Jaclyn Hennessey Ford
Jaclyn Hennessey Ford
Research Assistant Professor, Boston College
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Remembering what could have happened: Neural correlates of episodic counterfactual thinking
F De Brigard, DR Addis, JH Ford, DL Schacter, KS Giovanello
Neuropsychologia 51 (12), 2401-2414, 2013
Oversimplification in the study of emotional memory
KA Bennion, JH Ford, BD Murray, EA Kensinger
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 19 (9), 953-961, 2013
Differential neural activity during search of specific and general autobiographical memories elicited by musical cues
JH Ford, DR Addis, KS Giovanello
Neuropsychologia 49 (9), 2514-2526, 2011
Episodic memory in former professional football players with a history of concussion: an event-related functional neuroimaging study
JH Ford, KS Giovanello, KM Guskiewicz
Journal of neurotrauma 30 (20), 1683-1701, 2013
Neural correlates of familiarity-based associative retrieval
JH Ford, M Verfaellie, KS Giovanello
Neuropsychologia 48 (10), 3019-3025, 2010
Differential effects of arousal in positive and negative autobiographical memories
JH Ford, DR Addis, KS Giovanello
Memory 20 (7), 771-778, 2012
The relation between structural and functional connectivity depends on age and on task goals
JH Ford, EA Kensinger
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 307, 2014
Effects of task instruction on autobiographical memory specificity in young and older adults
JH Ford, DC Rubin, KS Giovanello
Memory 22 (6), 722-736, 2014
Retrieval of emotional events from memory
EA Kensinger, JH Ford
Annual review of psychology 71, 251-272, 2020
Effects of emotion and emotional valence on the neural correlates of episodic memory search and elaboration
JH Ford, JA Morris, EA Kensinger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (4), 825-839, 2014
Subliminal priming of autobiographical memories
CT Ball, J Hennessey
Memory 17 (3), 311-322, 2009
The effects of song familiarity and age on phenomenological characteristics and neural recruitment during autobiographical memory retrieval.
JH Ford, DC Rubin, KS Giovanello
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 26 (3), 199, 2016
Age influences the relation between subjective valence ratings and emotional word use during autobiographical memory retrieval
JH Ford, MA DiGirolamo, EA Kensinger
Memory 24 (8), 1023-1032, 2016
Effects of internal and external vividness on hippocampal connectivity during memory retrieval
JH Ford, EA Kensinger
Neurobiology of learning and memory 134, 78-90, 2016
Neural recruitment and connectivity during emotional memory retrieval across the adult life span
JH Ford, JA Morris, EA Kensinger
Neurobiology of aging 35 (12), 2770-2784, 2014
It gets better with time: Enhancement of age-related positivity effect in the six months following a highly negative public event.
JH Ford, HD DiBiase, E Ryu, EA Kensinger
Psychology and aging 33 (3), 419, 2018
Finding the good in the bad: Age and event experience relate to the focus on positive aspects of a negative event
JH Ford, HD DiBiase, EA Kensinger
Cognition and Emotion 32 (2), 414-421, 2018
Older adults use a prefrontal regulatory mechanism to reduce negative memory vividness of a highly emotional real-world event
JH Ford, EA Kensinger
Neuroreport 29 (13), 1129, 2018
Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging changes during relational retrieval in normal aging and amnestic mild cognitive impairment
KS Giovanello, F De Brigard, JH Ford, DI Kaufer, JR Burke, JN Browndyke, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 18 (5), 886-897, 2012
Frontostriatal functional connectivity supports reward-enhanced memory in older adults
HJ Bowen, JH Ford, CL Grady, J Spaniol
Neurobiology of aging 90, 1-12, 2020
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