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Johnson, M.K. (1990). Functional forms of human memory. In J.L. McGaugh, N.M. Weinberger, & G. Lynch (Eds.), Brain organization and memory: Cells, systems and circuits (pp. 106-134). New York: Oxford University Press.
Johnson, M.K., & Sherman, S.J. (1990). Constructing and reconstructing the past and the future in the present. In E.T. Higgins & R.M. Sorrentino (Eds.), Handbook of motivation and social cognition: Foundations of social behavior (pp. 482-526). New York: Guilford Press.
Johnson, M.K., Peterson, M.A., Chua Yap, E., & Rose, P.M. (1989). Frequency judgments: The problem of defining a perceptual event. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 15, 126-136.
Johnson, M.K., Foley, M.A., Suengas, A.G., & Raye, C.L. (1988). Phenomenal characteristics of memories for perceived and imagined autobiographical events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 117, 371-376.
Birnbaum, I.M., Taylor, T.H., Johnson, M.K., & Raye, C.L. (1987). Is event frequency encoded automatically? The case of alcohol intoxication. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 13, 251-258.
Lindsay, D.S., & Johnson, M.K. (1987). Reality monitoring and suggestibility: Children’s ability to discriminate among memories from different sources. In S.J. Ceci, M.P., Toglia, & D.F. Ross, (Eds.), Children’s eyewitness memory (pp. 92-121). New York: Springer-Verlag.
Davison, G.C., Robins, C., & Johnson, M.K. (1983). Articulated thoughts during simulated situations: A paradigm for studying cognition in emotion and behavior. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 7, 17-40.
Johnson, M. K. (1983). A multiple-entry, modular memory system. In G.H. Bower (Ed.), The Psychology of Learning and Motivation: Advances in Research and Theory (Vol. 17, pp. 81-123). New York: Academic Press.