Keisuke Fukuda

2012 Department of Psychology University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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Edward K. Vogel grad student 2012 University of Oregon
 (The capacity of visual short term memory determines the bandwidth of information transfer into visual long term memory.)
Geoffrey F. Woodman post-doc 2012-2016 Vanderbilt
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Gillies G, Fukuda K, Cant JS. (2023) The role of visual working memory in capacity-limited cross-modal ensemble coding. Neuropsychologia. 192: 108745
Saito JM, Bae GY, Fukuda K. (2023) Judgments during perceptual comparisons predict distinct forms of memory updating. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Fischer M, Moscovitch M, Fukuda K, et al. (2023) Ready for action: When the brain learns, yet memory-biased action does not follow. Neuropsychologia. 108660
Gillies G, Park H, Woo J, et al. (2023) Tracing the emergence of the memorability benefit. Cognition. 238: 105489
Saito JM, Duncan K, Fukuda K. (2023) Comparing visual memories to similar visual inputs risks lasting memory distortion. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Kolisnyk M, Pereira AE, Tozios CJI, et al. (2022) Dissociating the Impact of Memorability on EEG Correlates of Memory Encoding Success. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-25
Zhao C, Fukuda K, Woodman GF. (2022) Cross-frequency coupling of frontal theta and posterior alpha is unrelated to the fidelity of visual long-term memory encoding. Visual Cognition. 30: 379-392
Saito JM, Kolisnyk M, Fukuda K. (2022) Perceptual comparisons modulate memory biases induced by new visual inputs. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Saito JM, Kolisnyk M, Fukuda K. (2022) Judgments of learning reveal conscious access to stimulus memorability. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Zhao C, Fukuda K, Park S, et al. (2022) Even affective changes induced by the global health crisis are insufficient to perturb the hyper-stability of visual long-term memory. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 7: 62
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