Vrijsen, J. N., Dainer-Best, J., Witcraft, S. M., Hertel, P. T., Beevers, C. G., Becker, E. S., & Smits, J. A. J. (2019). Effect of cognitive bias modification-memory on depressive symptoms and autobiographical memory: Two independent studies in high-ruminating and dysphoric samples. Cognition and Emotion, 33, 288-304.
Daches, S., Mor, N., & Hertel, P. (2019). Training to inhibit the negative affects subsequent rumination and memory. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 43, 1018-1027.
Hertel, P., Maydon, A., Cottle, J., & Vrijsen, J. (2017). Cognitive bias modification: Retrieval practice to simulate and oppose ruminative memory biases. Clinical Psychological Science, 5, 122-130.DOI: 10.1177/2167702616649366
Sacchet, M, Levy, B., Hamilton, J., Maksimovskiy, A., Hertel, P, …Gotlib, I. H. (2017). Cognitive and neural consequences of memory suppression in Major Depressive Disorder. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 17, 77-93.
Vrijsen, J. N., Hertel, P. T., & Becker, E. S. (2016). Practicing emotionally biased retrieval affects mood and establishes biased recall a week later. Cognitive Therapy and Research, DOI: 10.1007/s10608-016-9789-6
Grol, M., Hertel, P. T., Koster, E. H. W., & De Raedt, R. (2015). The effects of rumination induction on attentional breadth for self-related information. Clinical Psychological Science, 3, 607-618. DOI: 10.1177/2167702614566814
Daches, S., Mor, N, & Hertel, P. (2015). Rumination: Cognitive consequences of training to inhibit the negative. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, doi: 10.1016/j.jbtep.2015.01.010.
LeMoult, J., Hertel, P. T., & Joormann, J. (2010). Training the forgetting of negative material: The role of active suppression and the relation to stress reactivity. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24, 365-375.
Hertel, P. T. (2007). Impairments in inhibition or cognitive control in psychological disorders. Applied and Preventive Psychology, 12, 149-153.
Joormann, J., Hertel, P. T., Brosovich, F., & Gotlib, I. (2005). Remembering the good, forgetting the bad: Intentional forgetting of emotional material in depression. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, 640-648.
Rude, S. S., Hertel, P. T., Jarrold, W., Covich, J., & Hedlund, S. (1999). Remembering to remember: A difficulty for depressed individuals? Cognition and Emotion, 13, 267-276.
Hertel, P. T. (1998). Relation between rumination and impaired memory in dysphoric moods.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 107, 166-172.
Hertel, P. T. (1997). On the contribution of deficient cognitive control to memory impairment in depression. Cognition and Emotion, 11, 569-583.
Hertel, P. T., & Knoedler, A. J. (1996). Solving problems by analogy:The benefits and detriments of hints and depressed moods. Memory & Cognition, 24, 16-25.
Hertel, P. T.(1994). Depression and memory:Are impairments remediable by attentional control? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 3, 190-193.
Anooshian, L. J., & Hertel, P. T. (1994). Emotionality in free recall:A case of language specificity in bilingual memory. Cognition and Emotion, 8, 503-514.
Hertel, P. T., & Milan, S. (1994). Depressive deficits in recognition: Dissociation of recollection and familiarity. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 103, 736-742.
Hertel, P. T. (1994). Depressive deficits in word identification and recall. Cognition and Emotion, 8, 313-327.
Hertel, P. T. (1994). Depressive deficits in memory:Implications of research and theory for memory improvement following traumatic brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation, 4, 143-150.
Miller, W. R., Hertel, P., Saucedo, C., & Hester, R. K.(1994). Effects of alcohol and expectancy upon episodic memory in individuals reporting alcoholic blackouts. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 2, 161-166.
Hertel, P. T. (1993). Implications of external memory for investigations of mind. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 7, 665-674.
Hertel, P. T., & Rude, S. R. (1991b). Recalling in a state of natural or experimental depression.Cognitive Therapy and Research, 15, 103-127.
Hertel, P. T., & Rude, S. S. (1991a). Depressive deficits in memory:Focusing attention improves subsequent recall.Journal of Experimental Psychology:General, 120, 301-309.
Hertel, P. T., & Hardin, T. S. (1990). Remembering with and without awareness in a depressed mood:Evidence of deficits in initiative. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 119, 45-59.
Hertel, P. T. (1989). The generation effect:A reflection of cognitive effort? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 27, 541-544.
Anooshian, L. J., Mammarella, S. L., & Hertel, P. T. (1989). Adult age differences in knowledge of retrieval cues. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 29, 39-52.
Hertel, P. T., & Narvaez, A. (1986). Confusing memories for verbal and nonverbal communication. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition, 50, 474-481.
Hertel, P. T., Anooshian, L. J., & Ashbrook, P. W. (1986). The accuracy of beliefs about retrieval cues. Memory & Cognition, 14, 265-269.
