Anastasia Kiyonaga
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Examining the protective effects of mindfulness training on working memory capacity and affective experience.
AP Jha, EA Stanley, A Kiyonaga, L Wong, L Gelfand
Emotion 10 (1), 54, 2010
Mindfulness-based mind fitness training: A case study of a high-stress predeployment military cohort
EA Stanley, JM Schaldach, A Kiyonaga, AP Jha
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 18 (4), 566-576, 2011
Working memory as internal attention: Toward an integrative account of internal and external selection processes
A Kiyonaga, T Egner
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (2), 228-242, 2013
Serial dependence across perception, attention, and memory
A Kiyonaga, JM Scimeca, DP Bliss, D Whitney
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (7), 493-497, 2017
Cognitive control over working memory biases of selection
A Kiyonaga, T Egner, D Soto
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (4), 639-646, 2012
The influence of concentrative meditation training on the development of attention networks during early adolescence
S Baijal, A Jha, A Kiyonaga, R Singh, N Srinivasan
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 153, 2011
The working memory Stroop effect: When internal representations clash with external stimuli
A Kiyonaga, T Egner
Psychological science 25 (8), 1619-1629, 2014
Reaffirming the sensory recruitment account of working memory
JM Scimeca, A Kiyonaga, M D’Esposito
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22 (3), 190-192, 2018
Center-surround inhibition in working memory
A Kiyonaga, T Egner
Current Biology 26 (1), 64-68, 2016
Working-memory-triggered dynamic adjustments in cognitive control.
AP Jha, A Kiyonaga
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (4), 1036, 2010
A parieto-medial temporal pathway for the strategic control over working memory biases in human visual attention
D Soto, CM Greene, A Kiyonaga, CR Rosenthal, T Egner
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (49), 17563-17571, 2012
Resource-sharing between internal maintenance and external selection modulates attentional capture by working memory content
A Kiyonaga, T Egner
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 670, 2014
Attentional guidance by working memory differs by paradigm: An individual-differences approach
EW Dowd, A Kiyonaga, T Egner, SR Mitroff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (3), 704-712, 2015
Dissociable causal roles for left and right parietal cortex in controlling attentional biases from the contents of working memory
A Kiyonaga, FM Korb, J Lucas, D Soto, T Egner
NeuroImage 100, 200-205, 2014
Neural representation of working memory content is modulated by visual attentional demand
A Kiyonaga, EW Dowd, T Egner
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (12), 2011-2024, 2017
Quality and accessibility of visual working memory during cognitive control of attentional guidance: A Bayesian model comparison approach
EW Dowd, A Kiyonaga, JM Beck, T Egner
Visual Cognition 23 (3), 337-356, 2015
Reduced risk-taking following disruption of the intraparietal sulcus
CG Coutlee, A Kiyonaga, FM Korb, SA Huettel, T Egner
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 588, 2016
Practical considerations for navigating registered reports
A Kiyonaga, JM Scimeca
Trends in neurosciences 42 (9), 568-572, 2019
Working memory representations produce inhibition of similar (but not identical) stimuli in visual attention
A Kiyonaga, T Egner
Journal of vision 15 (12), 544-544, 2015
We Need a Taxonomy of Working Memory
A Kiyonaga
Journal of Cognition 2 (1), 2019
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