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Neural measures reveal individual differences in controlling access to working memory
EK Vogel, AW McCollough, MG Machizawa
Nature 438 (7067), 500-503, 2005
14472005
Electrophysiological measures of maintaining representations in visual working memory
AW McCollough, MG Machizawa, EK Vogel
Cortex 43 (1), 77-94, 2007
3952007
Contralateral delay activity provides a neural measure of the number of representations in visual working memory
A Ikkai, AW McCollough, EK Vogel
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (4), 1963-1968, 2010
2182010
Attentional enhancement during multiple-object tracking
T Drew, AW McCollough, TS Horowitz, EK Vogel
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (2), 411-417, 2009
1102009
Event-related potential measures of visual working memory
TW Drew, AW McCollough, EK Vogel
Clinical EEG and Neuroscience 37 (4), 286-291, 2006
732006
Your inner spam filter
AW McCollough, EK Vogel
Scientific American Mind 19 (3), 74-77, 2008
92008
The influence of gestalt grouping principles on active visual representations: neurophysiological evidence
AW McCollough
University of Oregon, 2011
22011
Visual chunking allows efficient allocation of memory capacity
A McCollough, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 861-861, 2007
12007
Electrophysiological Measures of Visual Grouping on Working Memory Representations
A McCollough, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 1277-1277, 2011
2011
Proximity Grouping in Visual Working Memory
A McCollough, B Dungan, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 735-735, 2010
2010
Probing the distribution of attention to targets and distractors in multiple object tracking
E Vogel, A McCollough, T Drew, T Horowitz
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 245-245, 2010
2010
Abbreviated title: number of items in VWM 26 27 Corresponding author: Edward K. Vogel, 1227 Department of Psychology, Eugene, OR 28 97403; vogel@ uoregon. edu 29 30
A Ikkai, AW McCollough
2010
Perceptual grouping during multiple object tracking
A McCollough, T Drew, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 920-920, 2009
2009
Probing the allocation of attention during multiple object tracking with ERPs
A McCollough, T Drew, T Horowitz, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 222-222, 2008
2008
Control processes in working memory
A McCollough, E Vogel
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 32-32, 2006
2006
Maintaining visual short-term memory representations across new object onsets
EK Vogel, AW McCollough, JA Fair, GF Woodman
Journal of Vision 5 (8), 1066-1066, 2005
2005
Appending new representations into visual working memory
A McCollough, E Vogel
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 141-141, 2005
2005
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