Viola Sophie Störmer

Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
Visual and auditory attention, cross-modal attention
"Viola Störmer"
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Asp IE, Störmer VS, Brady TF. (2021) Greater Visual Working Memory Capacity for Visually Matched Stimuli When They Are Perceived as Meaningful. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-17
Keefe JM, Störmer VS. (2020) Lateralized alpha activity and slow potential shifts over visual cortex track the time course of both endogenous and exogenous orienting of attention. Neuroimage. 225: 117495
Störmer VS, McDonald JJ, Hillyard SA. (2019) Involuntary orienting of attention to sight or sound relies on similar neural biasing mechanisms in early visual processing. Neuropsychologia. 132: 107122
Störmer VS, Cohen MA, Alvarez GA. (2019) Tuning Attention to Object Categories: Spatially Global Effects of Attention to Faces in Visual Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-11
Brady TF, Alvarez GA, Störmer VS. (2018) The role of meaning in visual memory: Face-selective brain activity predicts memory for ambiguous face stimuli. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Long B, Störmer VS, Alvarez GA. (2017) Mid-level perceptual features contain early cues to animacy. Journal of Vision. 17: 20
Feng W, Störmer VS, Martinez A, et al. (2017) Involuntary orienting of attention to a sound desynchronizes the occipital alpha rhythm and improves visual perception. Neuroimage
Brady TF, Störmer VS, Alvarez GA. (2016) Working memory is not fixed-capacity: More active storage capacity for real-world objects than for simple stimuli. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Störmer VS, Alvarez GA. (2016) Attention Alters Perceived Attractiveness. Psychological Science
Störmer V, Feng W, Martinez A, et al. (2015) Salient, Irrelevant Sounds Reflexively Induce Alpha Rhythm Desynchronization in Parallel with Slow Potential Shifts in Visual Cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
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