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Algom, D., Dekel, A., & Pansky, A. (1996). The perception of number from the separability of the stimulus: The Stroop effect revisited. Memory & Cognition, 24(5), 557-572. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Algom, D. (1999). Stroop and Garner effects in comparative judgment of numerals: The role of attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25(1), 39-58. [PDF]

Koriat, A., Goldsmith, M., & Pansky, A. (2000). Toward a psychology of memory accuracy. Annual Review of Psychology, 51, 481-537. [PDF]

Lavidor, M., Ellis, A. W., & Pansky, A. (2002). Case alternation effects in lateralized word recognition: Studies in Hebrew and English. Brain and Cognition, 50(2), 257-271. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Algom, D. (2002). Comparative judgment of numerosity and numerical magnitude: Attention preempts automaticity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 28(2), 259-274. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Koriat, A. (2004). The basic-level convergence effect in memory distortions. Psychological Science, 15(1), 52-59. [PDF]

Goldsmith M., Koriat A., & Pansky, A. (2005). Strategic regulation of grain size in memory reporting over time. Journal of Memory and Language, 52(4), 505-525. [PDF

Pansky, A., Koriat, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2005). Eyewitness recall and testimony. In N. Brewer & K. D. Williams (Eds.), Psychology and law: An empirical perspective (pp. 93-150). New York: Guilford Press. [PDF]

Pansky, A., Goldsmith, M., Koriat, A., & & Pearlman-Avnion, S. (2009). Memory accuracy in old age: Cognitive, metacognitive, and neurocognitive determinants. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 21(2/3), 303-329. [PDF]

Mulder, R.V. De, Noortwijk, C. van, Goldsmith M., Pansky, A., Koriat, A., Kadouri- Labin S. (2010), CORMAS: A Computerized Tool for the Analysis of Eyewitness Memory Correspondence. European Journal of Law and Technology, 1(3), 1-18. [PDF

Goldsmith, M., Pansky, A., Koriat, A., Mulder, R.V. De, Noortwijk, C. van, Memon, A., & Markowitsch, H. (2011). The assessment of eyewitness memory: A multi-componential correspondence-oriented approach. In P. Kleve & K. van Noortwijk (Eds.), Something bigger than yourself: Essays in honor of Richard De Mulder (pp. 57-75). Rotterdam: Erasmus University.

Koriat, A., Pansky, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2011). An output-bound perspective on false memories: the case of the Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) paradigm. In A. Benjamin (Ed.), Successful remembering and successful forgetting (pp. 302-332). New York: Psychology Press. [PDF]  

Pansky, A., & Tenenboim, E. (2011a). Inoculating against eyewitness suggestibility via interpolated verbatim vs. gist testing. Memory & Cognition, 39(1), 155-170. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Tenenboim, E. (2011b). Interactions between spontaneous instantiations to the basic level and post-event suggestions. Memory, 19(8), 901-915. [PDF]

Pansky, A., Tenenboim, E., & Bar, S. K. (2011). The misinformation effect revisited: Interactions between spontaneous memory processes and misleading suggestions. Journal of Memory and Language, 64(3), 270-287. [PDF]

Pansky, A. (2012). Inoculation against forgetting: Advantages of immediate vs. delayed initial testing due to superior verbatim accessibility. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38(6), 1792-1800. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Nemets. E. (2012). Enhancing the quantity and accuracy of eyewitness memory via initial memory testing. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 1(1), 2-11. [PDF]

Goldsmith, M., Pansky, A., & Koriat, A. (2014). Metacognitive control of memory reporting. In T. J. Perfect & D. S. Lindsay (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Applied Memory(pp. 481-500). London, UK: Sage. [PDF]

Pansky, A., & Goldsmith, M. (2014). Metacognitive effects of initial question difficulty on subsequent memory performance. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(5), 1255-1262. [PDF]

Portnoy, S., & Pansky, A. (2016). Metacognitive effects of initial question difficulty on subsequent eyewitness memory performance. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5(2), 159-167. [PDF]

Sheaffer, R., Goldsmith, M., & Pansky, A. (2018). Why were those details so hard for me to recall? Experienced ease of selective retrieval modulates episodic gist memory. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 7, 379-386. [PDF]

Pansky, A., Oren, Y., Yaniv, H., Landa, O., Gotlieb, A., & Hemed, E. (2019). Positive and negative effects of gender expertise on episodic memory. Memory & Cognition, 47(2), 257-265.[PDF]

Adler, O. & Pansky, A. (2019, in press). A “rosy view” of the past: Positive memory biases. To appear in T. Aue and H. Okon-Singer (Eds.), Cognitive Biases in Health and Psychiatric Disorders. Elsevier. [PDF]

Shapira, A. A. & Pansky, A. (2019, in press). Cognitive and metacognitive determinants of eyewitness memory accuracy over time. This is a post-peer-review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in Metacognition and Learning. [PDF]. The final authenticated version is available online at:  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11409-019-09206-7.



Entries in Encyclopedias

Koriat, A., Goldsmith, M., & Pansky, A. (2003). Memory distortions and forgetting. In L. Nadel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science (pp. 1076-1081). Nature Publishing Group (Macmillan). [PDF]



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