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CURRICULUM VITAE

James H. Neely

August 24, 2013

Telephone: Office  (518) 442 5013 Email: JN562@.ALBANY.EDU

Fax--   (518) 442 4867 Married: Camille Bushell; 15-yr-old daughter, Maria

EDUCATION

1967 71. University of Missouri, Kansas City, B.A., Psychology, May, 1971.

1971 75. Yale University, Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology, December, 1975.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

1971. Student Research Award, University of Missouri, Kansas City.

1971. Departmental Honors in Psychology, University of Missouri, Kansas City.

1971 74. National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

1987. Fellow of American Psychological Association, Division 3.

1988. Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Psychology.

1988. Charter Fellow of American Psychological Society.

1991. Two papers selected as citation classics by the Institute for Scientific Information.



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1976 78. Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina.

1978 83. Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University.

1983 88. Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University.

1988  Professor, Department of Psychology, SUNY Albany.

1988 94. Director, Cognitive Psychology Program, SUNY Albany.

1989 94. Professor, Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science, SUNY Albany.

(Department changed to a program)

1995. Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University (sabbatical, salary paid by UAlbany)

1995- Professor, Linguistics and Cognitive Science Program, SUNY Albany.

1996-97 Director, Cognitive Psychology Program, SUNY Albany.

1996-98. Adjunct Research Professor, University of Western Australia.

2002-04 Director, Cognitive Psychology Program, SUNY Albany.

2004-05 Vice-Chair, College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Council.

2005-06 Chair, College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Council.

2006- Director, Cognitive Psychology Program, SUNY Albany.



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Psychonomic Society.


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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION SERVICE

1990 1991. APA  Division 3 Program Committee (Chair, 1991)

1991. Chair, APA Science Weekend Committee for the Life Span Learning & Cognition Program

1991 92. American Psychological Society Poster Reviewer

1994 99. Member of Governing Board of the Psychonomic Society

1994 95. Member of Membership Committee, Psychonomic Society



EDITORIAL BOARDS AND EDITORSHIPS

1977 93. Memory & Cognition

1981 95. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition

1994 95. Journal of Memory and Language

1994 95. Associate Editor, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review

1996 2000. Editor, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition

2003-2010. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review

2004- Journal of Memory and Language

2012- Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
AD HOC REVIEWING FOR JOURNALS

Applied Cognitive Psychology; Canadian Journal of Psychology; Child Development; Cognition; Cognitive Psychology; Current Directions in Psychological Science; Journal of Abnormal Psychology; Journal of Experimental Child Psychology; Journal of Experimental Psychology: General; Journal of Memory and Language; Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance; Journal of Personality and Social Psychology; Perceptual and Motor Skills; Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior; Psychological Bulletin; Psychological Review; Psychological Science; Psychology and Aging; Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; Guest Editor for a manuscript for Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Memory; Current Directions in Psychological Science, Psychological Science; Nature Science Letters.
AD HOC REVIEWING FOR GRANTING AGENCIES

Air Force Office of Scientific Research; Canadian Medical Research Council;

Israel Science Foundation; National Institute of Education: Basic Cognitive Skills and

Reading Program; National Institutes for Mental Health: Cognition, Emotion, & Personality Program; National Science Foundation: Memory & Cognitive Processes Program;

National Science Foundation: Information Science & Technology Program;

Veterans Administration Internal Grants Program



EXTERNAL EXAMINER FOR PH.D. THESES:

McMaster University, Dec. 1982; Dalhousie University, Dec. 1984;

University of Alberta, Aug. 1990; McMaster University, Aug. 1992.

GRANT AND AWARD PANELS

1987, 2002. American Psychological Association Early Career Award

1989 NIMH, Psychobiology and Behavior Panel (Ad hoc member, 1 panel)

2004-05. APA Division 3 Awards Committee (Chair)




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COMMITTEE WORK AND SERVICE ACTIVITIES



University of South Carolina

Introduced two new undergraduate courses: Psycholinguistics and Introduction to Learning

Wrote unsolicited Ph. D. core course proposal adopted by Experimental Area

Experimental Area Graduate Student Advising Committee (Chairman)

Experimental Area Graduate Admissions Committee

Departmental Subject Pool Co Ordinator

College of Humanities & Social Sciences Advisory Committee on Computer Services

Chair of 2 Master’s thesis Committees and Chair of 1 Ph.D. thesis Committee



Purdue University

Departmental Advisory Committee

Member of Purdue Linguistics Group

Departmental Colloquium Series Committee (Member and Chairperson)

Member of Departmental Human Subjects Committee

Member of Departmental X R grant review panel

Co ordinator of Cognitive Psychology and of Learning and Memory Colloquia Series

Science Fair Judge

Chair of Artificial Intelligence Faculty Search Committee

Member of Departmental Admissions and Awards Committee

Member of University Superior Students Committee

Cognitive Psychology Area Co ordinator

Member of Cognitive Faculty Search Committee

Served on 5 Master’s thesis Committees (Chair of 4) and 6 Ph.D. thesis committees (Chair of 1)

Member of School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Education Operational

Plan for Research Committee



SUNY Albany

Director, Cognitive Psychology Program and Member of Departmental Executive Committee (16 years)

Member of Department of Psychology Graduate Committee (24 years)

Departmental Committees for Tenure and Promotions Cases (13 as chair, 10 as member)

Departmental Faculty Search Committees (5 as chair, 4 as member)

Departmental Curriculum Committee (2 years)

Departmental Awards Committee (13 years)

Ad Hoc Committee on our required undergraduate statistics course being taught by Mathematics

Ad hoc committee on Faculty work load (chair)

Member of Departmental Subject Pool Committee

Chair of 5 Master’s thesis Committees and Member of 25 Ph.D. thesis committees (Chair of 5)

