Yeon Soon Shin & Sarah DuBrow (2020). Structuring memory through inference-based event segmentation. Topics in Cognitive Science.
Sarah DuBrow, Elizabeth Eberts & Vishnu Murty (2019). A common mechanism underlying choice’s influence on preference and memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 26, 1958–1966.
David Clewett, Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2019). Transcending time in the brain: How event memories are constructed from experience. Hippocampus, 29(3), 162-183.
Vishnu Murty, Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2019). Decision making increases episodic memory via postencoding consolidation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 31(9), 1308-1317.
Vishnu P. Murty, Rachel A. McKinney, Sarah DuBrow, Maria Jalbrzikowski, Gretchen L. Haas, & Beatriz Luna (2018). Differential patterns of contextual organization of memory in first-episode psychosis. NPG: Schizophrenia, 4(1):3.
Ignasi Sols, Sarah DuBrow, Lila Davachi & Lluis Fuentemilla (2017). Event boundaries trigger rapid memory replay of the prior event to promote their representation in long-term memory. Current Biology, 27(22), 3499-3504.
Sarah DuBrow, Nina Rouhani, Yael Niv & Kenneth A. Norman (2017). Does mental context drift or shift? Current Opinions in Behavioral Sciences, 17, 141-146.
Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2017). Commentary: Distinct neural mechanisms for remembering when an event occurred. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 189.
2016 and earlier
Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2016). Temporal binding within and across events. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 134, 107-114.
Vishnu Murty, Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2015). The simple act of choosing influences declarative memory. Journal of Neuroscience, 35(16), 6255-6264.
Lila Davachi & Sarah DuBrow (2015). How the hippocampus preserves order: the role of prediction and context. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19(2), 92-99.
Doug Markant, Sarah DuBrow, Lila Davachi & Todd Gureckis (2014). Deconstructing the effect of self-directed study on episodic memory. Memory & Cognition, 42(8), 1211-1224.
Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2014). Temporal memory is shaped by encoding stability and intervening item reactivation. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(42), 13998-14005.
Sarah DuBrow & Lila Davachi (2013). The influence of context boundaries on memory for the sequential order of events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(4), 1277-1286.
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