Steven Keele

Affiliations: 
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Area:
Human performance, skill learning
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Willard Rowand Thurlow grad student 1966 UW Madison
 (Thurlow is stated to be the major professor on Keele's dissertation signature page. Dissertation title: An Analysis of S-R Compatibility.)
Michael I. Posner post-doc University of Oregon
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Mayr U, Diedrichsen J, Ivry R, et al. (2006) Dissociating task-set selection from task-set inhibition in the prefrontal cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18: 14-21
Keele SW, Ivry R, Mayr U, et al. (2003) The cognitive and neural architecture of sequence representation. Psychological Review. 110: 316-39
Hall CD, Smith AL, Keele SW. (2001) The impact of aerobic activity on cognitive function in older adults: A new synthesis based on the concept of executive control European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 13: 279-300
Mayr U, Keele SW. (2000) Changing internal constraints on action: the role of backward inhibition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 129: 4-26
Keele SW, Rafal R. (2000) Deficits of task set in patients with left prefrontal cortex lesions Attention and Performance. 18: 626-651
Clegg BA, Digirolamo GJ, Keele SW. (1998) Sequence learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 2: 275-81
Hayes AE, Davidson MC, Keele SW, et al. (1998) Toward a functional analysis of the basal ganglia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 10: 178-98
Keele SW, Jennings P, Jones S, et al. (1995) On the modularity of sequence representation Journal of Motor Behavior. 27: 17-30
Curran T, Keele SW. (1993) Attentional and Nonattentional Forms of Sequence Learning Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 19: 189-202
Keele SW, Jennings PJ. (1992) Attention in the representation of sequence: Experiment and theory Human Movement Science. 11: 125-138
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