Joe DeGutis
Joe DeGutis
VA Boston Healthcare System, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School
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In the zone or zoning out? Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention
M Esterman, SK Noonan, M Rosenberg, J DeGutis
Cerebral cortex 23 (11), 2712-2723, 2013
Order information in working memory: fMRI evidence for parietal and prefrontal mechanisms
C Marshuetz, EE Smith, J Jonides, J DeGutis, TL Chenevert
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (Supplement 2), 130-144, 2000
Category-specific modulation of inferior temporal activity during working memory encoding and maintenance
C Ranganath, J DeGutis, M D'Esposito
Cognitive Brain Research 20 (1), 37-45, 2004
Using regression to measure holistic face processing reveals a strong link with face recognition ability
J DeGutis, J Wilmer, RJ Mercado, S Cohan
Cognition 126 (1), 87-100, 2013
Sustained attention across the life span in a sample of 10,000: Dissociating ability and strategy
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, L Germine, JB Wilmer, M Grosso, K Russo, ...
Psychological science 26 (9), 1497-1510, 2015
Recent theoretical, neural, and clinical advances in sustained attention research
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1396 (1), 70-91, 2017
Functional plasticity in ventral temporal cortex following cognitive rehabilitation of a congenital prosopagnosic
JM DeGutis, S Bentin, LC Robertson, M D'Esposito
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (11), 1790-1802, 2007
Too many trees to see the forest: performance, event-related potential, and functional magnetic resonance imaging manifestations of integrative congenital prosopagnosia
S Bentin, JM DeGutis, M D'Esposito, LC Robertson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (1), 132-146, 2007
Sustaining visual attention in the face of distraction: a novel gradual-onset continuous performance task
M Rosenberg, S Noonan, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (3), 426-439, 2013
Searching for the backfire effect: Measurement and design considerations
B Swire-Thompson, J DeGutis, D Lazer
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 9 (3), 286-299, 2020
Holistic processing of the mouth but not the eyes in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29 (5-6), 419-446, 2012
Holistic face training enhances face processing in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, K Nakayama
Brain 137 (6), 1781-1798, 2014
Tonic and phasic alertness training: a novel behavioral therapy to improve spatial and non-spatial attention in patients with hemispatial neglect
JM DeGutis, TM Van Vleet
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 60, 2010
Posttraumatic psychological symptoms are associated with reduced inhibitory control, not general executive dysfunction
J DeGutis, M Esterman, B McCulloch, A Rosenblatt, W Milberg, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 21 (5), 342-352, 2015
Reward reveals dissociable aspects of sustained attention.
M Esterman, A Reagan, G Liu, C Turner, J DeGutis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (6), 2287, 2014
Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention: A robust replication and extension
FC Fortenbaugh, D Rothlein, R McGlinchey, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Neuroimage 171, 148-164, 2018
Face processing improvements in prosopagnosia: successes and failures over the last 50 years
JM DeGutis, C Chiu, ME Grosso, S Cohan
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 561, 2014
Individual differences in holistic processing predict the own-race advantage in recognition memory
J DeGutis, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, A Rosenblatt
PLoS One 8 (4), e58253, 2013
Intrinsic functional connectivity predicts individual differences in distractibility
VN Poole, ME Robinson, O Singleton, J DeGutis, WP Milberg, ...
Neuropsychologia 86, 176-182, 2016
Anticipation of monetary reward can attenuate the vigilance decrement
M Esterman, M Grosso, G Liu, A Mitko, R Morris, J DeGutis
PloS one 11 (7), e0159741, 2016
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