Stephen M. Emrich, Ph.D.

Psychology Brock University, Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada 
visual cognitive neuroscience
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Susanne Ferber grad student 2012 University of Toronto
 (Competition in Visual Working Memory.)
Brad Postle post-doc UW Madison
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Salahub C, Emrich SM. (2021) Drawn to Distraction: Anxiety Impairs Neural Suppression of Known Distractor Features in Visual Search. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 1504-1516
Salahub C, Emrich SM. (2020) Fear not! Anxiety biases attentional enhancement of threat without impairing working memory filtering. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Henderson SE, Lockhart HA, Davis EE, et al. (2020) Reduced Attentional Control in Older Adults Leads to Deficits in Flexible Prioritization of Visual Working Memory. Brain Sciences. 10
Salahub C, Lockhart HA, Dube B, et al. (2019) Electrophysiological correlates of the flexible allocation of visual working memory resources. Scientific Reports. 9: 19428
Salahub C, Lockhart HA, Dube B, et al. (2019) Neural markers of visual working memory encoding and maintenance track attentional prioritization Journal of Vision. 19: 90b
MacDonald KJ, Lockhart HA, Storace AC, et al. (2018) A daytime nap enhances visual working memory performance and alters event-related delay activity. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Zhou X, Mondloch CJ, Emrich SM. (2018) Encoding differences affect the number and precision of own-race versus other-race faces stored in visual working memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Robitaille J, Emrich S. (2018) The psychophysical properties of working memory and mental rotation reveal different processes Journal of Vision. 18: 824
Salahub C, Dube B, Al-Aidroos N, et al. (2018) ERP measures of target and distractor processing are affected by attentional prioritization Journal of Vision. 18: 474
Lockhart H, Ferber S, Emrich S. (2018) Neural measures accounting for flexibility in VSTM Journal of Vision. 18: 112
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