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Sara Cadavid (Sara Cadavid Espinha)
Sara Cadavid (Sara Cadavid Espinha)
Universidad del Rosario. Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
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Falso reconocimiento en listas DRM con tres palabras críticas: Asociación directa vs. inversa
S Cadavid, MS Beato, Á Fernandez
Psicológica 33 (1), 39-58, 2012
392012
Eyewitness memory distortion following co-witness discussion: A replication of Garry, French, Kinzett, and Mori (2008) in ten countries
H Ito, K Barzykowski, M Grzesik, S Gülgöz, C Gürdere, SMJ Janssen, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 8 (1), 68-77, 2019
342019
False memory and level of processing effect: an event-related potential study
MS Beato, A Boldini, S Cadavid
Neuroreport 23 (13), 804-808, 2012
342012
Memory distortion and its avoidance: An event-related potentials study on false recognition and correct rejection
S Cadavid, MS Beato
PLoS One 11 (10), e0164024, 2016
282016
Modality-match effect in false recognition: An event-related potential study
A Boldini, MS Beato, S Cadavid
Neuroreport 24 (3), 108-113, 2013
282013
No effect of stress on false recognition
MS Beato, S Cadavid, RF Pulido, MS Pinho
Psicothema, 25-30, 2013
242013
Factors that facilitate and hinder the comprehension of patient information leaflets (pils): a brief scoping review
M Medina-Córdoba, S Cadavid, AM Pérez-Acosta, V Amaya-Giraldo
Frontiers in Pharmacology 12, 740334, 2021
172021
False recognition in DRM lists with low association: A normative study
S Cadavid, MS Beato
Psicológica 38 (1), 133-147, 2017
142017
Exploring the role of context on the existing evidence for reconsolidation of episodic memory
AM Capelo, PB Alburquerque, S Cadavid
Memory 27 (3), 280-294, 2019
132019
Online co‐witness discussions also lead to eyewitness memory distortion: The MORI‐v technique
S Cadavid, K Luna
Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
102021
Normative study of theme identifiability: Instructions with and without explanation of the false memory effect
MS Beato, S Cadavid
Behavior Research Methods 48, 1252-1265, 2016
102016
Feelings of contrast at test reduce false memory in the DRM paradigm
S Cadavid, MS Beato, M Suarez, PB Albuquerque
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 3937, 2021
7*2021
Disentangling the effects of backward/forward associative strength and theme identifiability in false memory [Aislando el papel de la fuerza asociativa directa e inversa y la …
MS Beato Gutiérrez, M Suárez Ortega, S Cadavid Espinha
Psicothema 35 (2), 178-188, 2023
42023
Monitoring and control processes in mock witnesses in under-represented non-WEIRD samples with high or low educational level
K Luna, S Cadavid, I Botía
Memory & Cognition 51 (3), 718-728, 2023
32023
The effect of memory instructions on within-and between-language false memory
MS Beato, PB Albuquerque, S Cadavid, M Suarez
Applied Psycholinguistics 44 (2), 179-203, 2023
32023
The effect of interprofessional education on the work environment of health professionals: a scoping review
M Medina-Córdoba, S Cadavid, AF Espinosa-Aranzales, K Aguía-Rojas, ...
Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-18, 2023
22023
Do pictures influence memory and metamemory in Chinese vocabulary learning? Evidence from Russian and Colombian learners
B Martín-Luengo, Z Hu, S Cadavid, K Luna
Plos one 18 (11), e0286824, 2023
12023
Reconocimiento falso en listas DRM con tres palabras críticas: evidencia conductual y electroneurofisiológica del papel de la asociación inversa
S Cadavid
Universidad de Salamanca, 2015
12015
Experiencia de educación interprofesional en salud: Descripción e implementación en la Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud de la Universidad del Rosario, Colombia
K Aguia-Rojas, PA Bermúdez Hernández, S Cadavid Espinha, ...
Editorial Universidad del Rosario, 2024
2024
Aprendizajes de la experiencia y recomendaciones futuras
K Aguia-Rojas, SL Forero-Nieto, ÁF Espinosa-Aranzales, ...
Experiencia de educación interprofesional en salud: Descripción e …, 2024
2024
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