Edward F. Ester

Affiliations: 
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Area:
Visual Attention, Visual Working Memory
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Charles L. Folk grad student 2004-2006 Villanova
Edward Awh grad student 2006-2011 University of Oregon
 (Neural Mechanisms of Mnemonic Precision.)
John Serences post-doc 2012- UCSD
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Sprague TC, Ester EF, Serences JT. (2016) Restoring Latent Visual Working Memory Representations in Human Cortex. Neuron. 91: 694-707
Ester EF, Sutterer DW, Serences JT, et al. (2016) Feature-Selective Attentional Modulations in Human Frontoparietal Cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8188-99
Ester EF, Rademaker RL, Sprague TC. (2016) How Do Visual and Parietal Cortex Contribute to Visual Short-Term Memory? Eneuro. 3
Ester EF, Sprague TC, Serences JT. (2015) Parietal and Frontal Cortex Encode Stimulus-Specific Mnemonic Representations during Visual Working Memory. Neuron. 87: 893-905
Ester EF, Zilber E, Serences JT. (2015) Substitution and pooling in visual crowding induced by similar and dissimilar distractors. Journal of Vision. 15: 15.1.4
Itthipuripat S, Ester EF, Deering S, et al. (2014) Sensory gain outperforms efficient readout mechanisms in predicting attention-related improvements in behavior. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 13384-98
Sprague TC, Ester EF, Serences JT. (2014) Reconstructions of information in visual spatial working memory degrade with memory load. Current Biology : Cb. 24: 2174-80
Anderson DE, Ester EF, Klee D, et al. (2014) Electrophysiological evidence for failures of item individuation in crowded visual displays. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 2298-309
Ester EF, Ho TC, Brown SD, et al. (2014) Variability in visual working memory ability limits the efficiency of perceptual decision making. Journal of Vision. 14
Ester EF, Klee D, Awh E. (2014) Visual crowding cannot be wholly explained by feature pooling. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 40: 1022-33
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