Emily L. Parks

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
"Emily Parks"
Mean distance: 16.17 (cluster 23)


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Joseph B. Hopfinger grad student 2011 UNC Chapel Hill
 (Isolating involuntary attention hold: A study of distraction.)


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Micah Alan Johnson collaborator 2012-2014 Duke
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Meyer KN, Du F, Parks E, et al. (2018) Exogenous vs. endogenous attention: Shifting the balance of fronto-parietal activity. Neuropsychologia
Madden DJ, Parks EL, Tallman CW, et al. (2017) Sources of disconnection in neurocognitive aging: cerebral white-matter integrity, resting-state functional connectivity, and white-matter hyperintensity volume. Neurobiology of Aging
Madden DJ, Parks EL, Tallman CW, et al. (2017) Frontoparietal activation during visual conjunction search: Effects of bottom-up guidance and adult age. Human Brain Mapping
Madden DJ, Parks EL, Davis SW, et al. (2014) Age mediation of frontoparietal activation during visual feature search. Neuroimage. 102: 262-74
Parks EL, Kim SY, Hopfinger JB. (2014) The persistence of distraction: a study of attentional biases by fear, faces, and context. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1501-8
Parks EL, Madden DJ. (2013) Brain connectivity and visual attention. Brain Connectivity. 3: 317-38
Hopfinger J, Parks E, Kim S. (2013) Faces, emotions, & distraction: Dissociating attentional capture vs. hold Journal of Vision. 13: 84-84
Hopfinger JB, Parks EL. (2012) Involuntary Attention The Neuroscience of Attention: Attentional Control and Selection
Hopfinger JB, Camblin CC, Parks EL. (2010) Isolating the internal in endogenous attention. Psychophysiology. 47: 739-47
Parks EL, Hopfinger JB. (2008) Hold it! Memory affects attentional dwell time. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 15: 1128-34
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