Anne R. Schutte

The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
spatial working memory, dynamic systems, dynamic field theory
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John P. Spencer grad student 2004 University of Iowa
 (A developmental transition in spatial working memory.)
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Schutte AR, Wu Y, Jacoby MN. (2022) EXPRESS: Individual Differences in Executive Attention and Inhibitory Control are Related to Spatial Memory Biases in Adults. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218221092776
Wu Y, Schutte AR. (2020) Test of a Relationship between Spatial Working Memory and Perception of Symmetry Axes in Children 3 to 6 Years of Age. Spatial Cognition and Computation. 20: 104-133
Schutte AR, DeGirolamo GJ. (2019) Test of a dynamic neural field model: spatial working memory is biased away from distractors. Psychological Research
Larson LR, Barger B, Ogletree S, et al. (2018) Gray space and green space proximity associated with higher anxiety in youth with autism. Health & Place. 53: 94-102
Beattie HL, Schutte AR, Cortesa CS. (2018) The relationship between spatial working memory precision and attention and inhibitory control in young children Cognitive Development. 47: 32-45
Schutte AR, Keiser BA, Beattie HL. (2017) Developmental Differences in the Influence of Distractors on Maintenance in Spatial Working Memory. Journal of Cognition and Development : Official Journal of the Cognitive Development Society. 18: 338-357
Torquati JC, Schutte AR, Kiat J. (2017) Attentional Demands of Executive Function Tasks in Indoor and Outdoor Settings: Behavioral and Neuroelectrical Evidence Children, Youth and Environments. 27: 70
Schutte AR, Torquati JC, Beattie HL. (2016) Impact of Urban Nature on Executive Functioning in Early and Middle Childhood Environment and Behavior. 49: 3-30
Spencer JP, Austin A, Schutte AR. (2012) Contributions of Dynamic Systems Theory to Cognitive Development. Cognitive Development. 27: 401-418
Spencer JP, Simmering VR, Schutte AR, et al. (2012) What Does Theoretical Neuroscience Have to Offer the Study of Behavioral Development?: Insights from a Dynamic Field Theory of Spatial Cognition The Emerging Spatial Mind
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