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Moeck, Ella K., Thomas, Nicole A., and Takarangi, Melanie K.T. (2020) Lateralized processing of emotional images: a left hemisphere memory deficit. Emotion, 20 (2). pp. 236-247.

Thorley, Craig, Beaton, Lara, Deguara, Phillip, Jerome, Britanny, Khan, Dua, and Schopp, Kaela (2020) Misinformation encountered during a simulated jury deliberation can distort jurors' memory of a trial and bias their verdicts. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 25 (2). pp. 150-164.

Marchant, David, Hampson, Sophie, Finnigan, Lucy, Marrin, Kelly, and Thorley, Craig (2020) The effects of acute moderate and high intensity exercise on memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 11. 1716.

Thomas, Nicole A., and Nicholls, Michael E.R. (2018) Asymmetries in distractibility: left distractors improve reaction time performance. Scientific Reports, 8.

Thorley, Craig (2018) Enhancing individual and collaborative eyewitness memory with category clustering recall. Memory, 26 (8). pp. 1128-1139.

Morey, Stephanie A., Thomas, Nicole A., and McCarley, Jason S. (2018) Redundant target processing is robust against changes to task load. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 3.

Thorley, Craig, and Christiansen, Paul (2018) The impact of own and others' alcohol consumption on social contagion following a collaborative memory task. Memory, 26 (6). pp. 727-740.

Thorley, Craig, and Kumar, Devvarta (2017) Eyewitness susceptibility to co-witness misinformation is influenced by co-witness confidence and own self-confidence. Psychology, Crime & Law, 23 (4). pp. 342-360.

Suárez, Lidia, Elangovan, Shalini, and Au, Agnes (2016) Cross-sectional study on the relationship between music training and working memory in adults. Australian Journal of Psychology, 68 (1). pp. 38-46.

Thorley, Craig, Dewhurst, Stephen A., Abel, Joseph W., and Knott, Lauren M. (2016) Eyewitness memory: the impact of a negative mood during encoding and/or retrieval upon recall of a non-emotive event. Memory, 24 (6). pp. 838-852.

Thorley, Craig (2016) Note taking and note reviewing enhance jurors' recall of trial information. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30 (5). pp. 655-663.

Thorley, Craig, Baxter, Rebecca E., and Lorek, Joanna (2016) The impact of note taking style and note availability at retrieval on mock jurors' recall and recognition of trial information. Memory, 24 (4). pp. 560-574.

Marion, Stéphanie B., and Thorley, Craig (2016) A meta-analytic review of collaborative inhibition and postcollaborative memory: testing the predictions of the retrieval strategy disruption hypothesis. Psychological Bulletin, 142 (11). pp. 1141-1164.

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