Joseph DeGutis, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Sustained Attention, Cognitive Training, Face Recognition
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Mishra MV, Likitlersuang J, B Wilmer J, et al. (2019) Gender Differences in Familiar Face Recognition and the Influence of Sociocultural Gender Inequality. Scientific Reports. 9: 17884
Esterman M, Fortenbaugh FC, Pierce ME, et al. (2019) Trauma-related psychiatric and behavioral conditions are uniquely associated with sustained attention dysfunction. Neuropsychology
Wooten T, Ferland T, Poole V, et al. (2019) Metabolic risk in older adults is associated with impaired sustained attention. Neuropsychology
Mitko A, Rothlein D, Poole V, et al. (2019) Individual differences in sustained attention are associated with cortical thickness. Human Brain Mapping
Riley E, Mitko A, Stumps A, et al. (2019) Clinically significant cognitive dysfunction in OEF/OIF/OND veterans: Prevalence and clinical associations. Neuropsychology
Arizpe JM, Saad E, Douglas AO, et al. (2019) Self-reported face recognition is highly valid, but alone is not highly discriminative of prosopagnosia-level performance on objective assessments. Behavior Research Methods
Dutra SJ, Marx BP, McGlinchey R, et al. (2018) Reward Ameliorates Posttraumatic Stress Disorder-Related Impairment in Sustained Attention. Chronic Stress (Thousand Oaks, Calif.). 2
Rothlein D, DeGutis J, Esterman M. (2018) Attentional Fluctuations Influence the Neural Fidelity and Connectivity of Stimulus Representations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-20
VanVleet T, Voss M, Dabit S, et al. (2018) Randomized control trial of computer-based training targeting alertness in older adults: the ALERT trial protocol. Bmc Psychology. 6: 22
Garrido L, Duchaine B, DeGutis J. (2018) Association vs dissociation and setting appropriate criteria for object agnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 35: 55-58
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