Julie M. Bugg, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
Area:
Memory, educational psycohology
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Ed L. DeLosh grad student 2006 Colorado State
 (Mechanisms of executive control: Behavioral investigations of the conflict adaptation effect.)
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Bugg JM, Scullin MK, Rauvola RS. (2016) Forgetting No-Longer-Relevant Prospective Memory Intentions Is (Sometimes) Harder With Age but Easier With Forgetting Practice. Psychology and Aging
Diede NT, Bugg JM. (2016) Spatial proximity as a determinant of context-specific attentional settings. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Gonthier C, Braver TS, Bugg JM. (2016) Dissociating proactive and reactive control in the Stroop task. Memory & Cognition
Hutchison KA, Bugg JM, Lim YB, et al. (2016) Congruency precues moderate item-specific proportion congruency effects. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
McDaniel MA, Bugg JM, Liu Y, et al. (2015) When Does the Test-Study-Test Sequence Optimize Learning and Retention? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
McDaniel MA, Cahill MJ, Bugg JM. (2015) The Curious Case of Orthographic Distinctiveness: Disruption of Categorical Processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Bugg JM, Braver TS. (2015) Proactive control of irrelevant task rules during cued task switching. Psychological Research
Bugg JM, Diede NT, Cohen-Shikora ER, et al. (2015) Expectations and experience: Dissociable bases for cognitive control? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 41: 1349-73
Bugg JM. (2015) The relative attractiveness of distractors and targets affects the coming and going of item-specific control: evidence from flanker tasks. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 373-89
Bugg JM, Smallwood A. (2014) The next trial will be conflicting! Effects of explicit congruency pre-cues on cognitive control. Psychological Research
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