Member of Committee for Proposed Department of Linguistics/Cognitive Science

Member of Undergraduate Curriculum Committee for Linguistics/Cognitive Science

Co ordinator of Linguistics and Cognitive Science Seminar

Participated in Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (4 years)

College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Faculty Council (3 years , 1 year Vice Chair, 1 year Chair )

CAS Faculty Council Committees on Faculty Development (3 years) and Nominations (1 year)

CAS Tenure and Promotions Committee (3 years)

Ad hoc Committee on revamping Research Methods course (member)



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TEACHING INTERESTS

Human Learning and Memory (graduate and undergraduate); Visual Attention (graduate)

Cognitive Psychology (graduate and undergraduate); Statistics (undergraduate)

Experimental Methods (undergraduate, graduate); Psycholinguistics (undergraduate)

Psychology of Reading (graduate and undergraduate)

MASTER'S THESES DIRECTED

Balota, D.A. Test expectancy and semantic organization effects in recall and



recognition, December, 1977. (published in Memory & Cognition, 1981)

Duchek, J.M. Word frequency and levels of processing effects in episodic and



semantic memory, May, 1979. (published in Memory & Cognition, 1989) (After

I went to Purdue, Dr. Randall Engle served as Committee Chair in my absence.)

Blaxton, T. A. Inhibitory semantic priming effects as evidenced in the Freedman 

Loftus paradigm, May, 1982. (published in Memory & Cognition, 1983)

Durgunoglu A. Episodic and semantic priming effects in episodic and semantic



memory, December, 1982. (published in Journal of Memory and Language, 1985)

Keefe, D. E. The roles of pre  and post lexical processes in lexical decision



and pronunciation tasks, May, 1988. (one paper based on this thesis was

published in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and



Cognition, 1989, and another paper was published in Memory & Cognition, 1990)

Rajaram, S. Masked repetition priming for high  and low frequency words and nonwords



in lexical decision and episodic recognition tasks, August, 1988. (published in

Journal of Memory and Language, 1992)

Campbell, K. C. The nature of the codes responsible for repetition blindness,

December, 1989.

Crawley, E. J. Auditory backward recognition masking of target duration: The effects



of Target/Mask Similarity and ISI, December 1992. (I took over as major adviser

after Howard J. Kallman left the university. He supervised the data collection and I

supervised the writing of the thesis. published in Acta Psychologica, 1994)

Sloat, J. Backward and mediated priming: A test of Neely and Keefe's hybrid



prospective/retrospective theory of semantic priming. December, 1992.
Tse, C-S. Assessing activation without source monitoring in the DRM false memory paradigm.

September, 2004. (published in Journal of Memory and Language, 2005)


Burnham, B. R. A capture of visual-spatial attention from a static color/shape discontinuity.

October, 2004. (This student published his quals paper as a sole-authored review paper in



Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2007.)
Cho, K. Null Category-Length and Target-Lure Relatedness Effects in Episodic Recognition: A

Constraint on Item-noise Interference Models. May, 2011. (published online, January 2013,

Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology)



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PH.D. THESES DIRECTED

Durgunoglu, A. Additional tests of the interactive compensatory model of



semantic context effects in word recognition, December, 1986 (published in

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1988)

Kahan, T. A. Positive and negative priming from masked words: Fuzzy memories of center-



surround theory. May, 1998 (published in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning,

Memory, and Cognition, 2000). This article won one of APA’s 2001 Young Investigator Awards for Experimental Psychology.

Hutchison, K. A. Effects of association strength and set size on positive and negative semantic priming. December, 2001 (published in Memory & Cognition, 2003).


Johnson, J. D. Conjunction errors in recognition memory: Evidence for recall-to-reject

processing. September, 2003.
Burnham, B. R. Reduced working memory capacity leads to attentional capture by an irrelevant

color singleton during inefficient visual search. May, 2007 (published in Acta Psychologica,

2010)


Tse, Chi-Shing. Semantic similarity effects in speeded recency judgments. September, 2007

(published in Memory, 2010).


GRANTS AND CONTRACTS RECEIVED

Faculty Research Award, University of South Carolina, $2,100 for Summer 1976.

Faculty Research Award, University of South Carolina, $2,600 for Summer 1977.

The utilization of semantic context in the processing of ambiguous words: An experiment

to test a two factor theory of attention, Purdue Research Foundation Faculty XL Grant, $2,850 for Summer 1979.

Semantic priming and fact retrieval, Purdue Research Foundation Faculty XR Grant, $9,120, supported dissertation research of one graduate student for 2 years, Awarded Feb., 1980.

Inhibition from semantically related primes, Purdue Research Foundation Faculty XR Grant, $13,200, supports dissertation research of one graduate student for 2 years, Awarded Feb., 1983.
Priming effects in semantic and episodic memory, co-PI with H. L. Roediger, III, National Institutes of Health (NICHHD), $57,583 direct cost, Dec., 1980 Jan., 1983.

Priming effects in semantic and episodic memory, co-PI with H. L. Roediger, III, National Institutes of Health (NICHHD), $82,904 direct cost, Feb. 1983 Feb. 1985.

Retrieval blocks and facilitatory priming effects in word fragment completion: The roles of conscious recollection and memory without awareness, Purdue Research Foundation Faculty XL Grant, $3,750 for Summer, 1985.

Priming effects in semantic and episodic memory, co-PI with H.L. Roediger, III, The National Institutes of Health (NICHHD), $223,391 direct cost, Sept., 1985 Sept., 1988.

English Lexicon Project, David Balota (PI), subcontract for data collection site, National Science

Foundation, $14,200 direct costs, January 2001-January 2004.


Collaborative Research: Construction and utility of a large-scale semantic priming database, Keith Hutchison (PI), subcontract for data collection site, National Science Foundation, $20,000 direct costs, August 2006-August 2009.

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REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES [The first number in brackets at the end of each article is the

total number of citations for that article listed on http://code.google.com/p/citations-gadget/ on 8/24/13.

