1. Keresztes, A., Racsm√°ny, M : Interference Resolution in Retrieval-Induced Forgetting: Behavioral Evidence for a Nonmonotonic Relationship Between Interference and Forgetting. Memory and Cognition in press
2. Demeter, Gy., Racsmány, M., Csigó, K., Harsányi, A, Döme, L. & Németh, A. : Intact short term memory and impaired executive functions in obsessive compulsive disorder. Clinical Neuroscience in press
3. Harsányi,A., Csigó, K., Rajkai, Cs., Demeter, G., Németh, A., Racsmány, M. : Two types of inhibition impairments in OCD: obsessions, as a problem of thought suppression; compulsions, as behavioral-executive impairment Psychiatry Research in press
4. Racsm√°ny, M.,Conway, M. A., Keresztes, A., Krajcsi., A. : Inhibition and interference in the think/no-think task Memory and Cognition 40:(2) 168-176. 2012
5. Racsm√°ny, M., Keresztes, A., Pajkossy, P., Demeter, Gy. : Mirroring Intentional Forgetting in a Shared-Goal Learning Situation PLOS ONE 7:(1) Paper e299 2012
6. Racsmány, M., Demeter, Gy., Csigó, K., Harsányi, A., Németh, A. : An Experimental Study of Prospective Memory in Obsessive-compulsive Disorder: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 1 85-91 2011
7. Racsm√°ny, M., Conway, M.A., Demeter, Gy. : Consolidation of Episodic memories during Sleep: Long-term Effects of retrieval practice Psychological Science 21 80-85 2010
8. Szendi, I., Racsmány, M., Cimmer, Cs., Csifcsák, G., Kovács, Z.A., Szekeres, Gy., Galsi, G., Tóth, A., Nagy, A., Garab, E.A., Boda, K., Cséfán, Gy., Kiss, J.G., Dombi, J., Pléh, Cs., Janka, Z. : Two subgroups of schizophrenia identified by systematic cognitive neuropsychiatric mapping European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 257-266 2010
9. Csigó, K., Harsányi, A., Demeter, Gy., Harkai, Cs., Németh, A., Racsmány, M. : Long-Term Follow-up of Patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Treated by Anterior Capsulotomy: A Neuropsychological Study Journal of Affective Disorders 126 . 198-205 2010
10. Csigó, K., Döme, L., Harsányi, A., Demeter, Gy., Racsmány, M. : Deep brain stimulation for treatment refractory obsessive-compulsive disorder - a case report Clinical Neuroscience 3-4 137-142 2010
11. Krajcsi, A., Luk√°cs, √Ā., Ig√°cs, J., Racsm√°ny, M.., Pl√©h, Cs. : Numerical abilities in Williams syndrome: Dissociating the analogue magnitude system and verbal retrieval. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 4 439-446 2009
12. Racsmány, M., Conway, M.A., Garab, E.A., & Nagymáté, G. : Memory awarness following episodic inhibition Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 525-534 2008
13. Racsmány, M., Conway, M.A., Garab, E.A., Cimmer, Cs., Janka, Z., Kurimay, T., Pléh, Cs., and Szendi, I. : Disrupted memory inhibition in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 101 218-224 2008
14. Kov√°cs, G. & Racsm√°ny, M. : Handling L2 input in phonological STM: The effect of non-L1 phonetic segments and non-L1 phonotactics on nonword repetition. Language Learning 2008
15. Luk√°cs, √Ā., Pl√©h, Cs., Racsm√°ny, M : Spatial language in Williams syndrome: evidence for a special interaction? Journal of Child Language 34 311-343 2007
16. Racsm√°ny, M., & Conway, M.A. : Episodic inhibition Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition 1 44-57 2006
17. Szendi, I., Kiss, M., Racsmány, M., Vörös, E., Cimmer,Cs., Kovács, Z.A., Szekeres, Gy. Galsi, G., Boda, K., Pléh, Cs., Csernay, L., Janka, Z.(2006) : Correlations between clinical symptoms, working memory functions and structural brain abnormalities in men with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 147 47-55 2006
18. Szendi, I., Cimmer, C., Csifcsak, G., Szekeres, G., Kovacs, A. Z., Galsi, G., Racsmany, M., Boda, K., Janka, Z. : Subgroups within schizophrenia differentiated by clinical and neurocognitive parameters European Neuropsychopharmacology 16 374-375 2006
19. Luk√°cs, √Ā., Pl√©h , Cs., Racsm√°ny, M. : Language in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome In. Bartke, S., Siegm√ľller, J. (Eds.) Williams syndrome across languages. John Benjamins, Amszterdam. 188-220 2004
20. Pl√©h, Cs., Luk√°cs √Ā., Racsm√°ny, M. : Morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome and the rule debates Brain and Language 86 377-383 2003
21. Pl√©h, Cs., Luk√°cs, √Ā., Racsm√°ny M. : Residual Normality and the issue of language profiles in Williams syndrome Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 766-767 2002
22. Racsm√°ny, M., Luk√°cs, √Ā., Pl√©h, Cs., Kir√°ly, I. : Some cognitive tools for word learning: the role of working memory and goal preference Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6 1115-1117 2001
23. Luk√°cs, √Ā., Racsm√°ny, M., Pl√©h, Cs. : Vocabulary and morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome: A preliminary report. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 48 243-269 2001
24. Király, I., Pléh, Cs., Racsmány, M. : The language of space in Hungarian Cognition in language use 1 181-192 2001
25. Conway, M.A., Harries, K., Noyes, J., Racsm√°ny, M., Frankish, C.R. : The disruption and dissolution of directed forgetting: Inhibitory control of memory Memory and Language 43 409-430 2000