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Publications of Elizabeth J. Marsh    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Marsh, EJ; Yang, BW (2017). A Call to Think Broadly about Information Literacy. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 6(4), 401-404. [doi]
  2. Brashier, NM; Umanath, S; Cabeza, R; Marsh, EJ (2017). Competing cues: Older adults rely on knowledge in the face of fluency.. Psychology and Aging, 32(4), 331-337. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Arnold, KM; Umanath, S; Thio, K; Reilly, WB; McDaniel, MA; Marsh, EJ (2017). Understanding the cognitive processes involved in writing to learn.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 23(2), 115-127. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Cantor, AD; Marsh, EJ (2017). Expertise effects in the Moses illusion: detecting contradictions with stored knowledge.. Memory, 25(2), 220-230. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Wang, W-C; Brashier, NM; Wing, EA; Marsh, EJ; Cabeza, R (2016). On Known Unknowns: Fluency and the Neural Mechanisms of Illusory Truth.. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28(5), 739-746. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Arnold, KM; Daniel, DB; Jensen, JL; McDaniel, MA; Marsh, EJ (2016). Structure Building Predicts Grades in College Psychology and Biology. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30(3), 454-459. [doi]
  7. Mullet, HG; Marsh, EJ (2016). Correcting false memories: Errors must be noticed and replaced.. Memory & Cognition, 44(3), 403-412. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Marsh, EJ; Cantor, AD; M Brashier, N (2016). Believing that Humans Swallow Spiders in Their Sleep: False Beliefs as Side Effects of the Processes that Support Accurate Knowledge. Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory, 64, 93-132. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Fazio, LK; Brashier, NM; Payne, BK; Marsh, EJ (2015). Knowledge does not protect against illusory truth.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 144(5), 993-1002. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Deffler, SA; Brown, AS; Marsh, EJ (2015). Judging the familiarity of strangers: does the context matter?. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 22(4), 1041-1047. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Brown, AS; Croft Caderao, K; Fields, LM; Marsh, EJ (2015). Borrowing Personal Memories. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29(3), 471-477. [repository], [doi]
  12. Cantor, AD; Eslick, AN; Marsh, EJ; Bjork, RA; Bjork, EL (2015). Multiple-choice tests stabilize access to marginal knowledge.. Memory & Cognition, 43(2), 193-205. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Fazio, LK; Dolan, PO; Marsh, EJ (2015). Learning misinformation from fictional sources: Understanding the contributions of transportation and item-specific processing. Memory, 23(2), 167-177. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Fazio, LK; Dolan, PO; Marsh, EJ (2015). Learning misinformation from fictional sources: understanding the contributions of transportation and item-specific processing.. Memory, 23(2), 167-177. [doi]  [abs]
  15. Mullet, HG; Butler, AC; Verdin, B; von Borries, R; Marsh, EJ (2014). Delaying feedback promotes transfer of knowledge despite student preferences to receive feedback immediately. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 3(3), 222-229. [doi]  [abs]
  16. Umanath, S; Dolan, PO; Marsh, EJ (2014). Ageing and the Moses illusion: older adults fall for Moses but if asked directly, stick with Noah.. Memory, 22(5), 481-492. [23705952], [doi]  [abs]
  17. Slavinsky, JP; Davenport, KJ; Butler, AC; Marsh, EJ; Baraniuk, RG (2013). Open online platforms advancing DSP education. IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing, 8771-8775. [doi]  [abs]
  18. Fazio, L. K., Dolan, P. O., & Marsh, E. J (in press). Learning misinformation from fictional sources: Understanding the contributions of transportation and item-specific processing. Memory.  [abs]
  19. Dunlosky, J; Rawson, KA; Marsh, EJ; Nathan, MJ; Willingham, DT (2013). Improving students' learning with effective learning techniques: Promising directions from cognitive and educational psychology. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 14(1), 4-58. [doi]  [abs]
  20. Wing, EA; Marsh, EJ; Cabeza, R (2013). Neural correlates of retrieval-based memory enhancement: An fMRI study of the testing effect. Neuropsychologia, 51(12), 2360-2370. [doi]  [abs]
  21. Umanath, S; Marsh, EJ (2012). Aging and the memorial consequences of catching contradictions with prior knowledge.. Psychology and Aging, 27(4), 1033-1038. [22308998], [doi]  [abs]
  22. Butler, AC; Dennis, NA; Marsh, EJ (2012). Inferring facts from fiction: reading correct and incorrect information affects memory for related information.. Memory, 20(5), 487-498. [22640369], [doi]  [abs]
  23. Goswick, AE; Mullet, HG; Marsh, EJ (in press). Suggestibility from stories: Can production difficulties and source monitoring explain a developmental reversal?. Journal of Cognition and Development.  [abs]
  24. Wing, EA; Marsh, EJ; Cabeza, R (2012). Neural correlates of retrieval-based memory enhancement: An fMRI study of the testing effect. Neuropsychologica, 51(12), 2360-2370. [doi]  [abs]
  25. Butler, AC; Godbole, N; Marsh, EJ (2012). Explanation feedback is better than correct answer feedback for promoting transfer of learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105, 290-298.  [abs]
  26. Fazio, LK; Barber, SJ; Rajaram, S; Ornstein, PA; Marsh, EJ (2012). Creating illusions of knowledge: Learning errors that contradict prior knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142, 1-5.  [abs]
  27. Marsh, EJ; Lozito, JP; Umanath, S; Bjork, EL; Bjork, RA (2012). Using verification feedback to correct errors made on a multiple-choice test.. Memory, 20(6), 645-653. [22640417], [doi]  [abs]
  28. Marsh, EJ; Fazio, LK; Goswick, AE (2012). Memorial consequences of testing school-aged children.. Memory, 20(8), 899-906. [22891857], [doi]  [abs]
  29. Marsh, EJ; Butler, AC; Umanath, S (2012). Using Fictional Sources in the Classroom: Applications from Cognitive Psychology. Educational Psychology Review, 24(3), 449-469. [doi]  [abs]
  30. Umanath, S; Butler, AC; Marsh, EJ (2012). Using popular films to enhance classroom learning: Mnemonic effects of monitoring misinformation. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(4), 556-567. [doi]  [abs]
  31. Umanath, S; Butler, AC; Marsh, EJ (2012). Positive and Negative Effects of Monitoring Popular Films for Historical Inaccuracies. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(4), 556-567. [doi]  [abs]
  32. Butler, AC; Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2011). The hypercorrection effect persists over a week, but high-confidence errors return.. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 18(6), 1238-1244. [21989771], [doi]  [abs]
  33. Eslick, AN; Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2011). Ironic effects of drawing attention to story errors.. Memory, 19(2), 184-191. [21294039], [doi]  [abs]
  34. Bottoms, HC; Eslick, AN; Marsh, EJ (2010). Memory and the Moses illusion: failures to detect contradictions with stored knowledge yield negative memorial consequences.. Memory, 18(6), 670-678. [20706955], [doi]  [abs]
  35. Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2010). Correcting false memories.. Psychological Science, 21(6), 801-803. [20483825], [doi]
  36. Fazio, LK; Agarwal, PK; Marsh, EJ; Roediger, HL (2010). Memorial consequences of multiple-choice testing on immediate and delayed tests.. Memory & Cognition, 38(4), 407-418. [20516221], [doi]  [abs]
  37. Fazio, LK; Huelser, BJ; Johnson, A; Marsh, EJ (2010). Receiving right/wrong feedback: consequences for learning.. Memory, 18(3), 335-350. [20408043], [doi]  [abs]
  38. Marsh, EJ; Sink, HE (2010). Access to handouts of presentation slides during lecture: Consequences for learning. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24(5), 691-706. [doi]  [abs]
  39. Marsh, EJ; Agarwal, PK; Roediger, HL (2009). Memorial consequences of answering SAT II questions.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 15(1), 1-11. [19309212], [doi]  [abs]
  40. Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2009). Surprising feedback improves later memory.. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 16(1), 88-92. [19145015], [doi]  [abs]
  41. Brown, AS; Marsh, EJ (2009). Creating illusions of past encounter through brief exposure: Research report. Psychological Science, 20(5), 534-538. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  42. Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2008). Slowing presentation speed increases illusions of knowledge.. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 15(1), 180-185. [18605500]  [abs]
