2 articles published in JoVE
Using a Classroom-Based Deese Roediger McDermott Paradigm to Assess the Effects of Imagery on False Memories Merrin C. Oliver1, Rebecca B. Bays2, Cameron Miller1 1Department of Human Services and Psychology, Mercer University, 2Department of Psychology, Oglethorpe University The method presented here induced false memories using lists of related words and also assessed the effects of imagery instructions on the recall and recognition of those false memories. This protocol details a modified version of the Deese Roediger McDermott (DRM) paradigm.
Use of the EpiAirway Model for Characterizing Long-term Host-pathogen Interactions Dabin Ren1, Dayle A. Daines1 1Division of Basic Medical Sciences, Mercer University School of Medicine This method allows characterization of extended bacterial co-culture with EpiAirways, primary human respiratory epithelial tissue grown at the air-liquid interface, a biologically relevant in vitro model. The approach can be used with any microbe that is amenable to long-term co-culture.