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Kristina M. Visscher

Neurobiology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Visual and Auditory memory, attention, fMRI, EEG
"Kristina Visscher"

Mean distance: 13.66 (cluster 23)


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Steven E. Petersen grad student 1999-2004 Washington University
 (Exploring task -level control: Functional MRI of sustained neural activity.)
Robert Sekuler post-doc 2004-2009 Brandeis
Randy L. Buckner post-doc 2008-2009 Department of Psychology - Harvard University


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Wesley Burge grad student UAB
Leland L. Fleming grad student UAB
Abdurahman S. Elkhetali grad student 2010- UAB
Christine Denning grad student 2011- UAB
Sara A Sims grad student 2017- UAB
Mandy Biles grad student 2016-2021 UAB
Rodolphe Nenert post-doc 2010- UAB
George C. Ling post-doc 2022- UAB


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Despina Stavrinos collaborator UAB (PsychTree)
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Defenderfer MK, Demirayak P, Fleming LL, et al. (2023) Cortical plasticity in central vision loss: Cortical thickness and neurite structure. Human Brain Mapping
Biles MK, Maniglia M, Yadav IS, et al. (2023) Training With Simulated Scotoma Leads to Behavioral Improvements Through at Least Two Distinct Mechanisms. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 64: 14
Maniglia M, Visscher KM, Seitz AR. (2022) Consistency of preferred retinal locus across tasks and participants trained with a simulated scotoma. Vision Research. 203: 108158
Vice JE, Biles MK, Maniglia M, et al. (2022) Oculomotor changes following learned use of an eccentric retinal locus. Vision Research. 201: 108126
Maniglia M, Visscher KM, Seitz AR. (2021) Perspective on Vision Science-Informed Interventions for Central Vision Loss. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 15: 734970
Defenderfer M, Demirayak P, Visscher KM. (2021) A method for mapping retinal images in early visual cortical areas. Neuroimage. 245: 118737
Stavrinos D, McManus B, Mrug S, et al. (2021) Developmental trajectories of driving attention in adolescents: Preliminary findings from REACT. Traffic Injury Prevention. 1-3
Svancara AM, Kana R, Bednarz H, et al. (2021) Time-to-Collision Estimations in Young Drivers with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Gresham B, McManus B, Mrug S, et al. (2021) Validation of the attention-related driving errors scale in novice adolescent drivers. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 159: 106249
Sims SA, Demirayak P, Cedotal S, et al. (2021) Frontal cortical regions associated with attention connect more strongly to central than peripheral V1. Neuroimage. 238: 118246
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