The second number is the number of citations that article received since 9/17/2012, the last time citations

were examined. As of 8/24/13, the total number of citations to all articles was 7789 (including conference

papers, the citations for which are not provided here) and the h index is 31. The total number of citations

between 9/17/12 and 8/24/13 was 922. The numbers highlighted in yellow come from ISI’s Web of Science,

which yielded values 15% or more higher than Google’s values for that specific article.]

1. Neely, J.H., & Wagner, A.R. (1974). Attenuation of blocking with shifts in reward: The involvement of schedule generated contextual cues. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 102, 751 763. [52, 1]

2. Neely, J.H. (1976). Semantic priming and retrieval from lexical memory: Evidence for facilitatory and inhibitory processes. Memory & Cognition, 4, 648 654. [318, 11]

This paper was selected as a Citations Classic, Commentary in Current Contents/Social and



Behavioral Sciences 23(20):10, 20 May 1991 and in Current Contents/Arts and Humanities 13(21):22, 27 May, 1991.

This paper has been reprinted in Experimenting with the Mind: Readings in Cognitive



Psychology, L. Komatsu (Ed.), Brooks/Cole, 1994.

3. Neely, J.H. (1977). Semantic priming and retrieval from lexical memory: Roles of inhibitionless spreading activation and limited capacity attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 106, 226 254. [2115, 200]

This paper was selected as a Citations Classic, see Commentary cited for Neely (1976) above. It

was also identified as one of the top 500 most cited 1950-2004 cognitive psychology articles.


This paper has been reprinted in Volume 1 of The International Library of Critical Writings in Psychology: The Psychology of Attention, edited by G. Underwood, and published by New York University Press, 1994.
This, paper has been translated into Japanese in Oka, N. (1996). Semantic Memory. In Y. Hakoda (Ed.), Eminent studies in human memory. Tokyo: Seishin Shobo.
This paper was reprinted in Attention, edited by R. W. Proctor & Lenore E. Read, and

published by SAGE Publications, June 2009.

4. Neely, J.H. (1977). The effects of visual and verbal satiation in a lexical decision task. American Journal of Psychology, 90, 447 459. [22, 1]

5. Balota, D.A., & Neely, J.H. (1980). Test expectancy and word frequency effects in recall and recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 6, 576 587. [126, 10]

6. Neely, J.H., & Balota, D.A. (1981). Test expectancy and semantic organization effects in recall and recognition. Memory & Cognition, 9, 283 300. [45, 7]

7. Roediger, H.L., III, & Neely, J.H. (1982). Retrieval blocks in episodic and semantic memory. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 36, 213 242. [158, 20]

8. Neely, J.H. (1982). The role of expectancy in probability learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 8, 599 607. [8, 0]
9. Neely, J.H., Schmidt, S.R., & Roediger, H.L., III. (1983). Inhibition from related primes in recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 9, 196 211. [46, 9]
10. Neely, J.H., & Payne, D.G. (1983). A direct comparison of recognition failure rates for recallable names in episodic and semantic memory tests. Memory & Cognition, 11, 161 171. [53, 9]

11. Roediger, H.L., III, Neely, J.H., & Blaxton, T.A. (1983). Inhibition from related primes in semantic memory retrieval: A reappraisal of Brown's (1979) paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 9, 478 485. [46, 7]

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PUBLICATIONS (continued)
12. Blaxton, T.A., & Neely, J.H. (1983). Inhibition from semantically related primes: Evidence of a category specific retrieval inhibition. Memory & Cognition, 11, 500 510. [105, 7]
13. Neely, J. H., & Durgunoglu, A. Y. (1985). Dissociative episodic and semantic priming effects in episodic recognition and lexical decision tasks. Journal of Memory and Language, 24, 466 489.

[72, 5]


14. Payne, D. G., Neely, James H., & Burns, D. J. (1986). The generation effect: Further tests of the lexical activation hypothesis. Memory & Cognition, 14, 246 252. [42, 2]

15. Durgunoglu, A. Y., & Neely, J. H. (1987). On obtaining episodic priming in a lexical decision task following paired associate learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 13, 206 222. [54, 5]

16. Duchek, J. M., & Neely, J. H. (1989). A dissociative word frequency x levels of processing effect in episodic recognition and lexical decision tasks. Memory & Cognition, 17, 148 162. [78, 7]

17. Neely, J. H., Keefe, D. E., & Ross, K. L. (1989). Semantic priming in the lexical decision task: Roles of prospective prime generated expectancies and retrospective semantic matching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 15, 1003 1019. [304, 32]

This paper has been translated into Japanese in Oka, N. (1996). Semantic Memory. In Y. Hakoda (Ed.), Eminent studies in human memory. Tokyo: Seishin Shobo.
18. Keefe, D. E., & Neely, J. H. (1990). Semantic priming in the pronunciation task: The role of prospective prime generated expectancies. Memory & Cognition, 18, 289 298. [95, 7]

19. Rajaram, S., & Neely, J. H. (1992). Dissociative masked repetition priming and word frequency effects in lexical decision and episodic recognition tasks. Journal of Memory and Language, 31, 152 182. [52, 4]

20. Connor, L. T., Balota, D. A., & Neely, J. H. (1992). On the relation between feeling of knowing and lexical decision: Persistent subthreshold activation or topic familiarity? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 18, 544 554. [39, 5]

21. Crawley, E. J., Kallman, H. J., & Neely, J. H. (1994). A test of an interruption/temporal uncertainty theory of auditory backward recognition masking of target duration. Acta Psychologica, 87, 1 18.

