book chapters and other publications

Schwartz, B. L., & Metcalfe, J. (1994). Methodological problems and pitfalls in the study of human metacognition. In J. Metcalfe & A. Shimamura (Eds.) Metacognition: Knowing about knowing. pp. 93-114.

Schwartz, B. L. (1996). Amnesia and metamemory demonstrate the importance of both metaphors. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 19, 207.

Schwartz, B. L. (2000). Skirmishes in the memory wars: A review of Williams and Banyard's (Eds.) Trauma and Memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 14, 594 - 595.

Schwartz, B. L. (2002). The phenomenology of naturally-occurring tip-of-the- tongue states: A diary study. In S. P. Shohov (Ed). Advances in Psychology, Volume 8, Nova Science Press: New York.

Schwartz, B. L., & Perfect, T. J. (2002). Toward an applied metacognition. In T. J. Perfect & B. L. Schwartz (Eds.) Applied Metacognition. pp. 1 – 11.

Son, L. K., & Schwartz, B. L. (2002). The relation between metacognitive monitoring and control. In T. J. Perfect & B. L. Schwartz (Eds.) Applied Metacognition. pp. 15 – 38.

Son, L. K., Schwartz, B. L., & Kornell, N. (2003). Implicit metacognition, explicit uncertainty, and the monitoring/control distinction in animal metacognition.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 355- 356.
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Schwartz, B. L. (2005). Do animals have episodic memory? In H. Terrace & J. Metcalfe (Eds). The missing link in cognition: Origins of self-reflective consciousness. pp. 225 – 241.

Schwartz, B. L. (2005). A wonderful ride through the world of agnosia: A review of Martha J. Farah’s Visual Agnosia, 2nd edition. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 963 – 964.

Schwartz, B. L. (2006). Annaherungen an eine vergleichende Psychologie des episodischen Gedachtnisses. [Toward a comparative psychology of episodic memory: Studies with a gorilla.] In H. Welzer & H. Markowitsch (Eds). Warum Menschen sich erinnern konnen. [Interdisciplinary approaches to Autobiographical memory]. pp. 189 – 204.

Schwartz, B. L., & Bacon, E. (2008). Metacognitive Neuroscience. In J. Dunlosky, & R. A. Bjork (Eds). Handbook of Memory and Metamemory: Essays in Honor of Thomas O. Nelson. Psychology Press: New York, New York. pp. 355 – 371.

Schwartz, B. L. (2009). Assessing the tolls on the bridge. A Review of Son and Vandierendonck’s (Eds.) Bridging Cognitive Science and Education: Learning, Memory, and Metacognition. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23, 148 – 150.

Kornell, N., Schwartz, B. L., & Son, L. K. (2009). What monkeys can tell us about metacognition and mindreading. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32, 150 – 151.

Schwartz, B. L. (2011). Monkeys recall previously seen images. Current Biology, 21, R311 – R313.

Schwartz, B. L. (2014). Memory for people: integration of face, voice, name, and biographical information. In T. Perfect and S. Lindsay (Eds). Sage Handbook of Applied Memory. Sage Publications. pp. 3- 19.

Schwartz, B. L., & Brothers, B. R. (2014). Survival processing and paired- associate learning. In B. Schwartz, M. L. Howe, M. P. Toglia, & H. Otgaar (Eds). What is adaptive about adaptive memory? Oxford University Press.

Otgaar, H., Howe, M. L., Schwartz, B. L., & Toglia, M. P. (2014). What is adaptive about adaptive memory? In B. L. Schwartz, M. L. Howe, M. P. Toglia, & H. Otgaar (Eds). What is adaptive about adaptive memory? Oxford University Press.

Schwartz, B. L., & Díaz, F. (2014). Quantifying human metacognition for the neurosciences. In S. M. Fleming & C. D. Frith (Eds). The Cognitive Neuroscience of Metacognition. Elsevier Press. pp. 9 -24.page6image20992 page6image21152 page6image21312 page6image21472

Schwartz, B. L., & Metcalfe, J. (2014). Tip-of-the-tongue (TOT) states: Mechanisms and Metacognitive Control. In B. L. Schwartz & A.S. Brown (Eds). Tip- of-the-tongue states and related phenomena. Cambridge University Press. pp. 15 - 31.

Brown, A. S., & Schwartz, B. L. (2014). Why tip-of-the-tongue states are important. In B. L. Schwartz & A.S. Brown (Eds). Tip-of-the-tongue states and related phenomena. Cambridge University Press. pp. 1 -14.

Schwartz, B. L. (2015).  Metamemory.   In the Yearbook of Science and Technology. pp. 185 – 187.  McGraw-Hill Publications: New York.

Bacon E., Sevdinoglou E., Pillot M., Schwartz B.L. (2015). Processes underlying the introspective ability of patients with schizophrenia towards their memory accuracy. In C. Soldatos, P. Ruiz, D. Dikeos,  D.Bhugra and M. Riba (Eds) : Pluralism in psychiatry:  Multidimensional considerations.  Medimond Publishing Company, Bologna, Italy, pp. 55 – 56.

Schwartz, B. L., & Cleary, A. M. (2016).  Tip-of-the-tongue states, déjà vu and other metacognitive oddities. In  J. Dunlosky &  S. Tauber (Eds).  Oxford Handbook of Metamemory. pp. 95 – 108.

Metcalfe, J., & Schwartz, B. L. (2016). The ghost in the machine:  Self-reflective consciousness and the neuroscience of metacognition. In J. Dunlosky &  S. Tauber (Eds).  Oxford Handbook of Metamemory. pp. 407 – 424.

Schwartz, B. L. (in press). Current issues in tip-of-the-tongue research.  To appear in C. Souchay & C. Moulin (Eds.)  British Psychological Association textbook on Memory.

Schwartz, B. L., & Pournaghdali, A. (in press).  Metacognition and conscious experience.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Efklides, A., Schwartz, B. L., & Brown, V. (in press).  Motivation and affect in Self-regulated Learning: Does metacognition play a role?  To appear in D. Schunk & J. Greene (Eds).  Handbook of Self-Regulation of Learning and Performance, Routledge.

Schwartz, B. L., & Metcalfe (in press). Metamemory: An update of critical findings.  In J. Wixted (Ed.) Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference 2nd edition. Elsevier: UK.

Otani, H., Schwartz, B. L., & Knoll, A. R. (in press).  History of methods in Memory Science:  From Ebbinghaus to fMRI.   In H. Otani & B.L. Schwartz (Eds).  Research methods in Human memory research.  Routledge Press.

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