Kelley, A. M., & Lyle, K. B. (in press). Repetitive saccadic eye movements enhance eyewitness recall in specific-open questioning. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement.

Lyle, K. B., & Grillo, M. C. (2020).  Why are consistently-handed individuals more authoritarian?  The role of need for cognitive closure.  Laterality, 25, 490-510.

Lyle, K. B., Bego, C. R., Hopkins, R. F., Hieb, J. L., & Ralston, P. A. S. (2020).  How the amount and spacing of retrieval practice affect the short- and long-term retention of mathematics knowledge.  Educational Psychology Review32, 277-295.

Hopkins, R. F., & Lyle, K. B. (2020).  Image-size disparity reduces difference detection in face matching.  Applied Cognitive Psychology34, 39-49.


Leppanen, M. L., Lyle, K. B., Edlin, F. M., & Schäfke, V. D. (2019).  Is self-report a valid measure of unimanual object-based task performance?  Laterality24, 538-558.

Barone, M. J., Li, X., Winterich, K. P., & Lyle, K. B. (2018).  Social-spatial effects in pricing: When and how vertical orientations shape processing of price comparisonsCustomer Needs and Solutions, 5, 137-145

Lyle, K. B.  (2018).  Effects of handedness consistency and saccade execution on eyewitness memory in cued- and free-recall proceduresMemory, 26, 1169-1180.

Leppanen, M. L., & Lyle, K. B. (2018).  Making remembering more memorableMemory, 26, 960-973.

Grillo, M. C., Pupcenoks, J., & Lyle, K. B. (2018).  Handedness and the neurocognitive foundations of public attitudes about international laws and norms.  Politics and the Life Sciences37, 1-15.

Newton, T. L., Fernandez-Botran, R., Lyle, K. B., Szabo, Y. Z., Miller, J. J., & Warnecke, A. J.  (2017).  Salivary cytokine response in the aftermath of stress: An emotion regulation perspective.  Emotion, 17, 1007-1020.

Lyle, K. B., Dombroski, B. A., Faul, L., Hopkins, R. F., Naaz, F., Switala, A. E., & Depue, B. E. (2017).  Bimanual coordination positively predicts episodic memory: A combined behavioral and MRI investigationBrain and Cognition, 118, 71-79.

Szabo, Y. Z., Newton, T. L., Miller, J. J., Lyle, K. B., & Fernandez-Botran, R. (2016).  Acute stress induces increases in salivary IL-10 levels.  Stress, 19, 499-505. 

Hopkins, R. F., Lyle, K. B., Hieb, J. L., & Ralston, P. A. S.  (2016).  Spaced retrieval practice increases college students’ short- and long-term retention of mathematics knowledgeEducational Psychology Review, 28, 853-873.

Hirst, W., Phelps, E. A., Buckner, R. L., Budson, A. E., Cuc, A., Gabrieli, J. D., Johnson, M. K., Lustig, C., Lyle, K. B., Mather, M., Meksin, R., Mitchell, K. J., Ochsner, K. N., Schacter, D. L., Simons, J. S., & Vaidya, C. J.  A ten-year followup of a study of memory for the attack of September 11, 2001: Flashbulb memories and memories for flashbulb events. (2015).  Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 144, 604-623.

Barone, M. J., Lyle, K. B., & Winterich, K. P. (2015).  When deal depth doesn’t matter: How handedness influences consumer response to horizontal versus vertical price comparisonMarketing Letters, 26, 213-223.

Hieb, J. L., Lyle, K. B., Ralston, P. A. S., & Chariker, J. (2015).  Predicting performance in a first engineering calculus course: Implications for interventions.  International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology46, 40-55

Lyle, K. B., & Edlin, J. M. (2015).  Why does saccade execution increase episodic memory retrieval?  A test of the top-down attentional control hypothesisMemory, 23, 187-202.

Lyle, K. B., & Grillo, M. C. (2014).  Consistent-handers are more authoritarianLaterality, 19, 146-163.

Edlin, J. M., Carris, E. K., & Lyle, K. B. (2013).  Memory for hand use depends on consistency of handednessFrontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00555

Lyle, K. B., Chapman, L. K., & Hatton, J. M.  (2013).  Is handedness related to anxiety?  New answers to an old questionLaterality, 18, 520-535.

