Summer L. Sheremata, Ph.D.

2015- Psychology Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
Visual Attention, Working Memory, Spatial Neglect
"Summer Sheremata"
Mean distance: 13.13 (cluster 23)


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Sohee Park research assistant 1999-2000 Northwestern
Yue Chen research assistant 2000-2002 Harvard Medical School, Mclean Hospital
Philip S. Holzman research assistant 2000-2002 McLean Hospital, Harvard University
David C. Somers grad student 2002-2009 Boston University
 (Behavioral and physiological studies of the perceptual mechanisms underlying visual working memory.)
Sarah Shomstein post-doc George Washington University
Michael A. Silver post-doc 2010-2013 UC Berkeley


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Sahar M. Yousef research assistant 2011-2012
Paige Pytel research assistant 2015-2017
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Sheremata S, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2022) Behavioral asymmetries in visual short-term memory occur in retinotopic coordinates. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Byrne KN, McDevitt EA, Sheremata SL, et al. (2020) Transient cholinergic enhancement does not significantly affect either the magnitude or selectivity of perceptual learning of visual texture discrimination. Journal of Vision. 20: 5
Sheremata S. (2019) Stimulus presentation type effects in retinotopic parietal cortex Journal of Vision. 19: 320d
Sheremata SL, Somers DC, Shomstein S. (2018) Visual short-term memory activity in parietal lobe reflects cognitive processes beyond attentional selection. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Annicchiarico I, Sheremata S. (2018) The role of feature binding in the relationship between visual attention and visual short-term memory Journal of Vision. 18: 675
Sheremata SL, Shomstein S. (2017) Task set induces dynamic reallocation of resources in visual short-term memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Sheremata S, Loftus S. (2017) Fidelity of VSTM representations across the visual field reflects right-hemisphere specialization Journal of Vision. 17: 860
Shin Y, Sheremata S. (2017) Distinct memory processes for high- and low-capacity individuals beyond their memory capacity Journal of Vision. 17: 859
Pytel P, Sheremata S. (2017) Longer Memory Delay Reveals Demands for Maintaining Multiple Features Journal of Vision. 17: 856
Byrne K, Peters M, McDevitt E, et al. (2017) The effects of cholinergic enhancement and consolidation duration on perceptual learning of texture discrimination Journal of Vision. 17: 1070
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