Ray Johnson, Jr.
Ray Johnson, Jr.
Professor of Psychology, Queens College/CUNY
Verified email at qc.cuny.edu - Homepage
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Guidelines for using human event‐related potentials to study cognition: Recording standards and publication criteria
TW Picton, S Bentin, P Berg, E Donchin, SA Hillyard, R Johnson Jr, ...
Psychophysiology 37 (2), 127-152, 2000
22152000
A Triarchic Model of P300 - For distinguished early career contribution to psychophysiology: Award address, 1985
R Johnson
Psychophysiology 23 (4), 367-384, 1986
1157*1986
Event‐related potential (ERP) studies of memory encoding and retrieval: A selective review
D Friedman, R Johnson Jr
Microscopy research and technique 51 (1), 6-28, 2000
8632000
On the neural generators of the P300 component of the event‐related potential
RAY Johnson Jr
Psychophysiology 30 (1), 90-97, 1993
7591993
The amplitude of the P300 component of the event-related potential: Review and synthesis.
R Johnson Jr
Advances in psychophysiology 3 (In PK Ackles, JR Jennings, & MGH Coles …, 1988
5771988
Distinctions and similarities among working memory processes: An event-related potential study
DS Ruchkin, R Johnson Jr, J Grafman, H Canoune, W Ritter
Cognitive Brain Research 1 (1), 53-66, 1992
3101992
Toward a functional categorization of slow waves
DS Ruchkin, R Johnson Jr, D Mahaffey, S Sutton
Psychophysiology 25 (3), 339-353, 1988
3091988
P300 and long‐term memory: Latency predicts recognition performance
R Johnson, A Pfefferbaum, BS Kopell
Psychophysiology 22 (5), 497-507, 1985
2791985
P300 and stimulus categorization: Two plus one is not so different from one plus one
R Johnson, E Donchin
Psychophysiology 17 (2), 167-178, 1980
2741980
Short-term memory storage and retention: An event-related brain potential study
DS Ruchkin, R Johnson Jr, H Canoune, W Ritter
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 76 (5), 419-439, 1990
2621990
Developmental evidence for modality‐dependent P300 generators: A normative study
R Johnson Jr
Psychophysiology 26 (6), 651-667, 1989
2611989
Event-related potential insights into the neurobiology of memory systems
R Johnson
Handbook of neuropsychology 10, 135-163, 1995
2531995
On how P300 amplitude varies with the utility of the eliciting stimuli
R Johnson Jr, E Donchin
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 44 (4), 424-437, 1978
2431978
Differential amygdala activation during emotional decision and recognition memory tasks using unpleasant words: an fMRI study
MH Tabert, JC Borod, CY Tang, G Lange, TC Wei, R Johnson, ...
Neuropsychologia 39 (6), 556-573, 2001
2322001
Working memory and preparation elicit different patterns of slow wave event‐related brain potentials
DS Ruchkin, HL Canoune, R Johnson Jr, W Ritter
Psychophysiology 32 (4), 399-410, 1995
2271995
Scalp-recorded P300 activity in patients following unilateral temporal lobectomy
RAY JOHNSON JR
Brain 111 (6), 1517-1529, 1988
2001988
Auditory and Visual P300s in Temporal Lobectomy Patients: Evidence for Modality‐Dependent Generators
R Johnson
Psychophysiology 26 (6), 633-650, 1989
1961989
Somatosensory event-related potentials to painful and non-painful stimuli: effects of attention
W Miltner, R Johnson Jr, C Braun, W Larbig
Pain 38 (3), 303-312, 1989
1891989
Second thoughts: multiple P300s elicited by a single stimulus
R Johnson & Donchin E
Psychophysiology 22, 182-194, 1985
1861985
The contribution of executive processes to deceptive responding
R Johnson Jr, J Barnhardt, J Zhu
Neuropsychologia 42 (7), 878-901, 2004
1812004
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