Anina N Rich

Macquarie University (Australia) 
cognitive neuroscience, attention, synaesthesia
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Teichmann L, Moerel D, Rich AN, et al. (2022) The nature of neural object representations during dynamic occlusion. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 153: 66-86
Moerel D, Grootswagers T, Robinson AK, et al. (2022) The time-course of feature-based attention effects dissociated from temporal expectation and target-related processes. Scientific Reports. 12: 6968
Robinson AK, Rich AN, Woolgar A. (2022) Linking the Brain with Behavior: The Neural Dynamics of Success and Failure in Goal-directed Behavior. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 34: 639-654
Cheng PX, Rich AN, Le Pelley ME. (2021) Reward Rapidly Enhances Visual Perception. Psychological Science. 32: 1994-2004
Williams LH, Carrigan AJ, Mills M, et al. (2021) Characteristics of expert search behavior in volumetric medical image interpretation. Journal of Medical Imaging (Bellingham, Wash.). 8: 041208
Jackson JB, Feredoes E, Rich AN, et al. (2021) Concurrent neuroimaging and neurostimulation reveals a causal role for dlPFC in coding of task-relevant information. Communications Biology. 4: 588
Karimi-Rouzbahani H, Woolgar A, Rich AN. (2021) Neural signatures of vigilance decrements predict behavioural errors before they occur. Elife. 10
Karimi-Rouzbahani H, Ramezani F, Woolgar A, et al. (2021) Perceptual difficulty modulates the direction of information flow in familiar face recognition. Neuroimage. 233: 117896
Teichmann L, Grootswagers T, Moerel D, et al. (2021) Temporal dissociation of neural activity underlying synesthetic and perceptual colors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Williams L, Carrigan A, Auffermann W, et al. (2020) The invisible breast cancer: Experience does not protect against inattentional blindness to clinically relevant findings in radiology. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
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