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Aslı Kılıç, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Middle East Technical University

email: askilic@metu.edu.tr

Kılıç, A. & Criss, A. H. (in press). Methods for Studying Memory Differences Between Younger and Older Adults. In Otani, H.. & Schwartz, B. (Eds.) Handbook on Research Methods in Human Memory. New York, NY: Routledge

Criss, A. H., Salomão, C., Malmberg, K. J., Aue, W. R., Kılıç, A. & Claridge, M. (in press). Release from output interference in recognition memory: A Test for the attention hypothesis. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

Kılıç, A., Criss, A. H., & Malmberg, K. J., Shiffrin, R. M. (2017). Models that allow us to perceive the world more accurately also allow us to remember past events more accurately via differentiation. Cognitive Psychology, 92, 65-86. [pdf] [data]

Kılıç, A., Sayalı, C. Z., & Öztekin, I. (2016). Aging slows access to temporal information in working memory. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. [pdf]

Kılıç, A., & Öztekin, I. (2014). Retrieval dynamics of the strength based mirror effect in recognition memory. Journal of Memory and Language,76, 158-173.[pdf]

Criss, A. H., Aue, W. R., & Kılıç, A. (2014). Age and response bias: Evidence from the strength based mirror effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(10), 1910-1924. [pdf] [data]

Kılıç, A., Hoyer, W. J., & Howard, M. W. (2013). Effects of spacing of item repetitions in continuous recognition memory: Does item retrieval difficulty promote item retention in older adults? Experimental Aging Research, 39(3), 322-341. [pdf] [data]

Kılıç, A., Criss, A. H., & Howard, M. W. (2013). A causal contiguity effect that persists across time scales. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39(1), 297-303. [pdf] [data]