Jason T. Arita

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Visual Attention, Memory, and Perception
"Jason Arita"
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Stephen R. Mitroff research assistant Duke
Lynn C. Robertson research assistant UC Berkeley
Geoffrey F. Woodman research assistant 2007- Vanderbilt
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Cosman JD, Arita JT, Ianni JD, et al. (2015) Electrophysiological measurement of information flow during visual search. Psychophysiology
Arita JT, Carlisle NB, Woodman GF. (2012) Templates for rejection: configuring attention to ignore task-irrelevant features. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 580-4
Pouget P, Arita J, Woodman GF. (2012) Primate Visual Attention: How Studies of Monkeys Have Shaped Theories of Selective Visual Processing How Animals See the World: Comparative Behavior, Biology, and Evolution of Vision
Carlisle NB, Arita JT, Pardo D, et al. (2011) Attentional templates in visual working memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 9315-22
Woodman GF, Arita JT. (2011) Direct electrophysiological measurement of attentional templates in visual working memory. Psychological Science. 22: 212-5
Arita JT, Woodman GF. (2010) Do gamma-band oscillations bind features when attention is focused on multiple-feature objects during visual search? Journal of Vision. 8: 998-998
Arita JT, Mitroff SR. (2010) Staying in bounds: A critical role of closure for object files Journal of Vision. 6: 784-784
Arita J, Woodman G. (2010) Simultaneous neurophysiological measurement of perceptual and response selection stages of processing during visual search Journal of Vision. 10: 1319-1319
Woodman GF, Arita JT, Luck SJ. (2009) A cuing study of the N2pc component: an index of attentional deployment to objects rather than spatial locations. Brain Research. 1297: 101-11
Mitroff SR, Arita JT, Fleck MS. (2009) Staying in bounds: Contextual constraints on object-file coherence. Visual Cognition. 17: 195-211
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