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Funkcje pełnione na UAM:
- Measuring cognition
- Memory in courtroom
Praca naukowo – badawcza
- Hanczakowski, M., Butowska, E., Beaman, C. P., Jones, D. M., & Zawadzka, K. (2021). The dissociations of confidence from accuracy in forced-choice recognition judgments. Journal of Memory and Language, 117, 104189.
- Zawadzka, K., Baloro, S., Wells, J., Wilding, E. L., & Hanczakowski, M. (2021). On the memory benefits of repeated study with variable tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 47, 1067–1082.
- Krogulska, A., Skóra, Z., Scoboria, A., Hanczakowski, M., & Zawadzka, K. (2020). Translating (lack of) memories into reports: Conversion processes in responding to unanswerable questions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149, 1231-1248.
- Zawadzka, K., & Hanczakowski, M. (2019). Two routes to memory benefits of guessing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 45, 1748-1760.
- Hanczakowski, M., Beaman, C. P., & Jones, D. M. (2018). Learning through clamor: The allocation and perception of study time in noise. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 147, 1005-1022
- Zawadzka, K., Simkiss, N., & Hanczakowski, M. (2018). Remind me of the context: Memory and metacognition at restudy. Journal of Memory and Language, 101, 1-17.
- Hanczakowski, M., Beaman, C. P., & Jones, D. M. (2017). When distraction benefits memory through semantic similarity. Journal of Memory and Language, 94, 61-74.
- Hanczakowski, M., Zawadzka, K., Collie, H.*, & Macken, B. (2017). Metamemory in a familiar place: The effects of environmental context on feeling of knowing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43, 59-71.
- Zawadzka, K., Hanczakowski, M., & Wilding, E. L. (2017). Late consequences of early selection: When memory monitoring backfires. Journal of Memory and Language, 92, 114-127.
- Zawadzka, K., Higham, P. A., & Hanczakowski, M. (2017). Confidence in forced-choice recognition: What underlies the ratings? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43, 552-564.
Zawadzka, K., Baloro, S., Wells, J., Wilding, E. L., & Hanczakowski, M. (2021). On the benefits of repeated study with variable tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 47, 1067–1082.
This study looked at when and how repeated study benefits from processing the studied materials in different ways at each repetition – so-called encoding variability. It took the long-standing problem of whether encoding variability helps or hinders memory as a starting point and provided a comprehensive overview of conditions determining the effectiveness of varied encoding. The findings from 10 experiments revealed that variable (rather than constant) encoding leads to elaboration of memory traces, but does so in a very specific manner determined by the encoding task. As a result, benefits of encoding variability are constistently present only if there is a match between the elaborated information and the information queried at test – e.g., if the encoding task requires focusing on meaning of the studied words, then only meaning-based memory tests will show the benefits of encoding variability. Our results explain previous discrepant findings from the encoding-variability literature, which failed to consider the role of the final test, and link the research on encoding variability to other concepts, such as transfer-appropriate processing.
Wybrane osiągnięcia naukowo – badawcze:
- 2020-2023 2018/31/G/HS6/01839 Context-dependent remembering in older adults. Funding scheme: BEETHOVEN 3.
- 2018-2021 2017/27/B/HS6/02001 Memory for goals: Goal-oriented behaviour in the face of distraction. Funding scheme: OPUS 14.
- 2014-2017 2013/09/B/HS6/0264 Do you know that you do not know? Determinants of 'don’t know’ responding in memory tasks. Funding scheme: OPUS 5.
My research interests concentrate on issues surrounding memory – from basic processes of encoding and retrieval, both in the context of long-term and working memory, to decisional factors involved in remembering and commonly termed metamemory.
Realizowany obecnie projekt badawczy:
The research project I currently supervise involves examining how memory of young and older adults is affected by context reinstatement – i.e., taking the context that accompanied encoding and re-presenting it at the time of retrieval from memory. The project examines the effects of context reinstatement on both the efficacy of memory retrieval and people’s assessments of their own memory performance.
Współpraca z otoczeniem społeczno – gospodarczym: