Nadia Brashier
Nadia Brashier
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Knowledge does not protect against illusory truth.
LK Fazio, NM Brashier, BK Payne, EJ Marsh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (5), 993, 2015
1972015
Believing that humans swallow spiders in their sleep: False beliefs as side effects of the processes that support accurate knowledge
EJ Marsh, AD Cantor, NM Brashier
Psychology of learning and motivation 64, 93-132, 2016
302016
On known unknowns: Fluency and the neural mechanisms of illusory truth
WC Wang, NM Brashier, EA Wing, EJ Marsh, R Cabeza
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (5), 739-746, 2016
282016
Memory meets control in hippocampal and striatal binding of stimuli, responses, and attentional control states
J Jiang, NM Brashier, T Egner
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (44), 14885-14895, 2015
192015
Competing cues: Older adults rely on knowledge in the face of fluency.
NM Brashier, S Umanath, R Cabeza, EJ Marsh
Psychology and aging 32 (4), 331, 2017
142017
Judging truth
NM Brashier, EJ Marsh
Annual review of psychology 71, 2020
112020
An initial accuracy focus prevents illusory truth
NM Brashier, ED Eliseev, EJ Marsh
Cognition 194, 104054, 2020
102020
Knowledge supports memory retrieval through familiarity, not recollection
WC Wang, NM Brashier, EA Wing, EJ Marsh, R Cabeza
Neuropsychologia 113, 14-21, 2018
92018
Magical thinking decreases across adulthood.
NM Brashier, KS Multhaup
Psychology and aging 32 (8), 681, 2017
52017
Aging in an Era of Fake News
NM Brashier, DL Schacter
Current Directions in Psychological Science, 0963721420915872, 2020
42020
Neural basis of goal‐driven changes in knowledge activation
WC Wang, NM Brashier, EA Wing, EJ Marsh, R Cabeza
European Journal of Neuroscience 48 (11), 3389-3396, 2018
22018
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