John P. Spencer

Affiliations: 
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
spatial working memory, dynamic systems, dynamic field theory
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Reyes LD, Wijeakumar S, Magnotta VA, et al. (2020) The functional brain networks that underlie visual working memory in the first two years of life. Neuroimage. 116971
Putt SSJ, Wijeakumar S, Spencer JP. (2019) Prefrontal cortex activation supports the emergence of early stone age toolmaking skill. Neuroimage. 199: 57-69
Jackson ES, Wijeakumar S, Beal DS, et al. (2019) A fNIRS Investigation of Speech Planning and Execution in Adults Who Stutter. Neuroscience
Delgado Reyes LM, Bohache K, Wijeakumar S, et al. (2018) Evaluating motion processing algorithms for use with functional near-infrared spectroscopy data from young children. Neurophotonics. 5: 025008
Wijeakumar S, Ambrose JP, Spencer JP, et al. (2017) Model-based functional neuroimaging using dynamic neural fields: An integrative cognitive neuroscience approach. Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 76: 212-235
Buss AT, Spencer JP. (2017) Changes in frontal and posterior cortical activity underlie the early emergence of executive function. Developmental Science
Wijeakumar S, Magnotta VA, Spencer JP. (2017) Modulating perceptual complexity and load reveals degradation of the visual working memory network in ageing. Neuroimage
Perone S, Plebanek DJ, Lorenz MG, et al. (2017) Empirical Tests of a Brain-Based Model of Executive Function Development. Child Development
Wifall T, Buss AT, Farmer TA, et al. (2017) Reaching Into Response Selection: Stimulus and Response Similarity Influence Central Operations. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Wijeakumar S, Huppert T, Magnotta VA, et al. (2016) Validating an image-based fNIRS approach with fMRI and a working memory task. Neuroimage
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