Zach Shipstead

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
"Zach Shipstead"
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Martin JD, Tsukahara JS, Draheim C, et al. (2021) The visual arrays task: Visual storage capacity or attention control? Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Martin JD, Shipstead Z, Harrison TL, et al. (2019) The role of maintenance and disengagement in predicting reading comprehension and vocabulary learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Shipstead Z, Martin JD, Nespodzany A. (2018) Visuospatial working memory, auditory discrimination, and attention. Memory (Hove, England). 1-7
Shipstead Z, Nespodzany A. (2017) The contribution of disengagement to temporal discriminability. Memory (Hove, England). 1-6
Shipstead Z, Harrison TL, Engle RW. (2016) Working Memory Capacity and Fluid Intelligence: Maintenance and Disengagement. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 11: 771-799
Redick TS, Shipstead Z, Meier ME, et al. (2016) Cognitive predictors of a common multitasking ability: Contributions from working memory, attention control, and fluid intelligence. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 145: 1473-1492
Shipstead Z, Yonehiro J. (2016) The domain-specific and domain-general relationships of visuospatial working memory to reasoning ability. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Redick TS, Shipstead Z, Wiemers EA, et al. (2015) What's working in working memory training? An educational perspective. Educational Psychology Review. 27: 617-633
Shipstead Z, Harrison TL, Engle RW. (2015) Working memory capacity and the scope and control of attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Minamoto T, Shipstead Z, Osaka N, et al. (2015) Low cognitive load strengthens distractor interference while high load attenuates when cognitive load and distractor possess similar visual characteristics. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 1659-73
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