Nancy B. Carlisle

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Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
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Geoffrey F. Woodman grad student 2011 Vanderbilt
 (Flexibility in working memory guidance of attention.)
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Zhang Z, Sahatdjian R, Carlisle NB. (2022) Benefits from negative templates in easy and difficult search depend on rapid distractor rejection and enhanced guidance. Vision Research. 197: 108031
Rajsic J, Carlisle NB, Woodman GF. (2020) What not to look for: Electrophysiological evidence that searchers prefer positive templates. Neuropsychologia. 107376
Sahatdjian R, Carlisle N, Zhang Z. (2020) Utilization of negative attentional template in search mediated by task difficulty Journal of Vision. 20: 385
Carlisle NB, Woodman GF. (2019) Quantifying the Attentional Impact of Working Memory Matching Targets and Distractors. Visual Cognition. 27: 452-466
Zhang Z, Gapelin N, Carlisle NB. (2019) Probing early attention following negative and positive templates. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Geng JJ, Won B, Carlisle NB. (2019) Distractor Ignoring: Strategies, Learning, and Passive Filtering Current Directions in Psychological Science. 28: 600-606
Carlisle NB, Zhang Z. (2019) Eye tracking supports active attentional suppression from negative templates Journal of Vision. 19: 53d
Zhang Z, Gaspelin N, Carlisle NB. (2019) Probing the early attentional benefits of negative templates Journal of Vision. 19: 315
Carlisle NB, Nitka AW. (2019) Location-based explanations do not account for active attentional suppression Visual Cognition. 27: 305-316
Carlisle N. (2018) Active Attentional Suppression Cannot Be Explained by Recoding to a Positive Template Journal of Vision. 18: 309
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