Vanessa Simmering
Vanessa Simmering
Senior Research Scientists, ACTNext by ACT
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Generalizing the dynamic field theory of spatial cognition across real and developmental time scales
VR Simmering, AR Schutte, JP Spencer
Brain research 1202, 68-86, 2008
What does theoretical neuroscience have to offer the study of behavioral development? Insights from a dynamic field theory of spatial cognition.
JP Spencer, VR Simmering, AR Schutte, G Schöner
Oxford University Press, 2007
The development of visual working memory capacity during early childhood
VR Simmering
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (4), 695-707, 2012
Working memory capacity as a dynamic process
VR Simmering, S Perone
Frontiers in psychology 3, 567, 2013
The emerging spatial mind
JM Plumert, JP Spencer
Oxford University Press, 2007
Reference-related inhibition produces enhanced position discrimination and fast repulsion near axes of symmetry
VR Simmering, JP Spencer, G Schöner
Perception & Psychophysics 68 (6), 1027-1046, 2006
Toward a formal theory of flexible spatial behavior: Geometric category biases generalize across pointing and verbal response types.
JP Spencer, VR Simmering, AR Schutte
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (2), 473, 2006
Stronger neural dynamics capture changes in infants’ visual working memory capacity over development
S Perone, VR Simmering, JP Spencer
Developmental science 14 (6), 1379-1392, 2011
Carving up space at imaginary joints: Can people mentally impose arbitrary spatial category boundaries?
VR Simmering, JP Spencer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (4), 871, 2007
Generality with specificity: The dynamic field theory generalizes across tasks and time scales
VR Simmering, JP Spencer
Developmental Science 11 (4), 541-555, 2008
Working Memory Capacity in Context: Modeling Dynamic Processes of Behavior, Memory, and Development
VR Simmering
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 81 (3), 7-148, 2016
The role of experience in location estimation: Target distributions shift location memory biases
J Lipinski, VR Simmering, JS Johnson, JP Spencer
Cognition 115 (1), 147-153, 2010
Beyond slots and resources: Grounding cognitive concepts in neural dynamics
JS Johnson, VR Simmering, AT Buss
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (6), 1630-1654, 2014
Producing spatial words is not enough: Understanding the relation between language and spatial cognition
HE Miller, HA Vlach, VR Simmering
Child development 88 (6), 1966-1982, 2017
Models provide specificity: Testing a proposed mechanism of visual working memory capacity development
VR Simmering, R Patterson
Cognitive development 27 (4), 419-439, 2012
Language supports young children’s use of spatial relations to remember locations
HE Miller, R Patterson, VR Simmering
Cognition 150, 170-180, 2016
Developing a magic number: The dynamic field theory reveals why visual working memory capacity estimates differ across tasks and development
VR Simmering-Best
Theses and Dissertations, 213, 2008
Location memory biases reveal the challenges of coordinating visual and kinesthetic reference frames
VR Simmering, C Peterson, W Darling, JP Spencer
Experimental brain research 184 (2), 165-178, 2008
Different developmental trajectories across feature types support a dynamic field model of visual working memory development
VR Simmering, HE Miller, K Bohache
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (4), 1170-1188, 2015
Category learning in a dynamic world
JS Horst, VR Simmering
Frontiers in psychology 6, 46, 2015
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