Daryl Fougnie

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
working memory, attention
"Daryl Fougnie"
Mean distance: 14.9 (cluster 23)


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René Marois grad student 2003-2010 Vanderbilt
 (Dual-task studies on the capacity limits of perceptual attention and working memory.)


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Sarah Cormiea research assistant 2011-2014 Harvard (PsychTree)
Alex Burmester post-doc 2015-
Garry Kong post-doc 2017-2019 New York University Abu Dhabi
Syaheed B. Jabar post-doc 2018-2022
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Lin YT, Fougnie D. (2022) No evidence that the retro-cue benefit requires reallocation of memory resources. Cognition. 229: 105230
Zhou Y, Curtis CE, Sreenivasan K, et al. (2022) Common neural mechanisms control attention and working memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Jabar SB, Fougnie D. (2022) Perception is rich and probabilistic. Scientific Reports. 12: 13172
Sasin E, Sense F, Nieuwenstein M, et al. (2022) Training modulates memory-driven capture. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 84: 1509-1518
Jabar SB, Fougnie D. (2022) How do expectations change behavior? Investigating the contributions at encoding versus decision-making. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 48: 226-241
Kong G, Fougnie D. (2021) How selection in the mind is different from attention to the world. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Lin YT, Kong G, Fougnie D. (2021) Object-based selection in visual working memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Lin YT, Sasin E, Fougnie D. (2021) Selection in working memory is resource-demanding: Concurrent task effects on the retro-cue effect. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Sasin E, Fougnie D. (2021) The road to long-term memory: Top-down attention is more effective than bottom-up attention for forming long-term memories. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Sasin E, Fougnie D. (2020) Memory-driven capture occurs for individual features of an object. Scientific Reports. 10: 19499
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