[6, 0]

22. Stolz, J. A., & Neely, J. H. (1995). When target degradation does and does not enhance semantic context effects in word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning,



Memory, and Cognition, 21, 596 611. [106, 5]

23. Holle, C., Neely, J. H., & Heimberg, R. G. (1997). The effects of blocked versus random presentation and semantic relatedness of stimulus words on response to a modified Stroop task among social phobics. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 21, 681-697. [92, 13]



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PUBLICATIONS (continued)
24. Neely, J. H., Ver Wys, C. A., & Kahan, T. A. (1998). Reading “glasses” will prime “vision” but reading a pair of “glasses” will not. Memory & Cognition, 26, 34-39. [14, 0]
25. Kahan, T. A., Neely, J. H., & Forsythe, W. (1999). Dissociated backward priming effects in lexical decision and pronunciation tasks. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 6, 105-110. [38, 5]
26. Stolz, J. A. & Neely, J. H. (2001). Taking a bright view of negative priming in the light of dim stimuli: Further evidence for memory confusion during episodic retrieval. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 55, 219-230. [27, 3]

27. Hutchison, K. A., Neely, J. H., & Johnson, J.D. (2001). With great expectations can two “wrong”s prime a “right”? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 27,

1451-1463. [59, 8]
28. Neill, W. T., Neely, J. H., Hutchison, K. A., Ver Wys, C. A, & Kahan, T. A. (2002). Repetition blindness: Forward and backward. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 28, 137-149. [20, 1]
29. Hutchison, K. A., Neely, J. H., Neill, W. T. & Walker, P. B. (2004). Is unconscious identity priming

lexical or sublexical? Consciousness & Cognition, 13, 512-538. [13, 1]

30. Tse, C-S, & Neely, J. H. (2005). Assessing activation without source monitoring in the DRM false

memory paradigm. Journal of Memory and Language, 53, 532-550. [32, 1]


31. Burnham, B. R., Neely, J. H., & O’Connor, P. A. (2006). Priming effects on temporal order judgments about words: Perceived temporal priority or response bias. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 429-433. [7, 0]
32. Burnham, B. R., Neely, J. H., Walker, P. B., & Neill, W. T. (2006). Interference from irrelevant colour-

singletons during serial search depends on visual attention being spatially diffuse. Visual



Cognition, 14, 75-78. [5, 0]
33. Tse, C-S, & Neely, J. H. (2007). Semantic and repetition priming effects for Deese/Roediger-

McDermott (DRM) critical items and associates produced by DRM and unrelated study lists.



Memory & Cognition, 35, 1047-1066. [12, 0]
34. Balota, D. A., Yap, M. J., Cortese, M. J., Hutchison, K. A., Kessler, B., Loftis, B., Neely, J. H., Nelson, D. L., Simpson, G. B., & Treiman, R. (2007). The English Lexicon Project. Behavior Research

Methods, 39, 445-459. [782, 190]. This includes citations to both the article and the website.

35. Burnham, B. R. & Neely, J. H. (2007). Involuntary capture of visual-spatial attention occurs for

intersections, both real and “imagined”. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 735-741. [2,0]

36. Franklin M. S., Dien, J., Neely, J. H., Huber, E., & Waterson, L. D. (2007). Semantic priming

modulates the N400, N300 and N400 RP. Clinical Neurophysiology, 118, 1053-1068. [65, 18]

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PUBLICATIONS (continued)

37. Tse, C-S., & Neely, J. H. (2007). Semantic priming from letter-searched primes occurs for low- but not

high-frequency targets: Automatic semantic access may not be a myth. Journal of Experimental

Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 33, 1143-1161. [21, 3]
38. Stolz, J. A., & Neely, J. H. (2007). Calling all codes: Interactive effects of semantics, phonology, and

orthography produce dissociations in a repetition blindness paradigm. American Journal


of Psychology, 121, 105-128. [1, 1]
39. Burnham, B. R., & Neely, J. H. (2008). A static color discontinuity can capture spatial attention when

the target is an abrupt-onset singleton. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 34, 831-841. [6, 0]


40. Pastizzo, M., Neely, J. H., & Tse, C-S. (2008). With a letter-searched prime “boat” primes “float”

but “ship” and “coat” don’t: Further evidence for automatic activation. Psychonomic Bulletin &



Review, 15, 845-849. [1, 1]
41. Neely, J. H. & Tse, C-S. (2009). Category length produces an inverted-U discriminability function in

episodic recognition memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 1141-1172.

[7, 1]
42. Burnham, B. R., Neely, J. H., Najinsky, Y., & Thomas, M. (2010). Stimulus-driven attentional capture

by a static discontinuity between perceptual groups. Journal of Experimental Psychology:



Human Perception and Performance, 36, 317-329. [2, 0]
43. Neely, J. H., O’Connor, P.A., & Calabrese, G. (2010). Cognitive load from fast trial pacing reveals a

decay of automatic semantic activation, Acta Psychologica, 133, 127-136. [4, 0]

44. Thomas, M. A., Neely, J. H., & O’Connor, P. A. (2012). When word identification gets tough,

retrospective semantic processing comes to the rescue. Journal of Memory and Language, 66,

623-643. [6, 4]
45. Cho, K. W., Tse, C-S., & Neely, J. H. (2012). Citation rates for experimental psychology articles

published between 1950 and 2004: Top-cited articles in behavioral cognitive psychology.



