Gregory W. Stewart
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Emotional intensity in episodic autobiographical memory and counterfactual thinking
ML Stanley, N Parikh, GW Stewart, F De Brigard
Consciousness and Cognition 48, 283-291, 2017
Characterizing the subjective experience of episodic past, future, and counterfactual thinking in healthy younger and older adults
F De Brigard, KS Giovanello, GW Stewart, AW Lockrow, MM O'Brien, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (12), 2358-2375, 2016
Responsibility for forgetting
S Murray, ED Murray, G Stewart, W Sinnott-Armstrong, F De Brigard
Philosophical Studies 176 (5), 1177-1201, 2019
What if? Neural activity underlying semantic and episodic counterfactual thinking
N Parikh, L Ruzic, GW Stewart, RN Spreng, F De Brigard
NeuroImage 178, 332-345, 2018
Counterfactual plausibility and comparative similarity
ML Stanley, GW Stewart, FD Brigard
Cognitive Science 41, 1216-1228, 2017
Neural activity associated with repetitive simulation of episodic counterfactual thoughts
F De Brigard, N Parikh, GW Stewart, KK Szpunar, DL Schacter
Neuropsychologia 106, 123-132, 2017
Proximal threats promote enhanced acquisition and persistence of reactive fear-learning circuits
L Faul, D Stjepanović, JM Stivers, GW Stewart, JL Graner, RA Morey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (28), 16678-16689, 2020
Psychosocial determinants of anxiety about the COVID-19 pandemic
RN Wright, L Faul, JL Graner, GW Stewart, KS LaBar
Journal of health psychology, 13591053211030981, 2021
Remembering possible times: Memory for details of past, future, and counterfactual simulations.
F De Brigard, B Gessell, BW Yang, G Stewart, EJ Marsh
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice 7 (4), 331, 2020
Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice
F De Brigard, B Gessell, BW Yang, G Stewart, EJ Marsh
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