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 John H Mace

John H Mace

Professor, Chair

Office: 1153 - Physical Science
Phone: 217-581-7467
Email: jhmace@eiu.edu
Website: http://www.eiu.edu/~psych/mace/

Frequently Taught Courses

Human Memory

Cognitive processes

Education

B.S., Ramapo College of New Jersey
M.A., Queens College of the City University of New York
Ph.D., City University of New York

Research

Involuntary Memory, Autobiographical Memory Recall, Involuntary and Voluntary Recall, Autobiographical Memory Organization, Autobiographical Memory

Selected Publications

Mace, J.H., & Clevinger, A.M. (in press). Priming voluntary autobiographical memories: Implications for the organization of autobiographical memory and voluntary recall processes. Memory.
 
Mace, J.H., Clevinger, A.M., & Bernas, R.S. (in press). Involuntary memory chains: What do they tell us about autobiographical memory organization? Memory.
 
Mace, J.H., Atkinson, E., Moeckel, C.H., & Torres, V. (2011). Accuracy and
perspective in involuntary autobiographical memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 20-28.
 
Mace, J.H., Clevinger, A.M., & Martin, C. (2010). Involuntary memory chaining versus event cuing: Which is a better indicator of autobiographical memory organization? Memory, 18, 845-854.
 
Mace, J.H. (Ed.) (2010). The act of remembering: Toward an understanding of how we recall the past. Wiley-Blackwell.
 
Mace, J.H. (2010). Involuntary remembering and voluntary remembering: How different are they? In J.H. Mace (Ed.), The act of remembering: Toward an understanding of how we recall the past. Wiley-Blackwell
 
Mace, J.H. (2010). Understanding autobiographical remembering from a spreading activation perspective. In J.H. Mace (Ed.), The act of remembering: Toward an understanding of how we recall the past. Wiley-Blackwell.
 
Mace, J.H. (2009). Involuntary conscious memory facilitates cued recall
performance: Further evidence that chaining occurs during voluntary recall. American Journal of Psychology, 118, 371-381.
 
Mace, J.H., & Atkinson, E. (2009). Can we determine the functions of everyday involuntary autobiographical memories? In M. Kelly (Ed.), Applied Memory, Nova Science Publishers. 

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