Memory & Cognition, 40, 1132-1161 [2, 2]

46. Cho, K. W. & Neely, J. H. (2012). Is Hirsch's H the Best Predictor of the Number of a Researcher's

Extremely Highly Cited Articles? Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives,

10, 157-160. [1, 1]

47. Cho, K. W. & Neely, J. H. (2013). Null category-length and target–lure relatedness effects in episodic

recognition: A constraint on item-noise interference models. Quarterly Journal of Experimental

Psychology, 66, 1331-1355. [0, 0]

48. Hutchison, K. A., Balota, D. A., Neely, J. H., Cortese, M. J., Cohen-Shikora, E. R., Tse, C-S,Yap, M. J. Bengson, J. J., Niemeyer, D., & Buchanan, E. (2013). The Semantic Priming Project. Behavior


Research Methods (in press, 16 journal pages; published online January 2013). [5, 5]


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BOOK CHAPTERS [the numbers in brackets are the total number of citations that chapter had received

as of 8/24/1 and the number of citations it received since 9/17/2012]


1. Neely, J. H. (1989). Experimental dissociations and the episodic/semantic memory distinction. In H. L. Roediger, III, and F. I. M. Craik (Eds.), Varieties of memory and consciousness: Essays in honor of Endel Tulving. (pp. 229 270). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [69, 1]
2. Neely, J. H., & Keefe, D. E. (1989). Semantic context effects on visual word processing: A hybrid prospective/retrospective processing theory . In G. H. Bower, (Ed.), The psychology of learning and motivation: Advances in research and theory, (Vol. 24, pp. 207 248). New York: Academic Press. [226, 30]
3. Neely, J. H. (1991). Semantic priming effects in visual word recognition: A selective review of current findings and theories. In D. Besner & G. Humphreys (Eds.), Basic processes in reading: Visual word recognition, (pp. 264 336). Hillsdale, N. J.: Erlbaum. [1812, 204]

4. Neely, J. H. (1991). On the influence of response uncertainty and task structure on retrieval from lexical memory. In G. Lockhead and J. R. Pomerantz (Eds.), The perception of structure: Essays in honor of Wendell Garner, (pp. 279 293). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. [4, 0]


5. Anderson, M. C., & Neely, J. H. (1996). Interference and inhibition in memory retrieval. In E. L. Bjork and R. A. Bjork (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Memory. Vol. 10: Memory (pp. 237 313). San Diego: Academic Press. [296, 20]
6. Neely, J. H., & Kahan, T. A. (2001). Is semantic activation automatic? A critical re-evaluation. In H. L. Roediger, J. S. Nairne, I. Neath, & A. M. Suprenant (Eds.), The nature of remembering: Essays in honor of Robert G. Crowder, (pp. 69-93). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. [106, 11]

7. Neely, J. H., & Tse, C-S. (2007). Semantic relatedness effects on true and false memories in episodic recognition: A methodological and empirical review. In J. S. Nairne (Ed.) The foundations of remembering: Essays in honor of Henry L. Roediger III. (pp. 313-352) New York:

Psychology Press. [10, 2]

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS [the numbers in brackets are the total number of citations that chapter had

received as of 8/24/1 and the number of citations it received since 9/17/2012]


1. Martin, R.C. & Neely, J. H. (1971). Incentive shifts for aversively motivated behavior. Psychonomic

Science, 25, 49. [0, 0]
2. Neely, J.H. (1979). Theory and data: The lost connection? (Review of The psychology of

learning and motivation: Advances in research and theory, Vol. 11, by Gordon H.

Bower). Contemporary Psychology, 24, 100 102. [0, 0]


3. Payne, D.G., & Neely, J.H. (1983). Recognition failure of recallable famous names in a hybrid semantic episodic memory task. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 21, 85 88. [5, 0]
4. Neely, J. H. (1991). Semantic context and word recognition. Citation Classic. Commentary on J. Exp. Psychol. Gen. 106:226 54, 1977; and Mem. Cognition 4:648 54, 1976. Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences 23(20):10, 20 May 1991; and Current Contents/Arts and Humanities 13(21):22, 27 May, 1991. [0, 0]
5. Neely, J. H. (1995). Editorial. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 21, 261. [3, 0]
6. Neely, J. H. (2003). Priming. In Lynn Nadel (Ed.) & Robert Goldstone (Psychology Section Editor), Encylopedia of Cognitive Science, Vol. 3, Mental Models– Signal DetectionTheory, (pp. 721-

724). London: Nature Publishing Group, Macmillan Publishers Ltd. [5, 0]


7. Burnham, B. R., & Neely, J.H. (2009). Erratum for Burnham, B. R., & Neely, J. A. (2007). Involuntary capture of visual–spatial attention occurs for intersections, both real and “imagined.” Psychonomic

Bulletin & Review, 14, 735-741. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 16, 430. [0, 0]

DATA BASE WEB SITES
1. Balota, D.A., Cortese, M.I., Hutchison, K.A., Loftis, B., Neely, J.H., Nelson, D., Simpson, G.B.,

Treiman, R. (2002). The English Lexicon Project: A web-based repository of descriptive and

behavioral measures for 40,481 English words and nonwords.  http://elexicon.wustl.edu/,

Washington University.


2. Hutchison, K.A., Balota, D.A., Cortese, M.J., Neely, J.H., Niemeyer, D.P., & Bengson, J.J. The

Semantic Priming Project: A web database of descriptive and behavioral measures for 1,661

nonwords and 1,661 English words presented in related and unrelated contexts.

http://spp.montana.edu, Montana State University.

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW OR REVISION
1. Hutchison, K. A., Winward, S. J., Neely, J. H., & Thomas, M. A. Attentional control and asymmetric

Priming. Under revision for Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and



Cognition (original submission on 4-29-2013).
2. Neely, J. H., Tse, C-S., & Johnson, J. D. Orthographically-cued nonepisodic retrieval practice yields

cue-independent retrieval-induced facilitation in orthographically and semantically cued episodic

recall. (under revision, to be submitted to Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology)

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PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

(* invited presentation; unless otherwise noted, presented by first author)

1. Balota, D.A., & Neely, J.H. (1978, March). Differential organizational effects in recall and recognition: Encoding or retrieval? Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

2. Duchek, J.M., & Neely, J.H. (1979, March) Word frequency and levels of processing effects



in episodic and semantic memory. Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

3. Balota, D.A., & Neely, J.H. (1980, March). Test expectancy and word frequency effects



in recall and recognition. Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

4. Neely, J.H. (1980, May). The role of expectancy in the word frequency effect in a lexical decision task. Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis.

