Lab Meetings

Winter 2020

March 3, 2020: van Moorselaar, D., & Slagter, H. A. (2019). Learning what is irrelevant or relevant: Expectations facilitate distractor inhibition and target facilitation through distinct neural mechanisms. Journal of Neuroscience39(35), 6953-6967. [Link]

February 24, 2020: Howlett, J. R., & Paulus, M. P. (2020). Where perception meets belief updating: Computational evidence for slower updating of visual expectations in anxious individuals. Journal of Affective Disorders, 266, 633-638. [Link]

February 3, 2020: Data meeting – Christine. Read: Carlisle, N. B., & Nitka, A. W. (2019). Location-based explanations do not account for active attentional suppression. Visual Cognition27(3-4), 305-316. [Link]

January 27, 2020: Machizawa, M. G., & Driver, J. (2011). Principal component analysis of behavioural individual differences suggests that particular aspects of visual working memory may relate to specific aspects of attention. Neuropsychologia, 49(6), 1518-1526. [Link]

January 20, 2020: Hakim, N., deBettencourt, M., Awh, E., & Vogel, E. K. (2019). Attention fluctuations impact ongoing maintenance of information in working memory. [Link to pre-print]

January 13, 2020: Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Busch, N. A., & Schubö, A. (2020). Failed suppression of salient stimuli precedes behavioral errors. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience32(2), 367-377. [Link]

Fall 2019

November 25, 2019: Williams, J., Brady, T., & Störmer, V. S. (2019). Natural variation in the fidelity of working memory representations cause only one item to guide attention. [Link to pre-print]

November 18, 2019: Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., & Awh, E. (2020). Alpha-band activity tracks the zoom lens of attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience32(2), 272-282. [Link]

November 11, 2019: Data meeting – Holly, Christine, and Joel

October 2019: No lab meetings, Dr. Emrich away on sabbatical

September 16, 2019: Vellage, A. K., Müller, P., Schmicker, M., Hopf, J. M., & Müller, N. G. (2019). High working memory capacity at the cost of precision?. Brain sciences9(9), 210. [Link]