  43. Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2008). Older, not younger, children learn more false facts from stories.. Cognition, 106(2), 1081-1089. [17540354], [doi]  [abs]
  44. Barber, SJ; Rajaram, S; Marsh, EJ (2008). Fact learning: How information accuracy, delay, and repeated testing change retention and retrieval experience. Memory, 16(8), 934-946. [doi]  [abs]
  45. Brown, AS; Marsh, EJ (2008). Evoking false beliefs about autobiographical experience. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 15(1), 186-190. [doi]  [abs]
  46. Fazio, LK; Marsh, EJ (2008). Slowing presentation speed increases illusions of knowledge. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(1), 181-185. [18605500]  [abs]
  47. Marsh, EJ; Dolan, PO (2007). Test-induced priming of false memories.. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 14(3), 479-483. [17874592]  [abs]
  48. Marsh, EJ; Roediger, HL; Bjork, RA; Bjork, EL (2007). The memorial consequences of multiple-choice testing.. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 14(2), 194-199. [17694900]  [abs]
  49. Marsh, EJ (2007). Retelling is not the same as recalling: Implications for memory. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16(1), 16-20. [doi]  [abs]
  50. Marsh, EJ (2006). When does generation enhance memory for location?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32(5), 1216-1220. [16938059], [doi]  [abs]
  51. Marsh, EJ; Fazio, LK (2006). Learning errors from fiction: difficulties in reducing reliance on fictional stories.. Memory & Cognition, 34(5), 1140-1149. [17128612]  [abs]
  52. Butler, AC; Marsh, EJ; Goode, MK; III, HLR (2006). When additional multiple-choice lures aid versus hinder later memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20(7), 941-956. [doi]  [abs]
  53. Marsh, EJ; Balota, DA; Roediger, HL (2005). Learning facts from fiction: effects of healthy aging and early-stage dementia of the Alzheimer type.. Neuropsychology, 19(1), 115-129. [15656769], [doi]  [abs]
  54. III, HLK; Marsh, EJ (2005). The positive and negative consequences of multiple-choice testing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31(5), 1155-1159. [doi]  [abs]
  55. Marsh, EJ; Tversky, B; Hutson, M (2005). How eyewitnesses talk about events: Implications for memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19(5), 531-544. [doi]  [abs]
  56. Marsh, EJ (2004). Story stimuli for creating false beliefs about the world.. Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers : a journal of the Psychonomic Society, Inc, 36(4), 650-655. [15641411]  [abs]
  57. Marsh, EJ; Dolan, PO; Balota, DA; Roediger, HL (2004). Part-set cuing effects in younger and older adults.. Psychology and Aging, 19(1), 134-144. [15065937], [doi]  [abs]
  58. Marsh, EJ; McDermott, KB; Roediger, HL (2004). Does test-induced priming play a role in the creation of false memories?. Memory, 12(1), 44-55. [15098620], [doi]  [abs]
  59. Marsh, EJ; Bower, GH (2004). The role of rehearsal and generation in false memory creation. Memory, 12(6), 748-761. [doi]  [abs]
  60. Luminet, O; Curci, A; Marsh, EJ; Wessel, I; Constantin, T; Gencoz, F; Yogo, M (2004). The cognitive, emotional, and social impacts of the september 11 attacks: Group differences in memory for the reception context and the determinants of flashbulb memory. The Journal of general psychology, 131(3), 197-224.  [abs]
  61. Dudukovic, NM; Marsh, EJ; Tversky, B (2004). Telling a story or telling it straight: The effects of entertaining versus accurate retellings on memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18(2), 125-143. [doi]  [abs]
  62. Marsh, EJ; Tversky, B (2004). Spinning the stories of our lives. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 18(5), 491-503. [doi]  [abs]
  63. Marsh, EJ; Meade, ML; III, HLR (2003). Learning facts from fiction. Journal of Memory and Language, 49(4), 519-536. [doi]  [abs]
  64. Marsh, EJ; Edelman, G; Bower, GH (2001). Demonstrations of a generation effect in context memory. Memory and Cognition, 29(6), 798-805.  [abs]
  65. Tversky, B; Marsh, EJ (2000). Biased Retellings of Events Yield Biased Memories. Cognitive Psychology, 40(1), 1-38. [doi]  [abs]
  66. Marsh, EJ; Bower, GH (1999). Applied Aspects of Source Monitoring. Cognitive Technology, 4, 4-17.


