Publications

  • Horton, C.L. & Malinowski. J.E. (2015) Autobiographical memory and hyperassociativity in the dreaming brain: Implications for memory consolidation in sleep. In press: Frontiers in Psychology: Psychopathology. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00874
  • Malinowski, J., & Horton, C.L. (2014) Differences in dreams of waking life from early-night to late-night sleep. Dreaming, 24(4), 253-269
  • Horton, C.L. (2014) Dream recall and confabulation. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 34(2),163-177.
  • Malinowski, J.E., & Horton, C.L. (2014) Memory sources of dreams: The incorporation of autobiographical rather than episodic experiences. Journal of Sleep Research, 23(4), 441-7.
  • Malinowski, J., Fylan, F., & Horton, C.L. (2014). Experiencing ‘continuity’: A qualitative investigation of waking life in dreams. Dreaming, 24(3):161-175
  • Malinowski, J., & Horton, C.L. (2014) Emotion but not stress modulates the incorporation of waking experiences into dreams. Dreaming, 24(1), 18-31.
  • Kahan, T.A,. & Horton, C.L. (2012) Methodological challenges in dream research. In Barratt, D. (Ed). Encyclopaedia of Sleep and Dreaming.
  • Horton, C.L. & Malinowski, J. (2011) Re-defining discontinuity: Implications for the functions of dreaming. International Journal of Dream Research, 4(2), 34-36.
  • Malinowski, J., & Horton, C.L.(2011) Themes of continuity. International Journal of Dream Research, 4(2), 42-48.
  • Horton, C.L. (2011) Rehearsal of Dreams and Waking Events Improves the Quality, But Not the Quantity, of Autobiographical Recall. Dreaming, 21(3), 181-196. doi: 10.1037/a0024860
  • Horton, C.L. (2011) Recall and Recognition of Dreams and Waking Events: A Diary Paradigm. International Journal of Dream Research, 4(1), 8-16.
  • Horton, C.L. (2010) A commentary on Blagrove et al.’s Dream-lag effect: Implications for memory sources. Consciousness and Cognition, 20(2), 392-393.
  • Parke, A.R., & Horton, C.L. (2009) A re-examination of the interference hypothesis of dream recall and salience. International Journal of Dream Research, 2(2), 60-69.
  • Horton, C.L., Moulin, C.J.A., & Conway, M.A. (2009) The self and dreams during a period of transition. Consciousness and Cognition, 18(3), 710-717.
  • Horton, C.L. & Conway, M.A. (2009) The Memory Experiences and Dreams Questionnaire: A Validated Measure of Dream Remembering. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 29(1), 3-29.
  • Horton, C.L. (2008) Applying memory theory to dream recall: Are dreams and waking memories the same? In Kelley, M. R. (Ed). Applied Memory. New York: Nova Science.
  • Horton, C.L., Conway, M.A., and Cohen, G. (2007) Memory for thoughts and dreams. In Memory in the Real World, 2nd edition. Eds. Cohen, G. and Conway, M.A. Psychology Press.
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