Amanda van Lamsweerde

Psychology Lousiana State University, Shrevesport, United States 
"Amanda van Lamsweerde"
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Johnson JS, van Lamsweerde AE, Dineva E, et al. (2022) Neural interactions in working memory explain decreased recall precision and similarity-based feature repulsion. Scientific Reports. 12: 17756
Bocincova A, van Lamsweerde AE, Johnson JS. (2017) The role of top-down suppression in mitigating the disruptive effects of task-irrelevant feature changes in visual working memory. Memory & Cognition
Beck MR, Goldstein RR, van Lamsweerde AE, et al. (2017) Attending Globally or Locally: Incidental Learning of Optimal Visual Attention Allocation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
van Lamsweerde AE, Johnson JS. (2017) Assessing the Effect of Early Visual Cortex Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Working Memory Consolidation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Bocincova A, van Lamsweerde AE, Johnson JS. (2016) Assessing the evidence for a cue-induced trade-off between capacity and precision in visual working memory using mixture modelling and Bayesian model comparison. Visual Cognition. 24: 435-446
van Lamsweerde AE, Beck MR, Johnson JS. (2015) Visual working memory organization is subject to top-down control. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ericson JM, Beck MR, van Lamsweerde AE. (2015) Binding global and local object features in visual working memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Bocincova A, van Lamsweerde A, Johnson J. (2015) Pre-cues increase capacity at the expense of precision in visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 15: 664
van Lamsweerde A, Johnson J. (2015) The role of the occipital cortex in capacity limits and precision of visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 15: 661
van Lamsweerde AE, Beck MR. (2015) Incidental Learning of Probability Information Is Differentially Affected by the Type of Visual Working Memory Representation. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
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