control of consolidation in neural networks: Avoiding runaway effects. Connection Science, 15, 45-61.
  • Meeter, M., & Nelson, T.O. (2003). Multiple study trials and judgements of learning. Acta Psychologica, 113, 123-132.
  • Meeter, M., Murre, J.M.J., & Talamini, L.M. (2002). A computational approach to memory deficits in schizophrenia. Neurocomputing, 44-46, 929-936.
  • Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2001). A new memory model for ad impact and scheduling. Admap, 36, 37-40.
  • Murre, J.M.J., Graham, K.S., & Hodges, J.R. (2001). Semantic dementia: Relevance to connectionist models of long-term memory. Brain, 124 (4), 647-675.


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  • Chessa, A.G., & Murre, J.M.J. (2005). The Memory Chain Model: A unifying framework for memory, learning and forgetting, and memory retention. Poster presented at ICON 9, Havana, Cuba, 2005.
  • Fitting a patient's remote memory: Tests, models and outcomes.
  • Influence of dating formats on the telescoping effect and the distribution of autobiographical memory.
  • Events in memory and environment.
  • A Computational Approach to Memory Deficits in Schizophrenia (updated CNS 2001 version).
  • A Computational Approach to Memory Deficits in Schizophrenia (old EPOS 2000 version).


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Presentations given at the Pionier evaluation (February 27, 2001):

Other presentations:

College in de Master's of Brand Management (Erasmus Universiteit):

Books and book chapters

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