Hoefeijzers, S., Zeman, A., Della Sala, S. & Dewar, M. (in press). Capturing real-life forgetting in transient epileptic amnesia via an incidental memory test. Cortex. [download here]

Savage, S., Hoefeijzers, S., Milton, F., Streathfield, C., Dewar, M. & Zeman, A. (in press). The evolution of accelerated long-term forgetting: Evidence from the TIME study. Cortex. [download here]

Dewar, M., Neroni, M.A., Zeman, A., Beschin, N., & Della Sala, S. (2017). Visual complexity accentuates picture description deficit in amnesia. Neuropsychology, 31, 689-696. [download here]


Craig, M., Wolbers, T., Hauff, P., Harris, M., Della Sala, S. & Dewar, M. (2016). Comparable rest-related promotion of spatial memory consolidation in younger and older adultsNeurobiology of Aging, 48, 143-152[download here]

Craig, M., Butterworth, K., Nilsson, J., Hamilton, C.J., Gallagher, P., & Smulders, T.V. (2016). How does intentionality of encoding affect memory for episodic information? Learning & Memory, 23, 648-659[download here]

Craig, M., Dewar, M., Harris, M., Della Sala, S. & Wolbers, T. (2016). Wakeful Rest Promotes the Integration of Spatial Memories into Accurate Cognitive MapsHippocampus, 26, 185-193. [download here]

Zeman, A., Dewar, M. & Della Sala, S. (2016). Reflections on aphantasiaCortex, 74, 336-337. [download here]

Zeman, A.Z.J., Hoefeijzers, S., Milton, F., Dewar, M., Carr, M. & Streatfield, C. (2016). The GABAb receptor agonist, baclofen, contributes to three distinct varieties of amnesia in the human brainCortex, 74, 9-19. [download here]


Zeman, A., Dewar, M. & Della Sala, S. (2015). Lives without imagery - congenital aphantasia. Cortex, 73, 378-380. [download here]

Craig, M., Dewar, M., Della Sala. & Wolbers, T. (2015). Rest boosts the long-term retention of spatial associative and temporal order information. Hippocampus, 26(2), 1017-1027. [download here]

Dewar, M.* Hoefeijzers, S.*, Zeman, A., Butler, C. & Della Sala, S. (2015). Impaired picture recognition in transient epileptic amnesia. Epilepsy & Behavior, 42, 107-115. (*joint first authorship). [download here]

Hoefeijzers, S.*, Dewar, M.*, Della Sala, S., Butler, C. & Zeman, A. (2015). Accelerated long-term forgetting can become apparent within 3-8 hours of wakefulness in patients with transient epileptic amnesia. Neuropsychology, 29 (1), 117-125. (*joint first authorship). [download here]

Craig, M., Dewar, M. & Della Sala, S. (2015). Interference. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Wright, J. D. (ed.). 2 ed. Elsevier Inc., Vol. 20, p. 613-620. [download here]


Dewar, M.*, Alber, J.*, Cowan, N. & Della Sala, S. (2014). Boosting long-term recognition memory via wakeful resting: intentional retrieval is not necessary, consolidation is sufficientPLOS ONE, 9(10): e109542. (*joint first authorship) [download here]

Alber, J., Della Sala, S. & Dewar, M. (2014). Minimising interference with early consolidation boosts 7-day retention in amnesic patientsNeuropsychology, 28 (5), 667-675. [download here]

Craig, M., Della Sala, S. & Dewar, M. (2014). Autobiographical thinking interferes with episodic memory consolidationPLOS ONE, 9(4): e93915. [download here]


Hoefeijzers, S., Dewar, M., Della Sala, S., Zeman, A., Butler, C. (2013). Accelerated long-term forgetting in transient epileptic amnesia: an acquisition or consolidation deficit?Neuropsychologia, 51, 1549-1555. [download here]

Zeman, A.Z.J., Beschin, N., Dewar, M., & Della Sala, S. (2013). Imagining the present: Amnesia impairs descriptions of the present as well as of the future and the pastCortex, 49, 637-645. [download here]

Dewar, M. & Della Sala. Interference with memoryIn H. Pashler (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the mind. (Vol. 13, pp. 4481-484). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. [download here]


Dewar, M., Alber, J., Butler, C., Cowan, N., & Della Sala, S. (2012). Brief wakeful resting boosts new memories over the long termPsychological Science, 23, 955-960. [download here]

Dewar, M., Pesallaccia, M., Cowan, N., Provinciali L. & Della Sala, S. (2012). Insights into spared memory capacity in amnestic MCI and Alzheimer's Disease via minimal interferenceBrain and Cognition, 78, 189-199. [download here]


Dewar, M., Brown, G.D.A., & Della Sala, S. (2011). Restoring primacy in amnesic free recall – Evidence for the recency theory of primacyCognitive Neuropsychology, 28, 386-396. [download here]


Dewar, M., Della Sala, S., Beschin, N. & Cowan, N. (2010). Profound retroactive interference in anterograde amnesia: What interferes?Neuropsychology, 24, 357-367. [download here]


Dewar, M., Fernandez-Garcia, Y., Cowan, N. & Della Sala, S. (2009). Delaying interference enhances memory consolidation in amnesic patientsNeuropsychology, 23, 627-634. [download here]


Dewar, M.T., Cowan, N. & Della Sala, S. (2007). Forgetting due to retroactive interference: A fusion of Müller and Pilzecker's (1900) early insights into forgetting and recent research on anterograde amnesiaCortex, 43, 616-634. [download here]

Savage, S., Hoefeijzers, S., Milton, F., Streatfield, C., Dewar, M. & Zeman, A. The evolution of accelerated long-term forgetting: Evidence from the TIME study. Accepted for publication in Cortex.

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