Lee H, Samide R, Richter FR, & Kuhl BA
Decomposing parietal memory reactivation to predict consequences of remembering
Chanales AJH, Oza A, Favila SE, & Kuhl BA
Overlap among Spatial Memories Triggers Repulsion of Hippocampal Representations
CURRENT BIOLOGY 27, 1-11
Kuhl BA & Long NM
Sampling memory to make profitable choices
Nature Neuroscience, 20(7)
Dudukovic NM, Kuhl BA
Cognitive Control in Memory Encoding and Retrieval
The Wiley Handbook of Cognitive Control, 355-375
Long NM, Lee H, & Kuhl BA
Hippocampal Mismatch Signals Are Modulated by the Strength of Neural Predictions and Their Similarity to Outcomes.
Lee H, Chun MM, & Kuhl BA
Lower parietal encoding activation is associated with sharper information and better memory
Cerebral Cortex, 2016, 1-14.
Lee H, & Kuhl BA
Reconstructing perceived and retrieved faces from activity patterns in lateral parietal cortex
The Journal of Neuroscience, 36(22), 6069-6082.
Favila SE, Chanales AJH, & Kuhl BA
Experience-dependent hippocampal pattern differentiation prevents interference during subsequent learning.
Richter FR, Chanales AJH, & Kuhl BA
Predicting the integration of overlapping memories by decoding mnemonic processing states during learning.
NeuroImage, 124, 323-335.
Johnson MK, Kuhl BA, Mitchell KJ, Ankudowich E, & Durbin KA
Age-related differences in the neural basis of the subjective vividness of memories: Evidence from multivoxel pattern classification.
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 15, 644-661.
Kuhl BA & Chun MM
Successful remembering elicits event-specific activity patterns in lateral parietal cortex.
Journal of Neuroscience, 34 8051-8060.
Cowen AS, Chun MM, & Kuhl BA
Neural portraits of perception: Reconstructing face images from evoked brain activity.
NeuroImage, 94 12-22.
Kuhl BA, & Chun MM
Memory and Attention.
In A. C. Nobre & S. Kastner (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Attention. pp. 806-836.
Favila SE, & Kuhl BA
Stimulating memory consolidation.
Nature Neuroscience (News and Views), 17, 151-152.
Kuhl BA, Johnson MK, & Chun MM
Dissociable neural mechanisms for goal-directed versus incidental memory reactivation.
Journal of Neuroscience, 33 16099-16109.
Ward EJ, Chun MM, & Kuhl BA
Repetition suppression and multi-voxel pattern similarity differentially track implicit and explicit visual memory.
Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 14749-14757.
Kuhl BA & Chun MM
Attending to the present when remembering the past.
Neuron (Previews), 75, 944–947.
Kuhl BA, Bainbridge WA, & Chun MM
Neural reactivation reveals mechanisms of memory updating.
Journal of Neuroscience, 32:3453–3461.
Kuhl BA, Rissman J, & Wagner AD
Multi-voxel patterns of visual category representation during episodic encoding are predictive of subsequent memory.
Kuhl BA, & Anderson MC
More is not always better: paradoxical effects of repetition on semantic accessibility.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18:964–972.
Kuhl BA, Rissman J, Chun MM, & Wagner AD
Fidelity of neural reactivation reveals competition between memories.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: USA, 108:5903–5908.
Anderson MC, Reinholz J, Kuhl BA, & Mayr U
Intentional suppression of unwanted memories grows more difficult as we age.
Psychology and Aging, 26, 397–405.
Kuhl BA, Shah AT, DuBrow S, & Wagner AD
Resistance to forgetting associated with hippocampus-mediated reactivation during new learning.
Nature Neuroscience, 13:501–506.
Levy BJ, Kuhl BA, & Wagner AD
The functional neuroimaging of forgetting.
In S. Della Sala (Ed.), Forgetting, pp. 135¬–163. Hove and New York: Psychology Press.
Kuhl BA, & Wagner AD
Forgetting and Retrieval.
In G. G. Berntson & J. T. Cacioppo (Eds.). Handbook of Neuroscience for the Behavioral Sciences.
Race EA Kuhl BA, Badre D, & Wagner AD
The dynamic interplay between cognitive control and memory.
In M. S. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences IV, pp. 705–724. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Kuhl BA, & Wagner AD
Strategic control of memory.
In L. Squire et al. (Eds.). The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 9, 437-444.
Kuhl BA, Kahn I, Dudukovic NM, & Wagner AD
Overcoming suppression in order to remember: Contributions from anterior cingulate and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex.
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, 211-221
Kuhl BA, Dudukovic NM, Kahn I, & Wagner AD
Decreased demands on cognitive control reveal the neural processing benefits of forgetting.
Nature Neuroscience, 10:908-914.
Anderson MC, Ochsner K, Kuhl B, Cooper J, Robertson E, Gabrieli SW, Glover GH, & Gabrieli JDE
Neural systems underlying the suppression of unwanted memories.