Anastasia Kiyonaga

Psychology and Neuroscience Duke University, Durham, NC 
Cognitive control, working memory, attention
"Anastasia Kiyonaga"
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Amishi P. Jha research assistant 2008-2010 Penn
Tobias Egner grad student 2010- Duke


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Jiefeng Jiang collaborator Duke
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Kiyonaga A, Dowd EW, Egner T. (2017) Neural Representation of Working Memory Content Is Modulated by Visual Attentional Demand. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
Coutlee CG, Kiyonaga A, Korb FM, et al. (2016) Reduced Risk-Taking following Disruption of the Intraparietal Sulcus. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 10: 588
Kiyonaga A, Egner T. (2015) Center-Surround Inhibition in Working Memory. Current Biology : Cb
Dowd E, Kiyonaga A, Egner T. (2015) Competitive tradeoffs between working memory and attention: An fMRI approach. Journal of Vision. 15: 741
Kiyonaga A, Egner T. (2015) Working memory representations produce inhibition of similar (but not identical) stimuli in visual attention. Journal of Vision. 15: 544
Dowd EW, Kiyonaga A, Egner T, et al. (2015) Attentional guidance by working memory differs by paradigm: an individual-differences approach. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 704-12
Dowd EW, Kiyonaga A, Beck JM, et al. (2015) Quality and accessibility of visual working memory during cognitive control of attentional guidance: A Bayesian model comparison approach Visual Cognition. 23: 337-356
Kiyonaga A, Egner T. (2014) Resource-sharing between internal maintenance and external selection modulates attentional capture by working memory content. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 670
Kiyonaga A, Egner T. (2014) The working memory stroop effect: when internal representations clash with external stimuli. Psychological Science. 25: 1619-29
Kiyonaga A, Korb FM, Lucas J, et al. (2014) Dissociable causal roles for left and right parietal cortex in controlling attentional biases from the contents of working memory. Neuroimage. 100: 200-5
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