Jason C.K. Chan, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Area:
Memory
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Parents

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D. Stephen Lindsay research assistant 1999-2001 University of Victoria
Michael E. Masson research assistant 2000-2001 University of Victoria
Kathleen B. McDermott grad student 2001-2007 Washington University (Neurotree)
 (An investigation of retrieval -induced facilitation.)

Children

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Matthew Erdman grad student 2008-2013 (Neurotree)
Jessica A. LaPaglia grad student 2018-2013 Morningside College (Neurotree)
Miko Wilford grad student 2009-2014 UMass Lowell (Neurotree)

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Ayanna K. Thomas collaborator Iowa State (Neurotree)
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Ahn D, Chan JCK. (2023) Does testing potentiate new learning because it enables learners to use better strategies? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ahn D, Chan JCK. (2022) Does testing enhance new learning because it insulates against proactive interference? Memory & Cognition
Chan JCK, O'Donnell R, Manley KD. (2022) Warning weakens retrieval-enhanced suggestibility only when it is given shortly after misinformation: The critical importance of timing. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
LaPaglia JA, Chan JCK. (2019) Telling a good story: The effects of memory retrieval and context processing on eyewitness suggestibility. Plos One. 14: e0212592
Szpunar KK, Chan JCK. (2018) Beyond communication: Episodic memory is key to the self in time. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e33
Chan JC, Manley KD, Davis SD, et al. (2018) Testing potentiates new learning across a retention interval and a lag: A strategy change perspective Journal of Memory and Language. 102: 83-96
Davis SD, Chan JC, Wilford MM. (2017) The Dark Side of Interpolated Testing: Frequent Switching Between Retrieval and Encoding Impairs New Learning Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 6: 434-441
Wu KL, Wu CW, Tain YL, et al. (2016) Environmental stimulation rescues maternal high fructose intake-impaired learning and memory in female offspring: Its correlation with redistribution of histone deacetylase 4. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Chan JC, Erdman MR, Davis SD. (2015) Retrieval Induces Forgetting, But Only When Nontested Items Compete for Retrieval: Implication for Interference, Inhibition, and Context Reinstatement. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wilford MM, Chan JC, Tuhn SJ. (2014) Retrieval enhances eyewitness suggestibility to misinformation in free and cued recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 20: 81-93
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