Anooshian, L. J., Ashbrook, P., & Hertel, P. T. (1985).Self-esteem and beliefs about memory in environmentally stable and relocated students. Journal of Research in Personality, 19, 457-471.
Hertel, P. T. (1985). Isolation and adaptation in passage memory. Discourse Processes, 8, 75-90.
Boggiano, A. K., & Hertel, P. T. (1983). Bonuses and bribes:Mood effects in memory. Social Cognition, 2, 49-61.
Hertel, P. T. (1982). Remembering reactions and facts: The influence of subsequent information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 8, 513-529.
Hertel, P. T., Cosden, M., & Johnson, P. J. (1980). Passage recall: Schema change and cognitive flexibility. Journal of Educational Psychology, 72, 133-140.
Tyler, S. W., Hertel, P. T., McCallum, M. C., & Ellis, H. C. (1979). Cognitive effort and memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Learning and Memory, 5, 607-617.
Hertel, P. T., & Ellis, H. C. (1979). Constructive memory for bizarre and sensible sentences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 5, 386-394.
Hertel, P. T. (2020). Editors cause academic forgetting: A reply to the Commentary by Berntsen and Rubin (2020). Journal of Applied Research on Memory and Cognition, 9, 58-59.
Hertel, P. (2014). Cognition in emotional disorders: An abundance of habit and a dearth of control. In S. Lindsay, C. Kelley, A. Yonelinas, & H. Roediger (Eds.) Remembering: Attributions, Processes, and Control in Human Memory: Essays in Honour of Larry L. Jacoby (pp. 322-335), New York, Springer.
Hertel, P. T. (2009). Memory processes. In R. E. Ingram (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of depression (pp. 383-387). New York: Wiley.
Hertel, P. T. (2009). Dysphoria. In D. Sander & K. R. Scherer (Eds.), The Oxford companion to emotion and the affective sciences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hertel, P. T. (2004). Memory for emotional and nonemotional events in depression: A question of habit? In D. Reisberg & P. Hertel (Eds.), Memory and emotion (pp. 186-216). New York: Oxford University Press.
Hertel, P. T. (2004). Habits of thought produce memory biases in anxiety and depression. In J. Yiend (Ed.), Cognition, emotion, and psychopathology (pp. 109-129).Cambridge, UK:Cambridge University Press.
Hertel, P. T. (2000). The cognitive-initiative account of depression-related impairments in memory.In D. Medin (Ed.), The psychology of learning and motivation (vol. 39, pp. 47-71). New York: Academic Press.
Hertel, P. T., & Meiser, T. (2000).Capacity and procedural accounts of impaired memory in depression. In U. von Hecker, S. Dutke, & G. Sedek (Eds.),Generative mental processes and cognitive resources:Integrative research on adaptation and control (pp. 283-308).Dordrecht, The Netherlands:Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Hertel, P. T., (2000).Approche cognitive de la dépression:Pensées intrusives et contrôle de la pensée (G. Geschi, A. C., Juillerat, & M. Van der Linden, Trans.).Dans M. Van der Linden, J.-M. Danion, & A. Agniel (Eds.), La psychopathologie:Une approche cognitive et neuropsychologique (pp. 161-172). Marseille: Solal.
Parrott, W. G., & Hertel, P. T. (1999). Research methods in cognition and emotion. In T. Dalgleish & M. Power (Eds.), The handbook of cognition and emotion (pp. 61-81).Chichester:Wiley.
Hertel, P. T. (1996).Practical aspects of emotion and memory. In D. Herrmann, C. McEvoy,C. Herzog, P. T. Hertel, & M. K. Johnson (Eds.), Basic and applied memory research: Theory in context (pp. 317-336).Mahwah, NJ:Erlbaum.
Ellis, H. C., & Hertel, P. T. (1993). Cognition, emotion, and memory:Some applications and issues. In C. Izawa (Ed.), Cognitive psychology applied (pp. 199-215), New York:Erlbaum.
Hertel, P. T. (1992).Improving mood and memory through automatic and controlled procedures of mind. In D. Herrmann, H. Weingartner, A. Searleman, & C. McEvoy (Eds.), Memory improvement:Implications for memory theory (pp. 47-65).New York:Springer-Verlag.
Hertel, P. T. (1988).Monitoring external memory.In M. Gruneberg, P. Morris, & R. Sykes (Eds.), Practical aspects of memory: Current research and issues. London:Wiley.
Wegner, D. M., Guiliano, T. & Hertel, P. T. (1985).Cognitive interdependence in close relationships.In W. J. Ickes (Ed.), Compatible and incompatible relationships (pp. 253-276), New York:Springer-Verlag.
Hertel, P. (2020). Everyday challenges to the practice of desirable difficulties: Introduction to the Forum. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 9, 425-427.
[Editor in Chief, Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2016 - 2020]
De Raedt, R., Hertel, P., & Watkins, P. (2015). Mechanisms of repetitive thinking [Special Section]. Clinical Psychological Science, 3(4).
