Ágnes Szőllősi
Ágnes Szőllősi
University of Szeged, Hungary
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Retrieval practice makes procedure from remembering: An automatization account of the testing effect.
M Racsmány, Á Szőllősi, D Bencze
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44, 157-166, 2018
Tonic noradrenergic activity modulates explorative behavior and attentional set shifting: Evidence from pupillometry and gaze pattern analysis
P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, G Demeter, M Racsmány
Psychophysiology 54, 1839-1854, 2017
Depressive symptoms are associated with the phenomenal characteristics of imagined positive and negative future events
Á Szőllősi, P Pajkossy, M Racsmány
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29, 762-767, 2015
The benefit of directed forgetting persists after a daytime nap: the role of spindles and rapid eye movement sleep in the consolidation of relevant memories
B Blaskovich, Á Szőllősi, F Gombos, M Racsmány, P Simor
Sleep 40, zsw076, 2017
The Testing Effect is Preserved in Stressful Final Testing Environment
Á Szőllősi, A Keresztes, B Novák, B Szászi, S Kéri, M Racsmány
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31, 615-622, 2017
Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex impairs long-term retention of reencountered memories
M Marián, Á Szőllősi, M Racsmány
Cortex 108, 80-91, 2018
Enhanced mnemonic discrimination for emotional memories: The role of arousal in interference resolution
Á Szőllősi, M Racsmány
Memory and Cognition 48, 1032-1045, 2020
Acute stress affects prospective memory functions via associative memory processes
Á Szőllősi, P Pajkossy, G Demeter, S Kéri, M Racsmány
Acta Psychologica 182, 82-90, 2018
Reversing the testing effect by feedback is a matter of performance criterion at practice
M Racsmány, Á Szőllősi, M Marián
Memory and Cognition 48, 1161-1170, 2020
The effect of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus on executive functions: impaired verbal fluency and intact updating, planning and conflict resolution in …
G Demeter, I Valálik, P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, Á Lukács, F Kemény, ...
Neuroscience Letters 647, 72-77, 2017
Physiological measures of dopaminergic and noradrenergic activity during attentional set shifting and reversal
P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, G Demeter, M Racsmány
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 506, 2018
Regularity detection under stress: Faster extraction of probability-based regularities
E Tóth-Fáber, K Janacsek, Á Szőllősi, S Kéri, D Németh
Plos One 16, e0253123, 2021
Statistical learning and the effect of Starting Small in developmental dyslexia
D Dobó, KS Lukics, Á Szőllősi, K Németh, Á Lukács
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 64, 1621-1635, 2021
Irrelevant background context decreases mnemonic discrimination and increases false memory
M Racsmány, D Bencze, P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, M Marián
Scientific Reports 11, 6204, 2021
Behavioural pattern separation is strongly associated with familiarity-based decisions
Á Szőllősi, D Bencze, M Racsmány
Memory 28, 337-347, 2020
Successful list-method directed forgetting without retroactive interference of post-instruction learning
M Racsmány, G Demeter, Á Szőllősi
Memory 27, 224-230, 2019
Regularity extraction under stress: boosted statistical learning but unaffected sequence learning
E Tóth-Fáber, K Janacsek, Á Szőllősi, S Kéri, D Németh
bioRxiv, 2020
Retrieval practice decreases processing load of recall: Evidence revealed by pupillometry
P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, M Racsmány
International Journal of Psychophysiology 143, 88-95, 2019
The key to superior memory encoding under stress: The relationship between cortisol response and mnemonic discrimination
Á Szőllősi, S Kéri, M Racsmány
Learning and Memory 29, 7-15, 2022
Pupil size changes signal hippocampus-related memory functions
P Pajkossy, Á Szőllősi, M Racsmány
Scientific Reports 10, 16393, 2020
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