Dillon, D.C., Dobbins, I.G., & Pizzagalli, D.A. (2013). Weak reward source memory in depression reflects blunted activation of VTA/SN and parahippocampus. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

Jaeger, A., Konkel, A., & Dobbins, I. G. (2013). Unexpected novelty and familiarity orienting responses in lateral parietal cortex during recognition judgment. Neuropsychologia, 51(6), 1061–76. Elsevier.

Selmeczy, D., & Dobbins, I. G. (2012). Metacognitive Awareness and Adaptive Recognition Biases. Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition.

Jaeger, A., Selmeczy, D., O’Connor, A. R., Diaz, M., & Dobbins, I. G. (2012). Prefrontal cortex contributions to controlled memory judgment: fMRI evidence from adolescents and young adults. Neuropsychologia, 50(14), 3745–56. Elsevier.

Jaeger, A., Cox, J. C., & Dobbins, I. G. (2012). Recognition confidence under violated and confirmed memory expectations. Journal of experimental psychology. General, 141(2), 282–301.

Jaeger, A., Lauris, P., Selmeczy, D., & Dobbins, I. G. (2012). The costs and benefits of memory conformity. Memory & cognition, 40(1), 101–12.

Dobbins, I. G., Jaeger, A., Studer, B., & Simons, J. S. (2012). Use of explicit memory cues following parietal lobe lesions. Neuropsychologia, 50(13), 2992–3003. Elsevier.

O’Connor, A. R., Guhl, E. N., Cox, J. C., & Dobbins, I. G. (2011). Some Memories are Odder than Others: Judgments of Episodic Oddity Violate Known Decision Rules. Journal of memory and language, 64(4), 299–315.

Mullette-Gillman, O. a, Detwiler, J. M., Winecoff, A., Dobbins, I., & Huettel, S. a. (2011). Infrequent, task-irrelevant monetary gains and losses engage dorsolateral and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. Brain research, 1395, 53–61. Elsevier B.V.

Cox, J. C., & Dobbins, I. G. (2011). The striking similarities between standard , distractor-free , and target-free recognition.

Raposo, A., Vicens, L., Clithero, J. a, Dobbins, I. G., & Huettel, S. a. (2011). Contributions of frontopolar cortex to judgments about self, others and relations. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, 6(3), 260–9.

Han, S., Huettel, S.A., Raposo, A., Adcock, R.A., & Dobbins,  I.G. (2010). Functional significance of striatal responses during episodic decisions: Recovery or coal attainment?  The Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 4767-4775. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3077-09.2010

O’Connor, A.R., Han, S. & Dobbins, I.G. (2010).  The inferior parietal lobule and recognition memory: Expectancy violation or successful retrieval?  The Journal of Neuroscience, 30, 2924-2934. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.4225-09.2010

Han, S., & Dobbins, I. G. (2009). Regulating recognition decisions through incremental reinforcement learning. Psychon Bull Rev, 16(3), 469-474.

Han, S., Huettel, S. A., & Dobbins, I. G. (2009). Rule-dependent prefrontal cortex activity across episodic and perceptual decisions: An fmri investigation of the criterial classification account. J Cogn Neurosci, 21(5), 922-937.

Raposo, A., Han, S., & Dobbins, I. G. (2009). Ventrolateral prefrontal cortex and self-initiated semantic elaboration during memory retrieval. Neuropsychologia, 47(11), 2261-2271.

Dobbins, I.G. & McCarthy, D. (2008). Cue framing effects in source remembering: A memory misattribution model. Memory & Cognition.

Han, S., & Dobbins, I. G. (2008). Examining recognition criterion rigidity during testing using a biased-feedback technique: Evidence for adaptive criterion learning. Mem Cognit, 36(4), 703-715.

Ghuman, A. S., Bar, M., Dobbins, I. G., & Schnyer, D. M. (2008). The effects of priming on frontal-temporal communication. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 105(24), 8405-8409.

Payne, B.K., McClemon, F.J., & Dobbins, I.G. (2007). Automatice affective responses to smoking cues. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 15(4), 400-409.

Dobbins, I.G., & Han, S (2007). What constitutes a model of item-based memory decision-making? In A. Benjamin & B. Ross (Eds.), The psychology of learning and motivation: Vol. 48. Strategic and nonstrategic influences on memory attribution. Elsevier, London.

