Selected Recent Publications

Reese-Melancon, Harrington, E. E., & Kytola, K. (2019). How did I remember to do that? Self-reported strategy use for laboratory prospective memory tasks. Memory, 27, 1224-1235. 

Kominsky, T.K., & Reese-Melancon, C. (2017). The effects of context expectation on younger and older adults’ prospective memory performance. Memory, 25, 122-131.

Margrett, J. A., & Reese-Melancon, C. (2016). Collaborative cognition in middle and later life: Intimate partner negotiation of everyday tasks. In J. Bookwala (Ed.).  Couple Relationships in Mid and Late Life:  Their Nature, Complexity, and Role in Health and Illness (pp. 219-238).  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Calamia, M, Reese-Melancon, C., Cherry, K.E., Hawley, K., & Jazwinski, S.M. (2016). The Knowledge of Memory Aging Questionnaire: Factor structure and correlates in a lifespan sample. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, 86, 91-96.

Reese-Melancon, C. (2013).  Age, focal processing, and monitoring in event-based prospective memory.  Journal of Adult Development, 20, 151-157.

Cherry, K.E., Brigman, S., Reese-Melancon, C.M., Burton-Chase, A, & Holland, K. (2013).  Memory aging knowledge and memory self-appraisal in younger and older adults.  Educational Gerontology, 39, 168-178.

Carlozzi, N.,* Reese-Melancon, C., & Thomas, D.G. (2011).  Memory problems in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Objective findings versus subjective complaints.  Stress and Health, 27, 287-293.

Margrett, J.A., Reese-Melancon, C., & Rendell, P.G. (2011). Examining spouses’ collaborative interactions: A window into prospective memory processes among three adult age groups. Journal of Psychology, 219, 100-107.

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