Mihaly Racsmany
Mihaly Racsmany
Department of Cognitive Science, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Verified email at cogsci.bme.hu
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The disruption and dissolution of directed forgetting: Inhibitory control of memory
MA Conway, K Harries, J Noyes, M Racsma'ny, CR Frankish
Journal of memory and language 43 (3), 409-430, 2000
1682000
Az emberi emlékezet
A Baddeley, P Csaba, R Mihály
Osiris, 2001
1112001
A verbális munkamemória magyar nyelvű vizsgálóeljárásai
M Racsmány, Á Lukács, D Németh, C Pléh
Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle 60 (4), 479-506, 2005
1102005
Episodic inhibition.
M Racsmány, MA Conway
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (1), 44, 2006
1052006
Coronary artery bypass surgery provokes Alzheimer's disease-like changes in the cerebrospinal fluid
A Palotás, HJ Reis, G Bogáts, B Babik, M Racsmány, L Engvau, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 21 (4), 1153-1164, 2010
792010
Consolidation of Episodic memories during Sleep: Long-term Effects of retrieval practice
M Racsmány, A Conway, Martin, G Demeter
Psychological Science 21 (1), 80-85, 2010
572010
Vocabulary and morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome: A preliminary report
Á Lukács, M Racsmány, C Pléh
Acta Linguistica Hungarica 48 (1-3), 243-269, 2001
552001
Correlations between clinical symptoms, working memory functions and structural brain abnormalities in men with schizophrenia
I Szendi, M Kiss, M Racsmány, K Boda, C Cimmer, E Vörös, ZA Kovács, ...
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 147 (1), 47-55, 2006
462006
Morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome and the rule debates
C Pléh, A Lukács, M Racsmány
Brain and Language 86 (3), 377-383, 2003
462003
Testing promotes long-term learning via stabilizing activation patterns in a large network of brain areas
A Keresztes, D Kaiser, G Kovács, M Racsmány
Cerebral Cortex 24 (11), 3025-3035, 2014
452014
Long-term follow-up of patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder treated by anterior capsulotomy: A neuropsychological study
K Csigo, A Harsanyi, G Demeter, C Rajkai, A Nemeth, M Racsmány
Journal of affective disorders 126 (1-2), 198-205, 2010
402010
Language in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome
A Lukács, C Pléh, M Racsmány
Williams syndrome across languages 36, 187-220, 2004
402004
Disrupted memory inhibition in schizophrenia
M Racsmány, MA Conway, EA Garab, C Cimmer, Z Janka, T Kurimay, ...
Schizophrenia Research 101 (1-3), 218-224, 2008
382008
The language of space in Hungarian
I Kiraly, C Pléh, M Racsmány
Cognition in language use 1, 182-92, 2001
352001
Spatial language in Williams Syndrome: Evidence for a special interaction?
A Lukacs, C Pleh, M Racsmany
Journal of Child Language 34 (2), 311, 2007
322007
A munkamemória szerepe a megismerésben
M Racsmány
Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 2004
312004
Numerical abilities in Williams syndrome: Dissociating the analogue magnitude system and verbal retrieval
A Krajcsi, Á Lukács, J Igács, M Racsmány, C Pléh
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 31 (4), 439-446, 2009
292009
Language and cognition in the early spatial expressions of Hungarian children
C Plh, I Kirly, M Racsmny, K Sndor
Proceedings of European Cognitive Science, ed. S. Bagnara. Consiglio …, 1999
261999
Two types of impairments in OCD: Obsessions, as problems of thought suppression; compulsions, as behavioral-executive impairment
A Harsányi, K Csigó, C Rajkai, G Demeter, A Németh, M Racsmány
Psychiatry Research 215 (3), 651-658, 2014
252014
Handling L2 Input in Phonological STM: The Effect of Non‐L1 Phonetic Segments and Non‐L1 Phonotactics on Nonword Repetition
G Kovács, M Racsmány
Language Learning 58 (3), 597-624, 2008
252008
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