Schnyer, D.M., Dobbins, I.G., Nicholls, L., Davis, S., Verfaellie, M., & Schacter, D.L. (2007). Item to Dicision mapping in rapid response learning. Mem Cognit, 35(6), 1472-1482.

Dobbins, I. G., & Han, S (2006). Cue- versus probe- dependent prefrontal cortex activity during contextual remembering. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18, 1439-1452.

Dobbins, I. G., & Han, S (2006). Isolating rule- versus evidence- based prefrontal activity during episodic and lexical discrimination; An fMRI investigation of detection theory distinctions. Cerebral Cortex. 16, 1614-1622.

Schnyer, D.M., Dobbins, I.G., Nicholls, L., Schacter, D.L., Verfaellie, M. (2006). Rapid response learning in amnesia: Delineating associative learning components in repetition priming. Neuropsychologia. 44(1), 140-149.

Daselaar, S.M., Fleck, M.S., Dobbins, I.G., Madden, D.J., & Cabeza, R. (2006). Effects of healthy aging on hippocampal and rhinal memory functions: An event-related fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex.

Fleck, M.S., Daselaar, S.M., Dobbins, I. G., & Cabeza, R. (2006). Role of prefrontal and anterior cingulate regions in decision-making processes shared by memory and non-memory tasks. Cerebral Cortex. 16, 1623-1630

Dobbins, I.G., & Davachi, L. (2006). Functional Neuroimaging of Episodic Memory. In: R. Cabeza, A. Kingstone. Handbook of Functional Neuroimaging of Cognition. (2nd Ed.) (pp 229-268). Cambridge, MA: MIT press

Dobbins, I. G., & Kroll, N.E.A (2005). Distinctiveness and the recognition mirror effect: Evidence for an it em-based criterion placement heuristic. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 31(6), 1186-1198.

Dobbins, I. G., & Wagner, A. D (2005). Domain-general and domain-sensitive prefrontal mechanisms for recollecting events and detecting novelty. Cerebral Cortex, 15, 1768-1778.

Schacter, D.L., Dobbins, I.G. & Schnyer, D (2004). Specificity of priming: A cognitive neuroscience perspecti ve. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5, 853-862.

Dobbins, I.G., Schnyer, D.M., Verfaellie, M. & Schacter, D.L. (2004). Cortical activity reductions during repe tition priming can result from rapid response learning. Nature, 428, 316-319.

Dobbins, I.G., Simons, J.S. & Schacter, D.L. (2004). fMRI evidence for separable and lateralized prefrontal memory monitoring processes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16, 908-920.

Dobbins, I.G., Kroll, N.E.A. & Yonelinas, A.P. (2004). Dissociating familiarity from recollection using rote rehearsal. Memory & Cognition, 32, 932-944.

Dobbins, I.G., Rice, H.J., Wagner, A.D., & Schacter, D.L. (2003). Memory orientation and success: Separable neurocognitive components underlying episodic recognition. Neuropsychologia, 41(3), 318-333.

Dobbins, I.G., Foley, H., Wagner, A.D., & Schacter D.L. (2002). Executive control during episodic retrieval: Multiple prefrontal processes subserve source memory. Neuron, 35(5), 989-996.

Kroll, N. E. A., Yonelinas, A. P., Dobbins, I. G. & Frederick, C. M. (2002). Separating sensitivity from respons e bias: Implications of comparisons of yes-no and forced-choice tests for models and measures of recognition memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 131(2), 241-254.

Dobbins, I. G. (2001). The Systematic Discrepancy Between A' for Overall Recognition and Remembering: A Dual Process Account. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 8, 587-599.

Yonelinas, A.P., Kroll, N.E.A., Baynes, K. Dobbins, I.G., Frederick, C., Knights, R.T. & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2001 ). Visual Implicit Memory in the Left Hemisphere: Evidence from Callosotomy  and Right Occipital-Lobe Lesion Patients. Psychological Science, 12, 293-298.

Dobbins, I.G., Khoe, W., Yonelinas, A.P., & Kroll, N.E.A. (2000). Predicting Individual False Alarm Rates and Signal Detection Theory: A Role for Remembering. Memory & Cognition, 28, 1347-1356.

Khoe, W., Kroll, N.E.A., Yonelinas, A.P., Dobbins, I.G., & Knight, R.T. (2000). The Contribution of Recollecti on and Familiarity to Yes-No and Forced: Choice Tests in Healthy Subjects and Amnesics. Neuropsychologia, 38, 1333-1341.


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