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2021

  • Neuronal sequences during theta rely on behavior-dependent spatial maps
    Parra-Barrero, E., Diba, K., & Cheng, S.
    eLife, 10
  • Constructing the Past: the Relevance of the Narrative Self in Modulating Episodic Memory
    Dings, R., & Newen, A.
    Review of Philosophy and Psychology
  • Basal ganglia and cortical control of thalamic rebound spikes
    Nejad, M. M., Rotter, S., & Schmidt, R.
    European Journal of Neuroscience, 54(1), 4295–4313
  • Behavior-dependent spatial maps enable efficient theta phase coding
    Parra-Barrero, E., Diba, K., & Cheng, S.
  • Self-referential false associations: A self-enhanced constructive effect for verbal but not pictorial stimuli
    Wang, J., Otgaar, H., Howe, M. L., & Cheng, S.
    Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 174702182110097
  • Shared Reality: From Sharing-Is-Believing to Merging Minds
    Higgins, E. T., Rossignac-Milon, M., & Echterhoff, G.
    Current Directions in Psychological Science, 30(2), 103–110
  • Experiential Imagination and the Inside/Outside-Distinction
    Liefke, K., & Werning, M.
    In New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence (pp. 96–112) Springer International Publishing
  • How do we perceive cultural affordances?
    Peeters, A.
    Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 113(3), 393–397
  • The pre-reflective roots of the madeleine-memory: a phenomenological perspective
    Righetti, F.
    Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

2020

  • Meaningful affordances
    Dings, R.
    Synthese
  • Shared reality: Motivated connection and motivated cognition
    Echterhoff, G., & Higgins, E. T.
    In P. A. M. van Lange, Higgins, E. T., & Kruglanski, A. W. (Eds.), Review of Philosophy and Psychology (3rdrd ed., pp. 181–201) New York: Guilford
  • Predicting the Past from Minimal Traces: Episodic Memory and its Distinction from Imagination and Preservation
    Werning, M.
    Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 11, 301–333

2019

  • Improving sensory representations using episodic memory
    Görler, R., Wiskott, L., & Cheng, S.
    Hippocampus

2018

  • Evidence for Single-Type Semantics—An Alternative To e/t-Based Dual-Type Semantics
    Liefke, K., & Werning, M.
    Journal of Semantics

2017

  • Taxonomy and unity of memory
    Werning, M., & Cheng, S.
    In S. Bernecker & Michaelian, K. (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory (pp. 7–20) New York, NY: Routledge

2016

  • What is Episodic Memory if it is a Natural Kind?
    Cheng, S., & Werning, M.
    Synthese, 193, 1345–1385
  • Dissociating memory traces and scenario construction in mental time travel
    Cheng, S., Werning, M., & Suddendorf, T.
    Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 60, 82–89

2014

  • Is Episodic Memory a Natural Kind? - A Defense of the Sequence Analysis
    Werning, M., & Cheng, S.
    In P. Bello, Guarini, M., McShane, M., & Scassellati, B. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 964–969) Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society

2013

  • Composition and replay of mnemonic sequences : The contributions of REM and slow-wave sleep to episodic memory
    Cheng, S., & Werning, M.
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36(6), 610–611

invited

  • Constructing a wider view on memory: Beyond the dichotomy of field and observer perspectives
    Peeters, A., Cosentino, E., & Werning, M.
    In I. Vendrell Ferran & Berninger, A. (Eds.), Memory and Imagination Routledge

under review

  • What happened when? Brain and behavioral responses to violated expectations about the structure and content of episodic memories.
    Siestrup, S., Jainta, B., El-Sourani, N., Trempler, I., Wolf, O. T., Cheng, S., & Schubotz, R. I.

to appear

  • Remembering Dreams: Parasitic Reference in Memories of Non-Veridical Experiences
    Werning, M., & Liefke, K.
    In D. Gregory & Michaelian, K. (Eds.), Dreams and Memory Amsterdam: Synthese Library

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