Zara Bergström
Zara Bergström
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Kent
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ERP and behavioural evidence for direct suppression of unwanted memories
ZM Bergström, JW de Fockert, A Richardson-Klavehn
NeuroImage 48 (4), 726-737, 2009
ERP evidence for successful voluntary avoidance of conscious recollection
ZM Bergström, M Velmans, J de Fockert, A Richardson-Klavehn
Brain research 1151, 119-133, 2007
Neural markers of inhibition in human memory retrieval
M Wimber, KH Bäuml, Z Bergström, G Markopoulos, HJ Heinze, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (50), 13419-13427, 2008
Continuous Theta Burst Stimulation of Angular Gyrus Reduces Subjective Recollection
Y Yazar, ZM Bergström, JS Simons
PloS one 9 (10), e110414, 2014
A specific brain structural basis for individual differences in reality monitoring
M Buda, A Fornito, ZM Bergström, JS Simons
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (40), 14308-14313, 2011
Suppressing unwanted autobiographical memories reduces their automatic influences: Evidence from electrophysiology and an implicit autobiographical memory test
X Hu, ZM Bergström, GV Bodenhausen, JP Rosenfeld
Psychological Science 26 (7), 1098-1106, 2015
Behavioral and ERP evidence of greater distractor processing in old age
JW de Fockert, A Ramchurn, J Van Velzen, Z Bergström, D Bunce
Brain research 1282, 67-73, 2009
Reduced multimodal integration of memory features following continuous theta burst stimulation of angular gyrus
Y Yazar, ZM Bergström, JS Simons
Brain Stimulation 10 (3), 624-629, 2017
Intentional retrieval suppression can conceal guilty knowledge in ERP memory detection tests
ZM Bergström, MC Anderson, M Buda, JS Simons, A Richardson-Klavehn
Biological psychology 94 (1), 1-11, 2013
Event-related potential evidence that automatic recollection can be voluntarily avoided
ZM Bergström, J de Fockert, A Richardson-Klavehn
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (7), 1280-1301, 2009
Suppressing unwanted memories reduces their unintended influences
X Hu, ZM Bergström, P Gagnepain, MC Anderson
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (2), 197-206, 2017
What is the parietal lobe contribution to long-term memory?
Y Yazar, ZM Bergström, JS Simons
Cortex 48 (10), 1381-1382, 2012
Multimodal imaging reveals the spatiotemporal dynamics of recollection
ZM Bergström, RN Henson, JR Taylor, JS Simons
NeuroImage 68, 141-153, 2013
Metacognitive monitoring and the hypercorrection effect in autism and the general population: Relation to autism (-like) traits and mindreading
DM Williams, Z Bergström, C Grainger
Autism 22 (3), 259-270, 2018
Reflections of Oneself: Neurocognitive Evidence for Dissociable Forms of Self-Referential Recollection
ZM Bergström, DA Vogelsang, RG Benoit, JS Simons
Cerebral Cortex 25, 2648-57, 2015
Did I turn off the gas? Reality monitoring of everyday actions
VC Brandt, ZM Bergström, M Buda, RNA Henson, JS Simons
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14 (1), 209-219, 2014
Alpha oscillations during incidental encoding predict subsequent memory for new “foil” information
DA Vogelsang, M Gruber, ZM Bergström, C Ranganath, JS Simons
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (5), 667-679, 2018
Unintentional and Intentional Recognition Rely on Dissociable Neurocognitive Mechanisms
ZM Bergström, DG Williams, M Bhula, D Sharma
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2016
Goal-directed mechanisms that constrain retrieval predict subsequent memory for new “foil” information
DA Vogelsang, HM Bonnici, ZM Bergström, C Ranganath, JS Simons
Neuropsychologia 89, 356-363, 2016
Imagining a false alibi impairs concealed memory detection with the autobiographical Implicit Association Test.
P Dhammapeera, X Hu, ZM Bergström
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 26 (2), 266, 2020
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