Associate Professor, Faculty of Science - Psychology Science
P-353 Bio Science - Psychology Wing
11355 - Saskatchewan Drive
Human memory from three approaches: a) experimental psychology, b) computational cognitive modeling and c) cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging and electrophysiology, as well as the connection of all these approaches.
Research Funded By : Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Word-imageability enhances association-memory by increasing hippocampal engagement
Author(s): Caplan, J. B. and Madan, C. R.
Publication: Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
Page Numbers: 1522–1538
Associations compete directly in memory
Author(s): Caplan, J. B., Rehani, M. and Andrews, J. C.
Publication: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
Page Numbers: 955-978
Is what goes in what comes out? Encoding and retrieval event-related potentials together determine memory outcome. Experimental Brain Research
Author(s): Chen, Y. Y., Lithgow, K., Hemmerich, J. A. and Caplan, J. B.
Publication: Experimental Brain Research
Page Numbers: 3175–3190
Generality of a congruity effect in judgements of relative order. Memory & Cognition
Author(s): Liu , Y. S., Chan, M. and Caplan, J. B.
Publication: Memory & Cognition
Page Numbers: 1086– 1105
Building a memory palace in minutes: equivalent memory performance in virtual and conventional environments using the Method of Loci
Author(s): Legge, E. L., Madan, C. R., Ng, E. T. and Caplan, J. B.
Publication: Acta Psychologica
Page Numbers: 380–390
Theta oscillations reflect a putative neural mechanism for human sensorimo- tor integration
Author(s): Cruikshank, L. C., Singhal, A., Hueppelsheuser, M. and Caplan, J. B.
Publication: Journal of Neurophysiology
Page Numbers: 65–77