Hertel, P. T. (Ed.) (2010). Current directions at the juncture of clinical and cognitive science. [Special issue]. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24 (3).
Hertel, P. T. (Ed.) (2006). Interpretive biases and ruminative thought: Experimental evidence and clinical implications [Special issue]. Behavior Therapy, 37(3).
Reisberg, D., & Hertel, P. (2004). Memory and emotion. New York: Oxford University Press.
Hertel, P. T. (Ed.). (2002). Cognitive biases in anxiety and depression [Special issue]. Cognition and Emotion, 16 (3).
Herrmann, D., McEvoy, C., Herzog, C., & Hertel, P., & Johnson, M. (1996). Basic and applied memory research:Theory in context. Mahwah, NJ:Erlbaum.
Herrmann, D., McEvoy, C., Herzog, C., & Hertel, P., & Johnson, M. (1996). Basic and applied memory research: Practical applications. Mahwah, NJ:Erlbaum.
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Current and Recent Members
Emily Crusius (2021)
Emily Crusius is a Psychology major who plans to study Clinical Psychology as a graduate. In her free time, she enjoys making art and hiking.
Julia Plante (2022)
Julia is majoring in Psychology and minoring in Chinese. Her passions include drawing, understanding languages and human thought, and weightlifting.
Will Price (2021)
Will is a Psychology major with a minor in Economics. He's interested in the science of behavior, the brain, the mind, and the advancement of mental health treatments. Will plans to continue his education as a Clinical Psychology graduate. If he's not in lab he's most likely listening to comfort music, skateboarding, or watching college football.
Pallavi Shamapant (2020)
Pallavi was a neuroscience major and is on her way to becoming a Physician's Assistant.
2019-1983 Former Lab Members
|Jessica Hernandez, Paola Herrera, Pallavi Shampant, Rebecca Sanchez||2019|
|Ashley Ogilvie, Samantha Wilkinson||2017|
|Julia Cottle, Kristy Hamilton Ph.D., Amaris Maydon, and Sara Touchstone||2016|
|Nupur Agrawal, Jeffrey Hayes, MD, and Amani Piers||2014|
|Alex Barrionuevo, Jackie Bowes, Jonathan Gallegos, Ph.D., and Olivia Hunt||2013|
|Chiara Ferrari, Molly Holmes, MS, Thuy Anh Ngo, Ph.D., and Rachel Olson||2012|
|Amanda Benbow, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Stephens, Ph.D.||2011|
|Amy Braid, MLIS, Ellen Dahl, Dpt, Megan Hughes, MD, Allison Levy||2010|
|Sara Champlin, Ph.D., Daniel Large, Ph.D., and Elaina Vasquez||2009|
|Ahra Cho, Leda McDaniel, DPT, and Casey Strickland, Ph.D.||2008|
|Eric Robinson, Ph.D.||2007|
|Rebecca Grider, MS, Amy Mahan, Ph.D., and Emily Stanley, Ph.D.||2006|
|Lyla El-Messidi, Ph.D., Allison Jessee, Ph.D., and Cari Zimmerman, Ph.D.||2005|
|Brett Munjas, MS, and K-Lee Patterson, Ph.D.||2004|
|Faith Brozovich, Ph.D., and Gina Calcaterra, MA||2003|
|Melissa Gerstle, Ph.D.||2002|
|Kathy Kintner, Demitra & Samanthe Peterson, and Frank Tamborello, Ph.D.||2001|
|Ajay Satpute, Ph.D., Johanna Bick, Ph.D., and Suzanne Bick||2000|
|Stephanie Lee, MA||1999|
|Colleen Parks, Ph.D.||1998|
|Doug Brown and Buck Holden (Bug and Duck)||1997|
|Annemarie Southwell and Cindy Wang||1996|
|Pete Gautier, Sean Hurley, Ph.D., and Amy Wiseman, Ph.D.||1994|
|Carrie Dodrill, Ph.D., Alicia Knoedler, Ph.D., and Stephanie Milan, PhD||1992|
|Patti Boulanger and Meg Johnson||1991|
|Brian Burrell, MA||1990|
|Jim Debner, Ph.D.||1989|
|Tammy Hardin and Elaine Reese, Ph.D.||1987|
|Alice Narvaez, Ph.D., and Barbara Spezia||1983|
Fall 2019 Lab Members
Left to Right: Nabeel Gaber, Will Price, Ruth Varner, Emily Crucius, Jessica Hernandez
Spring 2019 Lab Members
Front: Mariale Torres (2020), Pallavi Shamapant (2019)
Back: Eliza Poppe (2020), Julia Reyes (2020), Becky Sanchez (2019), Jessica Hernandez (2019)
2016 Lab Members
Left to Right: Julia Cottle, Kristy Hamilton PhD, Amaris Maydon, and Sara Touchstone