Bradley Paul Wyble

2003 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Bradley Wyble"
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Michael E. Hasselmo grad student 2003 Harvard
 (The relationship of hippocampal theta oscillations to neurophysiology, attention, and motor behavior in the rat.)
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Hagmann CE, Wyble B, Shea N, et al. (2016) Children with Autism Detect Targets at Very Rapid Presentation Rates with Similar Accuracy as Adults. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Sustersic J, Wyble B, Advani S, et al. (2016) Towards a unified multiresolution vision model for autonomous ground robots Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 75: 221-232
Chen H, Swan G, Wyble B. (2016) Prolonged focal attention without binding: Tracking a ball for half a minute without remembering its color Cognition. 147: 144-148
Chen H, Wyble B. (2015) Attribute Amnesia Reflects a Lack of Memory Consolidation for Attended Information. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Wyble BP, Rosenbaum DA. (2015) Are Motor Adjustments Quick Because They Don't Require Detection or Because They Escape Competition? Motor Control
Wyble B, Swan G. (2015) Mapping the spatiotemporal dynamics of interference between two visual targets. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 2331-43
Su L, Wyble B, Zhou LQ, et al. (2015) Temporal perception deficits in schizophrenia: integration is the problem, not deployment of attentions. Scientific Reports. 5: 9745
Chen H, Wyble B. (2015) Amnesia for object attributes: failure to report attended information that had just reached conscious awareness. Psychological Science. 26: 203-10
Wyble B, Bowman H, Nieuwenstein M. (2015) On the interplay between working memory consolidation and attentional selection in controlling conscious access: parallel processing at a cost--a comment on 'The interplay of attention and consciousness in visual search, attentional blink and working memory consolidation'. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 370: 20140197
Chen H, Wyble B. (2015) The location but not the attributes of visual cues are automatically encoded into working memory. Vision Research. 107: 76-85
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