5. Neely, J.H., Schmidt, S.R., & Roediger, H.L., III. (1980, November). Output interference and priming effects within categories in episodic recognition. Psychonomic Society, St. Louis. (presented by H.L. Roediger, III)
6. *Neely, J.H. (1981, May). Effects of context on priming in episodic and semantic memory. Paper in an invited symposium at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit.

7. Neely, J.H., & Payne, D.G. (1981, November). A direct test of recognition failure of recallable words in episodic and semantic memory. Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia.

8. Roediger, H.L., III, Neely, J.H., & Blaxton, T.A. (1981, November). Inhibitory effects of related primes in retrieval from semantic memory: A reappraisal. Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia.

9. Neely, J. H., Fisk, W. J., & Ross, K. L. (1983, November). On obtaining facilitatory and inhibitory priming effects at short SOAs. Psychonomic Society, San Diego.


10. Durgunoglu, A., & Neely, J.H. (1984, May). Episodic and semantic priming effects in a lexical decision task. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

11. *Neely, J.H. (1984, May). The puzzle of inhibition from related primes. Paper in an invited symposium at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.


12. Neely, J.H., & Ross, K.L. (1985, May). Effects of the probability of related primes on semantic priming and nonword facilitation effects in lexical decision and pronunciation tasks. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

13. Payne, D.G., & Neely, J.H. (1985, May). The role of lexicality in producing the generation effect. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

14. Neely, J. H., & Durgunoglu, A. Y. (1985, November). Orthographic priming and recall vs. recognition dependencies in word fragment completion. Psychonomic Society, Boston.

15. *Neely, J. H. (1986, May). Facilitatory and inhibitory priming effects in episodic and semantic memory retrieval. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

16. Riegler, G. L., & Neely, J. H. (1986, May). Do recall and recognition test expectancies lead to differences in semantic encoding variability? Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

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PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

(* invited presentation; unless otherwise noted, presented by first author)

17. Neely, J. H., Keefe, D. E., & Ross, K. L. (1986, November). Retrospective postlexical processes produce the proportion effect in semantic priming. Psychonomic Society, New Orleans.

18. Snow, N., & Neely, J. H. (1987, November). Reduction of semantic priming from inclusion of physically or nominally identical prime target pairs. Psychonomic Society, Seattle. (presented by J. Neely)

19. Keefe, D. E., & Neely, J. H. (1987, April). Expectancy based semantic priming effects in pronunciation. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
20. Neely, J. H., Blackwell, P. B., & Campbell, K. C. (1988, November). Episodic and semantic priming in lexical decision and pronunciation tasks. Psychonomic Society, Chicago.

21. Rajaram, S., & Neely, J. H. (1989, May). What causes the masked repetition priming effect? Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

22. Neely, J. H. (1989, November). A hybrid prospective/retrospective theory of semantic priming. Psychonomic Society, Atlanta.
23. *Neely, J. H. (1990, March). A hybrid retrospective/prospective processing theory of semantic context effects in visual word recognition. Paper in an invited symposium at the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia.

24. Tabor Connor, L., Balota, D. A., & Neely, J. H. (1990, May). Activation and metacognition of inaccessible stored information: A further examination. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

25. *Neely, J. H. (1990, August). A three process theory of semantic context effects in word recognition. American Psychological Association, Boston.

26. Neely, J. H., Crawley, E. J., & Vellutino, F. J. (1990, November). Do words that are first syllables of other words access their semantic codes? Psychonomic Society, New Orleans.


27. *Neely, J. H., & Sloat J. (1992, July). An analysis of backward and mediated priming effects. The XXV International Congress of Psychology. Brussels, Belgium.

28. Neely, J. H., & Sloat, J. (1992, November). Dissociative mediated, backward and forward priming for lexical decisions. Psychonomic Society, St. Louis.

29. O'Reilly, J. A., & Neely, J. H. (1993, April). Repetition blindness is affected by a word's meaning. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

30. *Neely, J. H. (1993, April). On understanding priming: Do we have it all backwards? Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

31. Stolz, J. A., & Neely, J. H. (1993, November). On obtaining additive effects of priming and target degradation. Psychonomic Society, Washington, D. C. (presented by J. Neely)
32. Neely, J. H., Kahan, T., & Forsythe, W. (1994, November). Backward priming for lexicalized and non lexicalized prime target pairs. Psychonomic Society, St. Louis.
33. Holle, C., Heimberg, R. G., & Neely, J. H. (1995, April). Information processing in social phobics: An examination using the Stroop task. (poster) Anxiety Disorders Association of America, Pittsburgh.

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PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

(* invited presentation; unless otherwise noted, presented by first author)

34. Ver Wys, C.A., & Neely, J. H. (1995, May). Target degradation effects on backward and forward priming. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
35. Ver Wys, C. A., & Neely, J. H. (1996, May). When more isn't better: Priming the prime reduces semantic priming. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
36. Kahan, T. A., & Neely, J. H. (1996, May). Are relatedness proportion effects in priming actually sequential effects? Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

37. Neely, J. H., & Ver Wys, C. A. (1996, November). Repetition priming of the prime eliminates semantic priming. Psychonomic Society, Chicago.

38. Lewandowsky, S., Neely, J. H., Ver Wys, C. A., & Amos, A. (1997, November). Repetition blindness under serial versus paired encoding. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia.
39. Neill, W. T., Ver Wys, C. A., & Neely, J. H. (1997, November). Repetition blindness occurs for both presentations of a repeated item. Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia. (presented by J. Neely)
40. Neely, J. H., Johnson, J., Neill, W. T., & Hutchison, K. A. (1999, November). Where’s the memory in false memory? Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles.
41. Hutchison, K. A., Neely, J. H., & Johnson, J.D. (May, 2000). With great expectations can two wrong”s prime a “right”? (poster ) K. A. Hutchison), Midwestern Psychological

Association, Chicago.

