Relevant Publications & Grants

Conference Presentations on Suggestibility

Kiat, J.E., Belli, R.F. (2014, November). Event Representation in the Misinformation Paradigm. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Long Beach, CA.

Kiat, J.E., Belli, R.F. (2013, November). Event-Related Potential Correlates of Individual Differences in Source Monitoring. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Kiat, J.E., Belli, R.F. (2013, June). Disentangling the CEQ-DRM Relationship: The Moderating Role of Source Monitoring Ability. Poster presented at SARMAC X, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Publications on

Kiat, J.E., Long, D., Belli, R.F. (in press). Attentional Responses on the Auditory Oddball predict False Memory Susceptibility. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience. doi: 10.3758/s13415-018-0618-0

Kiat, J.E., Belli, R.F. (2017). An Exploratory High-Density EEG Investigation of the Misinformation Effect: Attentional and Recollective Differences between True and False Perceptual Memories. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory. 141, 199-208. doi: 10.1016/j.nlm.2017.04.007

Belli, R. F.  (2012).  True and false recovered memories: Toward a reconciliation of the debate.  Vol. 58:  Nebraska Symposium on Motivation.  New York:  Springer.

Belli, R. F., (2012).  Epilogue:  Continuing points of contention in the recovered memory debate.  In R. F. Belli (Ed.), True and false recovered memories:  Toward a reconciliation of the debate.  Vol. 58:  Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (pp. 243-255).  New York:  Springer.

Belli, R. F., (2012).  Introduction:  In the aftermath of the so-called memory wars.  In R. F. Belli (Ed.), True and false recovered memories:  Toward a reconciliation of the debate.  Vol. 58:  Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (pp. 1-13).  New York:  Springer.

Zaragoza, M. S., Belli, R. F., & Payment, K. E.  (2007).  Misinformation effects and the suggestibility of eyewitness memory.  In M. Garry & H. Hayne, (Eds)., Do justice and let the sky fall: Elizabeth F. Loftus and her contributions to science, law, and academic freedom (pp. 35-63). Mahwah, NJ Erlbaum.

Nemeth, R. J., & Belli, R. F.  (2006).  The influence of schematic knowledge on contradictory versus additive misinformation: False memory for typical and atypical items.  Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20, 563-573.

Belli, R. F., Winkielman, P., Read, J. D., Schwarz, N, & Lynn, S. J.  (1998).  Recalling more childhood events leads to judgments of poorer memory:  Implications for the recovered/false memory debate.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 5, 318-323.

Winkielman, P., Schwarz, N., & Belli, R. F.  (1998).  The role of ease of retrieval and attribution in memory judgments:  Judging your memory as worse despite recalling more events.  Psychological Science, 9, 124-126.

Belli, R. F., & Loftus, E. F.  (1996).  The pliability of autobiographical memory:  Misinformation and the false memory problem.  In D. C. Rubin (Ed.), Remembering our past:  Studies in autobiographical memory (pp. 157-179).  New York:  Cambridge University Press.

Belli, R. F., & Loftus, E. F.  (1994).  Recovered memories of childhood abuse:  A source monitoring perspective.  In S. J. Lynn & J. Rhue (Eds.), Dissociation:  Theory, clinical, and research perspectives (pp. 415-433).  New York:  Guilford Press.

Belli, R. F., Lindsay, D. S., Gales, M. S., & McCarthy, T. T. (1994).   Memory impairment and source misattribution in postevent misinformation experiments with short retention intervals.  Memory & Cognition, 22, 40-54.

Belli, R. F.  (1993).  Failure of interpolated tests in inducing memory impairment with final modified tests:  Evidence unfavorable to the blocking hypothesis.  American Journal of Psychology, 106, 407-427

Belli, R. F., Windschitl, P. D., McCarthy, T. T., & Winfrey, S. E.  (1992).  Detecting memory impairment with a modified test procedure:  Manipulating retention interval with centrally presented event items.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 18, 356-367.

Belli, R. F.  (1989).  Influences of misleading postevent information: Misinformation interference and acceptance.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  General, 118, 72 85.

Belli, R. F.  (1988).  Color blend retrievals: Compromise  memories or deliberate compromise responses?  Memory & Cognition, 16, 314 326.

Kiat J.E. & Belli R.F. Visual/Verbal Source Monitoring & the Misinformation Effect: A High Density EEG Study. University of Nebraska CB3 Seed Grant, $6,930, 2/15-6/15.

Belli, R. F. (Principal Investigator).  Individual Differences in Susceptibility to False Memories.  University of Nebraska Research Council Faculty Seed Grant, $10,000, 1/11-6/12.