Andrew R. A. Conway

Affiliations: 
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Area:
working memory, intelligence
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Jalisha M. Braxton research assistant 2012-2016 Princeton (PsychTree)
Adam B. Moore grad student 2011 Princeton
Brooke N. Macnamara grad student 2008-2014 Princeton (PsychTree)
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Gonthier C, Macnamara BN, Chow M, et al. (2016) Inducing Proactive Control Shifts in the AX-CPT. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1822
Chow M, Macnamara BN, Conway AR. (2016) Phonological similarity in working memory span tasks. Memory & Cognition
Conway AR, Kovacs K. (2015) New and emerging models of human intelligence. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 6: 419-26
Moreau D, Morrison AB, Conway AR. (2015) An ecological approach to cognitive enhancement: complex motor training. Acta Psychologica. 157: 44-55
Chow M, Conway AR. (2015) The scope and control of attention: Sources of variance in working memory capacity. Memory & Cognition. 43: 325-39
Kool W, Conway AR, Turk-Browne NB. (2014) Sequential dynamics in visual short-term memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 1885-901
Moreau D, Conway AR. (2014) The case for an ecological approach to cognitive training. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 334-6
Morrison AB, Conway AR, Chein JM. (2014) Primacy and recency effects as indices of the focus of attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 6
Van Snellenberg JX, Conway AR, Spicer J, et al. (2014) Capacity estimates in working memory: Reliability and interrelationships among tasks. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 14: 106-16
Macnamara BN, Conway AR. (2014) Novel evidence in support of the bilingual advantage: influences of task demands and experience on cognitive control and working memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 520-5
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