Peer reviewed publications 

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*Wynn, J.S., *Liu, Z.X., & Ryan, J.D. (2021). Neural correlates of subsequent memory-related gaze reinstatement. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

* Equal contributions [pdf]

Wynn, J.S., Sheldon, S., & Schacter, D.L. (2021). Schema-related eye movements support episodic simulation. PsyArXiv. [pdf]

Wynn, J.S., Buchsbaum, B.R., & Ryan, J.D. (2021). Encoding and retrieval eye movements mediate age differences in pattern completion. Cognition, 214, 104746. [pdf]

Wynn, J.S., Amer, T., & Schacter, D.L. (2020). How older adults remember the world depends on how they see it. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 24(11), 858-861. [pdf]


Wynn, J.S., Ryan, J.D., & Buchsbaum, B.R. (2020). Eye movements support behavioral pattern completion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(11), 6246-6254. [pdf]


Wynn, J.S., Ryan, J.D., & Moscovitch, M. (2020). Effects of prior knowledge on active vision and memory in younger and older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 149(3), 518-529. [pdf]


Wynn, J.S., Shen, K., Ryan, J.D. (2019). Eye movements actively reinstate spatiotemporal mnemonic content. Vision, 3(2), 21. [pdf]


Wynn, J.S., Olsen, R.K., Binns, M., Buchsbaum, B.R., & Ryan, J.D. (2018). Fixation reinstatement supports visuospatial memory in older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 44(7), 1119-1127.  [pdf]


Dragan, M.C., Leonard, T.K., Lozano, A.M., McAndrews, M.P., Ng, K., Ryan, J.D., Tang-Wei, D.F., Wynn, J.S., & Hoffman, K.L. (2017).  Pupillary responses and memory-guided visual search reveal age-related and Alzheimer’s-related memory decline. Behavioural Brain Research, 322, 351-361. [pdf]

Wynn, J.S., Bone, M., Dragan, M.C., Hoffman, K.L., Buchsbaum, B.R., & Ryan, J.D. (2016). Selective scanpath repetition during memory-guided visual search. Visual Cognition, 24(1), 15-37. [pdf]


Robin, J., Wynn, J.S., & Moscovitch, M. (2016). The spatial scaffold: the effects of spatial context on memory for events. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 42(2), 308-315. [pdf]