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    Peter Wais, PhD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentNeurology
    Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
    San Francisco CA 94143
    Phone415-502-7322

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      1. Wais PE, Gazzaley A. Distractibility during retrieval of long-term memory: domain-general interference, neural networks and increased susceptibility in normal aging. Front Psychol. 2014; 5:280.
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      2. Wais PE. The limited usefulness of models based on recollection and familiarity. J Neurophysiol. 2013 Apr; 109(7):1687-9.
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      3. Wais PE, Gazzaley A. The impact of auditory distraction on retrieval of visual memories. Psychon Bull Rev. 2011 Dec; 18(6):1090-7.
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      4. Wais PE, Martin GM, Gazzaley A. The impact of visual distraction on episodic retrieval in older adults. Brain Res. 2012 Jan 9; 1430:78-85.
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      5. Wais PE, Kim OY, Gazzaley A. Distractibility during episodic retrieval is exacerbated by perturbation of left ventrolateral prefrontal cortex. Cereb Cortex. 2012 Mar; 22(3):717-24.
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      6. Mickes L, Hwe V, Wais PE, Wixted JT. Strong memories are hard to scale. J Exp Psychol Gen. 2011 May; 140(2):239-57.
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      7. Wais PE. Hippocampal signals for strong memory when associative memory is available and when it is not. Hippocampus. 2011 Jan; 21(1):9-21.
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      8. Wais PE, Rubens MT, Boccanfuso J, Gazzaley A. Neural mechanisms underlying the impact of visual distraction on retrieval of long-term memory. J Neurosci. 2010 Jun 23; 30(25):8541-50.
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      9. Wais PE, Squire LR, Wixted JT. In search of recollection and familiarity signals in the hippocampus. J Cogn Neurosci. 2010 Jan; 22(1):109-23.
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      10. Mickes L, Wais PE, Wixted JT. Recollection is a continuous process: implications for dual-process theories of recognition memory. Psychol Sci. 2009 Apr; 20(4):509-15.
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      11. Wais PE. FMRI signals associated with memory strength in the medial temporal lobes: a meta-analysis. Neuropsychologia. 2008 Dec; 46(14):3185-96.
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      12. Wais PE, Mickes L, Wixted JT. Remember/know judgments probe degrees of recollection. J Cogn Neurosci. 2008 Mar; 20(3):400-5.
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      13. Mickes L, Wixted JT, Wais PE. A direct test of the unequal-variance signal detection model of recognition memory. Psychon Bull Rev. 2007 Oct; 14(5):858-65.
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      14. Wais PE, Wixted JT, Hopkins RO, Squire LR. The hippocampus supports both the recollection and the familiarity components of recognition memory. Neuron. 2006 Feb 2; 49(3):459-66.
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      15. Anderson AK, Wais PE, Gabrieli JD. Emotion enhances remembrance of neutral events past. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006 Jan 31; 103(5):1599-604.
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      16. Mather M, Canli T, English T, Whitfield S, Wais P, Ochsner K, Gabrieli JD, Carstensen LL. Amygdala responses to emotionally valenced stimuli in older and younger adults. Psychol Sci. 2004 Apr; 15(4):259-63.
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