42. Neely, J. H., Hutchison, K. A. , & Johnson, J. D. (November, 2001) . Reduced semantic priming from prime repetition: Expectancy or semantic matching? Psychonomic Society, Orlando.

43. Franklin, M. S., Dien, J., & Neely, J. H. (April, 2002). Event-related analysis of expectancy processes in semantic priming. (poster) Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco.


44. Hutchison, K. A., Neely, J. H., Neill, W. T., & Walker, P. B.(May, 2002). Lexical and sub-lexical contributions to unconscious priming. Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
45. Walker, P. B., & Neely, J. H. (May, 2002). Fool Me Once But Not Twice: Selective Inhibition of Expected Letters. (poster) Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
46. Franklin, M., Malone, K., Dien, J.,& Neely, J. (April, 2003). An analysis of the N400 in backward and forward associative priming. (poster) Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, New York.
47. Balota, D. A., Hutchison, K. A., Yap, M., Cortese, M., Neely, J. H., Nelson, D., Simpson, G.,

Treiman, R. (November, 2003). The English lexicon project: A web-based repository for 40,481



English words and nonwords. Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, BC.
48. *Neely, J. H. (April, 2004). Activation and source monitoring in false memories. Midwestern

Psychological Association, Chicago.


49. Neely, J. H., & Tse, D., C.-S. (May, 2004). Can primed lexical decisions isolate activation from source monitoring in the false memory paradigm? American Psychological Society, Chicago.
50. Burnham, B. R., & Neely, J. H. (May, 2004). Does repetition priming affect temporal-order

judgments via response bias or facilitated processing? (poster) American Psychological Society, Chicago.

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PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

(* invited presentation; unless otherwise noted, presented by first author)


51. Neely, J. H., & Burnham, B. R. (November, 2004). A noncontingent automatic capture of spatial

attention by a static discontinuity. Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis-St. Paul.
52. Tse, D., C.- S., & Neely, J. H. (May, 2005). Why do critical items have lower memory discriminability than associates in the Deese/Roediger-McDermott false memory paradigm: Activation or source monitoring? (poster) American Psychological Society, Los Angeles.

53. Tse, D., C.- S., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2005). Does the d’ difference for critical items and



associates from DRM lists depend on study intentionality and within-list relatedness?

Psychonomic Society, Toronto. (presented by J. Neely)


54. Kahan, T. A., Neely, J.H., & Hengen, K. B. (November, 2005). Negative priming is dependent upon

the preceding trial. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Toronto.

55. O’Connor, P. A., Tse, D., C.- S.,& Neely, J. H. (November, 2005). “Hybrid” false memories following primed naming: Expectancy at encoding or bias at retrieval? (poster) Psychonomic Society, Toronto.

56. Burnham, B. R., Neely, J. H., Walker, P. B., & Neill, W. T. (November, 2005). Interference from irrelevant color singletons during serial search depends on visual attention being spatially diffuse. OPAM (Object Perception and Memory) conference (a satellite conference of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto.
57. O’Connor, P. A., Calabrese, G., & Neely, J. H. (May, 2006). Attention-dependent goal maintenance

and_activation decay for semantic priming. (poster) Association for Psychological Science, New

York.
58. Tse, D., C.- S., & Neely, J. H. (May, 2006). Recognition memory differences for critical items and associates in the DRM false memory paradigm occur with a shallow incidental study task.

(poster) Association for Psychological Science, New York.
59. Neely, J. H., & Burnham, B. R. (November, 2006). Involuntary capture of attention by line

intersections, both real and “imagined”. Psychonomic Society, Houston.
60. Tse, C.- S., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2006). When semantic priming survives letter search.

(poster) Psychonomic Society, Houston.


61. O’Connor, P. A., Neely, J. H., & Pearson-Leary, J. (November, 2007). Decay of automatic semantic

priming from visible unidentifiable primes in an RSVP task. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Long

Beach.


62. O’Connor, P. A., Hutchison, K. A., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2008). Relatedness proportion effects

in semantic priming occur even for relatedness propotions below .25. (poster) Psychonomic

Society, Chicago.


63. Tse, C.-S., Johnson, J.D., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2008). Cue-independent retrieval-

induced inhibition/ facilitation for an orthographic competitor depends on whether that

competitor is successfully/unsuccessfully suppressed. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Chicago.
64. Neely, J.H., Thomas, M. A., & O’Connor, P.A. (November, 2008). Target degradation dffects on

semantic priming: Do we have it all backwards. Psychonomic Society, Chicago.
65. Thomas, M. A., Neely, J.H., O’Connor, P.A., & Quan, J. (November, 2009). When “Nothing”

Captures Attention. Psychonomic Society, Boston.
66. Cho, K., & Neely, J.H. (November, 2010). Nonepisodic retrieval practice (ELE - A- - - Cuing

ELEVATOR) facilitates episodic recall of ELEPHANT (Cued By E - - PH - NT or GIRAFFE). Psychonomic Society, St. Louis. (presented by J. Neely)

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PAPERS PRESENTED AT REGIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

(* invited presentation; unless otherwise noted, presented by first author)


67. Hutchison, K. A., Balota, D. A., Neely, J. H., et al. (November, 2011). The semantic priming project:

A mega-study. Psychonomic Society, Seattle.
68. Winward, S., Hutchison, K. A., Thomas, M. A., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2011). Attentional Control

and Asymmetrical Priming in the Lexical Decision Task. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Seattle.
69. Neely, J. H., Thomas, M. A., & Kahan, T. A. (November, 2012). Familiarity effects in visual-spatial

attentional capture and disengagement. Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis.
70. Cho, K. W., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2012). Does a cued-recall memory test for a word enhance

later memory for its perceptual details? (poster) Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis.
71. Brennan, M. K., Cho, K. W., & Neely, J. H. (November, 2013). The role of mediators in the testing

effect in paired-associate learning. Psychonomic Society, Toronto. (presented by J.H. Neely)
72. Cho, K. W., Veltre, M. & Neely, J. H. (November, 2012). Transfer appropriate processing in the

testing effect. (poster) Psychonomic Society, Toronto.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

1. Neely, J.H., Fisk, W.J., & Ross, K.L. (1983, May). Why Antos (1979) failed to obtain automatic semantic priming effects in a lexical decision task. The Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, West Lafayette, Indiana.

