Michael C. Friedman
Michael C. Friedman
Graduate Student of Cognitive Psychology, University of California Los Angeles
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Memory and metamemory for inverted words: Illusions of competency and desirable difficulties
VW Sungkhasettee, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (5), 973-978, 2011
Selecting valuable information to remember: age-related differences and similarities in self-regulated learning.
AD Castel, K Murayama, MC Friedman, S McGillivray, I Link
Psychology and Aging 28 (1), 232, 2013
Metamemory and memory efficiency in older adults: Learning about the benefits of priority processing and value-directed remembering.
AD Castel, S McGillivray, MC Friedman
Psychology Press, 2012
Predicting memory benefits in the production effect: The use and misuse of self-generated distinctive cues when making judgments of learning
AD Castel, MG Rhodes, MC Friedman
Memory & Cognition 41 (1), 28-35, 2013
Notes on note-taking: Review of research and insights for students and instructors
MC Friedman
Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching, 1-34, 2014
Are we aware of our ability to forget? Metacognitive predictions of directed forgetting
MC Friedman, AD Castel
Memory & Cognition 39 (8), 1448-1456, 2011
On the transfer of prior tests or study events to subsequent study.
BC Storm, MC Friedman, K Murayama, RA Bjork
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (1), 115, 2014
Memory for medication side effects in younger and older adults: The role of subjective and objective importance
MC Friedman, S McGillivray, K Murayama, AD Castel
Memory & cognition 43 (2), 206-215, 2015
I owe you: Age-related similarities and differences in associative memory for gains and losses
AD Castel, MC Friedman, S McGillivray, CC Flores, K Murayama, T Kerr, ...
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 23 (5), 549-565, 2016
Gist-based memory for prices and “better buys” in younger and older adults
CC Flores, MB Hargis, S McGillivray, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Memory 25 (4), 565-573, 2017
False memory and importance: Can we prioritize encoding without consequence?
DC Bui, MC Friedman, IM McDonough, AD Castel
Memory & cognition 41 (7), 1012-1020, 2013
Memory, priority encoding, and overcoming high-value proactive interference in younger and older adults
MC Friedman, AD Castel
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 20 (6), 660-683, 2013
Impact of aging on thinking.
S McGillivray, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Oxford University Press, 2012
Retrieval monitoring is influenced by information value: The interplay between importance and confidence on false memory
IM McDonough, DC Bui, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Acta psychologica 161, 7-17, 2015
Memory and aging: Current issues and future directions
AD Castel, S McGillivray, MC Friedman, M Naveh-Benjamin, N Ohta
Variations in the relationship between memory confidence and memory accuracy: The effects of spontaneous accessibility, list length, modality, and complexity.
B Kurdi, AJ Diaz, CA Wilmuth, MC Friedman, MR Banaji
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 5 (1), 3, 2018
Dissociations between learners’ predicted and actual effects of level of processing and assigned point value on subsequent memory performance
MS Cohen, MC Friedman, NC Soderstrom, A Castel, RA Bjork
PsyArXiv, 2019
Moderators of the confidence–accuracy relationship in recognition memory
B Kurdi, AJ Diaz, CA Wilmuth, MC Friedman, MR Banaji
Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological …, 2016
The importance of selectivity in memory: The influence of value on monitoring, learning, and cognitive aging
MC Friedman
University of California, Los Angeles, 2013
Metacognitive control, serial position effects, and effective transfer to self-paced study
DH Murphy, MC Friedman, AD Castel
Memory & Cognition, 1-16, 2021
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