Michael J. Wenger

Psychology University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, United States 
vision, memory, computational neuroscience
"Michael Wenger"
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Wenger MJ, DellaValle DM, Todd LE, et al. (2021) Limited Shared Variance among Measures of Cognitive Performance Used in Nutrition Research: The Need to Prioritize Construct Validity and Biological Mechanisms in Choice of Measures. Current Developments in Nutrition. 5: nzab070
Townsend JT, Wenger MJ. (2021) A beginning quantitative taxonomy of cognitive activation systems and application to continuous flow processes. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wenger MJ, Rhoten SE. (2019) Perceptual learning produces perceptual objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wenger MJ, Rhoten SE, Murray-Kolb LE, et al. (2019) Changes in Iron Status Are Related to Changes in Brain Activity and Behavior in Rwandan Female University Students: Results from a Randomized Controlled Efficacy Trial Involving Iron-Biofortified Beans. The Journal of Nutrition
Scott SP, Murray-Kolb LE, Wenger MJ, et al. (2018) Cognitive Performance in Indian School-Going Adolescents Is Positively Affected by Consumption of Iron-Biofortified Pearl Millet: A 6-Month Randomized Controlled Efficacy Trial. The Journal of Nutrition
Von Der Heide RJ, Wenger MJ, Bittner JL, et al. (2018) Converging operations and the role of perceptual and decisional influences on the perception of faces: Neural and behavioral evidence. Brain and Cognition. 122: 59-75
Wenger MJ, Murray-Kolb LE, Nevins JE, et al. (2017) Consumption of a Double-Fortified Salt Affects Perceptual, Attentional, and Mnemonic Functioning in Women in a Randomized Controlled Trial in India. The Journal of Nutrition
Murray-Kolb LE, Wenger MJ, Scott SP, et al. (2017) Consumption of Iron-Biofortified Beans Positively Affects Cognitive Performance in 18- to 27-Year-Old Rwandan Female College Students in an 18-Week Randomized Controlled Efficacy Trial. The Journal of Nutrition
Wenger MJ, DellaValle DM, Murray-Kolb LE, et al. (2017) Effect of iron deficiency on simultaneous measures of behavior, brain activity, and energy expenditure in the performance of a cognitive task. Nutritional Neuroscience. 1-10
Venkatramanan S, Marquis G, Neufeld L, et al. (2017) Double Fortified Salt Intervention Improved Iron Intake But Not Energy and Other Nutrient Intakes in Female Tea Plantation Workers From West Bengal, India. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 379572117718121
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