Edlin, J. M., & Lyle, K. B. (2013).  The effect of repetitive saccade execution on the attention network test: Enhancing executive function with a flick of the eyesBrain and Cognition, 81, 345-351.

Lyle, K. B., Hanaver-Torrez, S. D., Hackländer, R. P., & Edlin, J. M. (2012).  Consistency of handedness, regardless of direction, predicts baseline memory accuracy and potential for memory enhancementJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 38, 187-193.

Lyle, K. B., & Orsborn, A. E.  (2011).  Inconsistent handedness and saccade execution benefit face memory without affecting interhemispheric interactionMemory, 19, 613-624.

Lyle, K. B., & Crawford, N. A. (2011).  Retrieving essential material at the end of lectures improves performance on statistics examsTeaching of Psychology, 38, 94-97.

Lyle, K. B., & Jacobs, N. E.  (2010).  Is saccade-induced retrieval enhancement a potential means of improving eyewitness evidence?Memory, 18, 581-594.

Lyle, K. B., & Martin, J. M. (2010).  Bilateral saccades increase intrahemispheric processing but not interhemispheric interaction: Implications for saccade-induced retrieval enhancementBrain and Cognition, 73, 128-134.


Butler, A. C., Zaromb, F. M., Lyle, K. B., & Roediger, H. L, III.  (2009).  Using popular films to enhance classroom learning: The good, the bad, and the interestingPsychological Science, 20, 1161-1168.

Hirst, W., Phelps, E. A., Buckner, R. L., Budson, A. E., Cuc, A., Gabrieli, J. D., Johnson, M. K., Lustig, C., Lyle, K. B., Mather, M., Meksin, R., Mitchell, K. J., Ochsner, K. N., Schacter, D. L., Simons, J. S., & Vaidya, C. J. (2009).  Long-term memory for the terrorist attack of September 11: Flashbulb memories, event memories, and the factors that influence their retentionJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 138, 161-176.

McDaniel, M. A., Lyle, K. B., Butler, K. M., & Dornburg, C. C. (2008).  Age-related deficits in reality monitoring of action memoriesPsychology and Aging, 23, 646-656.

Lyle, K. B., McCabe, D. P., & Roediger, H. L., III. (2008).  Handedness is related to memory via hemispheric interaction: Evidence from paired associate recall and source memory testsNeuropsychology, 22, 523-530.

Lyle, K. B., Logan, J. M., & Roediger, H. L., III.  (2008).  Eye movements enhance memory for individuals who are strongly right-handed and harm it for individuals who are notPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15, 515-520.

Lyle, K. B., & Johnson, M. K. (2007).  Source misattributions may increase the accuracy of source judgmentsMemory & Cognition, 35, 1024-1033.

Lyle, K. B., Bloise, S. M., & Johnson, M. K. (2006).  Age-related binding deficits and the content of false memoriesPsychology and Aging, 21, 86-95.

Lyle, K. B., & Johnson, M. K. (2006).  Importing perceived features into false memoriesMemory, 14, 197-213.

Lyle, K. B. & Johnson, M. K. (2004). Effects of verbalization on lineup face recognition in an interpolated inspection paradigm. Applied Cognitive

Psychology, 18, 393-403.

Huber, D. E., Shiffrin, R. M., Lyle, K. B., & Quach, R. (2002). Mechanisms of source confusion and discounting in short-term priming 2: Effects of prime similarity and target durationJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition, 28, 1120-1136.

Huber, D. E., Shiffrin, R. M., Quach, R., & Lyle, K. B. (2002). Mechanisms of source confusion and discounting in short-term priming 1: Effects of prime duration and prime recognitionMemory & Cognition, 30, 745-757.

Craig, J. C., & Lyle, K. B. (2002).  A correction and a comment on Craig and Lyle (2001).  Perception and Psychophysics, 64, 504-506.

Craig, J. C. & Lyle, K. B. (2001).  A comparison of tactile spatial sensitivity on the palm and fingerpadPerception & Psychophysics, 63, 337-347.

Huber, D. E., Shiffrin, R. M., Lyle, K. B., & Ruys, K. I. (2001). Perception and preference in short-term word priming. Psychological Review, 108, 149-182.