Rebecca Keogh
Rebecca Keogh
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Mental imagery and visual working memory
R Keogh, J Pearson
PloS one 6 (12), e29221, 2011
1132011
The sensory strength of voluntary visual imagery predicts visual working memory capacity
R Keogh, J Pearson
Journal of vision 14 (12), 7-7, 2014
542014
Imagine that: elevated sensory strength of mental imagery in individuals with Parkinson's disease and visual hallucinations
JM Shine, R Keogh, C O'Callaghan, AJ Muller, SJG Lewis, J Pearson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1798), 20142047, 2015
512015
The blind mind: No sensory visual imagery in aphantasia
R Keogh, J Pearson
Cortex 105, 53-60, 2018
392018
The perceptual and phenomenal capacity of mental imagery
R Keogh, J Pearson
Cognition 162, 124-132, 2017
262017
Cortical excitability controls the strength of mental imagery
R Keogh, J Bergmann, J Pearson
Elife 9, e50232, 2020
52020
Redefining visual working memory: a cognitive-strategy, brain-region approach
J Pearson, R Keogh
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (3), 266-273, 2019
52019
The blind mind: No sensory imagery in aphantasia
R Keogh, J Pearson
PsyArXiv, 2017
52017
The critical role of mental imagery in human emotion: insights from Aphantasia.
M Wicken, R Keogh, J Pearson
bioRxiv, 726844, 2019
22019
Is visual working memory capacity driven by mental imagery strength?
J Pearson, R Keogh
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 717-717, 2012
12012
A cognitive profile of multi-sensory imagery, memory and dreaming in aphantasia
AJ Dawes, R Keogh, T Andrillon, J Pearson
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
2020
Different strokes for different folks
R Keogh
2017
Cortical excitability modulates the sensory strength of visual mental imagery
R Keogh, J Pearson
Conference Abstract: XII International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience …, 2015
2015
The sensory strength of voluntary visual imagery predicts visual working memory
R Keogh, J Pearson
2014
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