  1. Balota, D.A., & Marsh, E.J (2004). Cognitive Psychology: Essential Readings. Key Readings in Cognition. Psychology Press.  [abs]
  2. Roediger, H.L., III, McDermott, K.B., & Marsh, E.J (in preparation). Human memory: Essential Readings. Key Readings in Cognition. Psychology Press.

Chapters in Books

  1. Marsh, EJ; Mullet, HG "Stories and movies can mislead." False and Distorted Memories. October, 2016: 87-101. [doi]
  2. Marsh, E. J,. & Umanath, S "Learning from fictional sources: An instance of knowledge neglect." Processing Inaccurate Information: Theoretical and Applied Perspectives from Cognitive Science and the Educational Sciences. Ed. D. N. Rapp and J. Braasch MIT Press, in press
  3. Marsh, E. J., & Cantor, A. D "Learning from multiple-choice tests." Proceedings from the Center for Integrative Research on Cognition, Learning, and Education STEM conference. Ed. M. McDaniel and G. Frey in press
  4. Marsh, E. J., & Roediger, H. L., III "Episodic and autobiographical memory." Handbook of Psychology: Volume 4, 2nd edition. Ed. A. F. Healy & R. W. Proctor. John Wiley & Sons, 2013: 472-494.
  5. Marsh, E. J., & Butler, A. C "Memory in educational settings." Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Psychology. Ed. D. Resiberg Oxford University Press, 2013: 299-317.
  6. Marsh, EJ; Fazio, LK "Learning from fictional sources." The Foundations of Remembering: Essays in Honor Of Henry L. Roediger, III. January, 2011: 395-412. [doi]
  7. Brown, AS; Marsh, EJ "DIGGING INTO DEJA VU: RECENT RESEARCH ON POSSIBLE MECHANISMS." The Psychology of Learning and Motivation. Ed. Brian Ross 2010: 33-62. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Roediger, HL; Agarwal, PK; Kang, SHK; Marsh, EJ "Benefits of testing memory: Best practices and boundary conditions." Current Issues in Applied Memory Research. Ed. G. M. Davies and D.B. Wright Psychology Press, 2010: 13-49. [doi]
  9. Marsh, E. J., Eslick, A. N., & Fazio, L. K "False Memories." Cognitive Psychology of Memory. Ed. H. L. Roediger, III Volume 2 of Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference.Elsevier, 2008
  10. Marsh, E. J., & Fazio, L. K "Learning facts from fiction." The foundations of remembering: Essays in honor of Henry L. Roediger. Ed. James Nairne Psychology Press, 2007: 395-411.
  11. Luminet, O., Curci, A., Marsh, E. J., Wessel, I., Constantin, T., Gencoz,F., & Yogo, M "The cognitive, emotional, and social impact of the September 11th Attacks: Group differences in memory for the reception context and its determinants." Constructive Memory. Ed. B. Kokinov & W. Hirst pp. 210-223Sofia, Bulgaria: New Bulgarian University, 2003
  12. Roediger, H.L., III, & Marsh, E.J "Episodic and Autobiographical Memory." Handbook of Psychology: volume 4, Experimental Psychology. Ed. A.F. Healy & R.W. Proctor NY: John Wiley & Sons, 2003: 475-497.
  13. Marsh, E. J "Memory: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities." Encyclopedia of Education. Ed. J. Guthrie 3eNew York: Macmillan, 2003: 1605-1609.
  14. Jacoby,L.L., Marsh, E.J.,& Dolan, P.O "Forms of Bias: Age-Related Differences in Memory." Perspectives on Human Memory and Cognitive Aging: Essays in Honoiur of Fergus Craik. Ed. M. Naveh-Benjamin, M.Moscovitch, & H.L. Roediger, III Philadelphia: Psychology Press, 2002: 240-252.
  15. Roediger, H.L., III, Marsh, E.J, & Lee, S.C "Varieties of Memory." Memory and Cognitive Processes, volume 2 of H. Pashler(ed) Steven's Handbook, of Experimental Psychology. Ed. D. Medin 3eNew York: John Wiley & Sons, 2002

Articles Submitted

  1. Mullet, HG; Umanath, S; Marsh, EJ (revise & resubmit). Recent study, but not retrieval, of knowledge protects against learning errors.. Memory & Cognition, 42(8), 1239-1249. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Mullet, HG; Butler, AC; Verdin, B; von Borries, R; Marsh, EJ (under review). Delaying feedback promotes transfer of knowledge despite student preferences to receive feedback immediately. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 3(3), 222-229. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Umanath, S; Marsh, EJ (accepted contingent upon minor revisions). Understanding How Prior Knowledge Influences Memory in Older Adults.. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9(4), 408-426. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Butler, AC; Marsh, EJ; Slavinsky, JP; Baraniuk, RG (accepted contingent upon minor revisions). Integrating Cognitive Science and Technology Improves Learning in a STEM Classroom. Educational Psychology Review, 26(2), 331-340. [doi]  [abs]

Commentaries/Book Reviews

  1. Marsh, E. J., & Multhaup, K. (2007). [Dual coding theory: It's not just for cognitive psychologists anymore. A review of Mind and Its Evolution]. PsycCritiques.
  2. Marsh, E. J., & Fazio, L. K (2006). [Finding memory in hard-to-reach places. A Review of Why life speeds up as you get older: How memory shapes our past (ISBN 0-532-83424-4) by Douwe Draaisma]. PsyCRITIQUES.

Book Reviews

  1. Marsh, E. J., & Eslick, A. N (2009). [Review of Why students don’t like school by D. Willingham]. Educational Horizons, 87, 206-210.


  1. Roediger, H. L., III, & Marsh, E. J (2009). False memories. Scholarpedia, 4(8), 3858. (Scholarpedia is a peer-reviewed online encyclopedia).

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