2. Neely, J.H., & Riegler, G. (1985, May). Semantic encoding variability and test expectancy effects. The Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, West Lafayette, Indiana. (presented by G. Riegler)

3. Neely, J. H., Keefe, D. E., & Ross, K. L. (1986, May). The role of retrospective post lexical processes in producing facilitatory and inhibitory "priming" effects in episodic and semantic memory tasks. The Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, Bloomington, Indiana.


4. Neely, J. H., & Duchek, J. M. (1987, May). Word frequency and levels of processing effects in lexical decision and episodic recognition tasks. The Illinois/Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, Champaign, Illinois.

5. Keefe, D. E., & Neely, J. H. (1987, May). The role of expectancy in semantic priming in a pronunciation task. The Illinois/Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, Champaign, Illinois.


6. Keefe, D. E., & Neely, J. H. (1988, May). On isolating the effects of prospective expectancies and retrospective semantic matching strategies on semantic priming. The Illinois/Indiana/ Purdue Cognitive Meetings, West Lafayette, Indiana.

7. Rajaram, S., & Neely, J. H. (1988, May). Masked repetition priming effects: Evidence for Forster's relevant search set hypothesis. The Illinois/Indiana/Purdue Cognitive Meetings, West Lafayette, Indiana.

8. *Neely, J. H. (1991, February). A three process theory of semantic context effects on visual word recognition. The Lake Ontario Visionary Establisment conference, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
9. *Neely, J. H. (1998, June). If reading “glasses” will prime “vision”, what will reading a pair of glasses do? Show-me-mental-state Conference, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

10. Neely, J. H. (1998, July). Does priming the prime pump up priming? Williams College/SUNY- Albany Summer Workshop, Williamstown, Massachusetts.


11. Neely, J. H. (1999, July). Where’s the memory in false memory? Williams College/SUNY-Albany Summer Workshop, Albany, New York.

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CONFERENCE PAPERS (continued)

12. *Neely, J. H. (2002, February). Flexing and extending a Body-“building” approach to semantic priming: Pumping up the prime with repetition priming. The Lake Ontario Visionary Establisment conference, Niagara Falls, Ontario.


13. *Neely, J. H. (2005, March) Semantic relatedness effects in recognition memory. Roddyfest: A festschrift honoring Henry L. Roediger, III, being awarded an honorary Ph. D. by Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.

14. Neely, J.H., Thomas, M, & O’Connor P. (2010, November) When word identification gets tough,



retrospective semantic processing comes to the rescue. Pre-psychonomics visual word recognition

conference, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

15. *Neely, J. H. & Cho, K. W. (2013, June) Methodological Prescriptions for Research on Testing and Retrieval Practice. A festschrift honoring Larry Jacoby, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

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INVITED TALKS AT OTHER UNIVERSITIES AND RESEARCH CENTERS

1. Rockefeller University, December, 1975.

2. University of Illinois, Chicago, February, 1978.

3. Indiana University, June, 1979.

4. Dalhousie University, December, 1984.

5. Indiana University, January, 1985.

6. University of Maryland, February, 1986.

7. Arizona State University, March, 1986.

8. Washington University in St. Louis, July, 1986.

9. Lousiana State University, December, 1986.

10. State University of New York, Binghamton, January, 1987.

11. State University of New York, Stony Brook, December, 1987.

12. McMaster University, March, 1988.

13. Rice University, January, 1989.

14. Syracuse University, April, 1989.

15. Purdue University, January, 1990.

16. Washington University in St. Louis, March, 1990.

17. Yale University, April, 1990.

18. University of Massachusetts, May, 1990.

19. National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke, November, 1990.

20. University of Massachusetts, April, 1991.

21. University of Rochester, October, 1991.

22. Albany Medical School, December, 1992.

23. Rice University, March, 1993.

24. Dartmouth University, May, 1993.

25. University of South Carolina, March, 1995.

26. Williams College, May, 1995.

27. University of Notre Dame, April, 1996.

28. University of Western Australia, June, 1996.

29. University of Western Australia, August, 1997.

30. Macquarie University, August, 1997.

31. Georgetown University, February, 1998.

32. New York University, March, 1998.

33. Iowa State University, January, 1999.

34. St. Louis University, March, 2001.

35. Ball State University, February, 2002.

36. CUNY Graduate Center, March, 2006.

37. Washington University, St. Louis, April, 2008.

38. Binghamton University, May, 2009.

39. Colby College, September, 2009.

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REFERENCES:

Dr. Jeanette Altarriba (former Chair and Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies) ja087@albany.edu

Chair, Department of Psychology

State University of New York at Albany

Albany, New York 12222

Dr. David A. Balota (former Associate Chair) dbalota@artsci.wustl.edu

Department of Psychology

Box 1125

Washington University

St. Louis, Missouri 63130

Dr. Randall W. Engle (former Chair and former Associate Dean of Sciences) re23@prism.gatech.edu

School of Psychology

Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA 30332

Dr. Tram Neill neill@nycap.rr.com

Department of Psychology

State University of New York at Albany

Albany, New York 12222


Dr. Henry L. Roediger, III (former Chair and former Dean of Academic Planning in Arts and Sciences)

roediger@artsci.wustl.edu

Department of Psychology

Box 1125

Washington University

St. Louis, Missouri 63130
Dr. Kevin Williams, (former Chair and Vice Provost of Graduate Studies) kevinw@albany.edu

Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Education



State University of New York at Albany

Albany, New York 12222


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