Zachary Monge

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2016- Psychology Duke University, Durham, NC 
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Roberto Cabeza grad student 2015- Duke
David J. Madden grad student 2016- Duke
Jeffrey N. Browndyke grad student 2017-2017 Duke Medical School
 (Summer Neuroscience Research Student)
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Smith PJ, Browndyke JN, Monge ZA, et al. (2018) Longitudinal Changes in Regional Cerebral Perfusion and Cognition Following Cardiac Surgery. The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
Monge ZA, Stanley ML, Geib BR, et al. (2018) Functional networks underlying item and source memory: shared and distinct network components and age-related differences. Neurobiology of Aging. 69: 140-150
Browndyke JN, Berger M, Smith PJ, et al. (2017) Task-related changes in degree centrality and local coherence of the posterior cingulate cortex after major cardiac surgery in older adults. Human Brain Mapping
Monge ZA, Wing EA, Stokes J, et al. (2017) Search and Recovery of Autobiographical and Laboratory Memories: Shared and Distinct Neural Components. Neuropsychologia
Monge ZA, Geib BR, Siciliano RE, et al. (2017) Functional modular architecture underlying attentional control in aging. Neuroimage. 155: 257-270
Madden DJ, Parks EL, Tallman CW, et al. (2017) Sources of disconnection in neurocognitive aging: cerebral white-matter integrity, resting-state functional connectivity, and white-matter hyperintensity volume. Neurobiology of Aging
Siciliano RE, Madden DJ, Tallman CW, et al. (2017) Task Difficulty Modulates Brain Activation in the Emotional Oddball Task. Brain Research
Madden DJ, Parks EL, Tallman CW, et al. (2017) Frontoparietal activation during visual conjunction search: Effects of bottom-up guidance and adult age. Human Brain Mapping
Monge ZA, Madden DJ. (2016) Linking Cognitive and Visual Perceptual Decline in Healthy Aging: The Information Degradation Hypothesis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
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