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Research at St Andrews

Akira Robert O'Connor

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  1. 2017
  2. Is déjà vu a memory error?

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Oct 2017

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  3. Deciding what we know about our memories

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    May 2017

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  4. Involuntary neurophysiological responses as a window into memory decision-making

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Mar 2017

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  5. 2016
  6. What is déjà vu and how do we research it?

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Nov 2016

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  7. Recognition goals bias the endorsement of fewer but better goal responses

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Jul 2016

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  8. fMRI Investigation of experimentally-generated déjà vu.

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Jul 2016

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  9. 2014
  10. Does the format of the test question bias memory?

    Ravi Dev Mill (Speaker), Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    May 2014

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  11. Recognising the role of decision-making in memory judgements.

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    May 2014

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  12. 2013
  13. The network dynamics of memory expectation: evidence from task-evoked BOLD and functional connectivity analyses.

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    Aug 2013

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  14. Cue, "new?", déjà vu: Using recognition tests to better understand memory decision-making processes.

    Akira Robert O'Connor (Speaker)
    2013

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