Michael J. Kane

Affiliations: 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
Area:
Working memory, Cognitive control, Individual differences
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Welhaf MS, Smeekens BA, Meier ME, et al. (2020) The Worst Performance Rule, or the Not-Best Performance Rule? Latent-Variable Analyses of Working Memory Capacity, Mind-Wandering Propensity, and Reaction Time. Journal of Intelligence. 8
Kane MJ, Gross GM, Chun CA, et al. (2017) For Whom the Mind Wanders, and When, Varies Across Laboratory and Daily-Life Settings. Psychological Science. 956797617706086
Meier ME, Smeekens BA, Silvia PJ, et al. (2017) Working Memory Capacity and the Antisaccade Task: A Microanalytic-Macroanalytic Investigation of Individual Differences in Goal Activation and Maintenance. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Redick TS, Unsworth N, Kane MJ, et al. (2017) Don't Shoot the Messenger. Psychological Science. 956797617698527
Kane MJ, Meier ME, Smeekens BA, et al. (2016) Correction to Kane et al. (2016). Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 145: 1603
Redick TS, Shipstead Z, Meier ME, et al. (2016) Cognitive predictors of a common multitasking ability: Contributions from working memory, attention control, and fluid intelligence. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 145: 1473-1492
Kane MJ, Meier ME, Smeekens BA, et al. (2016) Individual differences in the executive control of attention, memory, and thought, and their associations with schizotypy. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 145: 1017-48
Meier ME, Kane MJ. (2015) Carving Executive Control at Its Joints: Working Memory Capacity Predicts Stimulus-Stimulus, But Not Stimulus-Response, Conflict. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Frank DJ, Nara B, Zavagnin M, et al. (2015) Validating older adults' reports of less mind-wandering: An examination of eye movements and dispositional influences. Psychology and Aging. 30: 266-78
Unsworth N, Redick TS, McMillan BD, et al. (2015) Is playing video games related to cognitive abilities? Psychological Science. 26: 759-74
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