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    Sara Nicole Gallant

    TitlePostdoctoral Scholar Research Associate
    SchoolSchool of Gerontology
    Address3715 MCCLINTOCK AVE.
    University Park Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089
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      1. Armstrong B, Gallant S, Li L, Patel K, Wong BI. Stereotype Threat Effects on Older Adults' Episodic and Working Memory: A Meta-Analysis. Gerontologist. 2017 Aug 01; 57(suppl_2):S193-S205. PMID: 28854607.
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      2. Judges RA, Gallant S, Yang L, Lee K. The Role of Cognition, Personality, and Trust in Fraud Victimization in Older Adults. Front Psychol. 2017; 8:588. PMID: 28450847.
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      3. Gallant S, Dyson BJ, Yang L. Local context effects during emotional item directed forgetting in younger and older adults. Memory. 2017 Sep; 25(8):1129-1138. PMID: 28029277.
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      4. Gallant S, Dyson BJ. Neural modulation of directed forgetting by valence and arousal: An event-related potential study. Brain Res. 2016 Oct 01; 1648(Pt A):306-16. PMID: 27507422.
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      5. Gallant S. Mindfulness meditation practice and executive functioning: Breaking down the benefit. Conscious Cogn. 2016 Feb; 40:116-30. PMID: 26784917.
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      6. Alvaro C, Wilkinson AJ, Gallant S, Kostovski D, Gardner P. Evaluating Intention and Effect: The Impact of Healthcare Facility Design on Patient and Staff Well-Being. HERD. 2016; 9(2):82-104. PMID: 26446306.
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      7. Gallant S, Yang L. The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging. Directed Forgetting. 2015.
      8. Gallant S, Yang L. Positivity effect in source attributions of arousal-matched emotional and non-emotional words during item-based directed forgetting. Front Psychol. 2014; 5:1334. PMID: 25477850; PMCID: PMC4235427.