Jane Jacob, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Westminster 
Visual memories, Attention, Consciousness
"Jane Jacob"
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Pounder Z, Jacob J, Evans S, et al. (2022) Only minimal differences between individuals with congenital aphantasia and those with typical imagery on neuropsychological tasks that involve imagery. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 148: 180-192
Jacob J, Breitmeyer BG, Treviño M. (2021) Visual Memory Scan Slopes: Their Changes over the First Two Seconds of Processing. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 5
Pounder Z, Jacob J, Jacobs C, et al. (2018) Mental rotation performance in aphantasia Journal of Vision. 18: 1123
Jacob J, Jacobs C, Breitmeyer B, et al. (2016) Role of Attention in the Temporal Dynamics of Visual Working Memory Processing Journal of Vision. 16: 1076
Jacob J, Jacobs C, Silvanto J. (2015) Attention, working memory, and phenomenal experience of WM content: memory levels determined by different types of top-down modulation. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1603
Trevino M, Breitmeyer B, Jacob J. (2015) The Role of Working Memory in Selective Attention. Journal of Vision. 15: 671
Trevino M, Breitmeyer B, Jacob J. (2014) Assessment of Maintenance and Consolidation in Visual Short-Term Memories Journal of Vision. 14: 857-857
Jacob J, Breitmeyer B, Trevino M. (2014) The first four seconds: an assessment of post-stimulus processing in visual short-term memories Journal of Vision. 14: 856-856
Jacob J, Breitmeyer BG, Treviño M. (2013) Tracking the first two seconds: three stages of visual information processing? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 20: 1114-9
Tapia E, Breitmeyer BG, Jacob J, et al. (2013) Spatial attention effects during conscious and nonconscious processing of visual features and objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 39: 745-56
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