Zach Shipstead
Zach Shipstead
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Is working memory training effective?
Z Shipstead, TS Redick, RW Engle
Psychological bulletin 138 (4), 628, 2012
12052012
No evidence of intelligence improvement after working memory training: a randomized, placebo-controlled study.
TS Redick, Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, KL Hicks, DE Fried, DZ Hambrick, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (2), 359, 2013
7672013
Working memory training may increase working memory capacity but not fluid intelligence
TL Harrison, Z Shipstead, KL Hicks, DZ Hambrick, TS Redick, RW Engle
Psychological science 24 (12), 2409-2419, 2013
3652013
Does working memory training generalize?
Z Shipstead, TS REdICk, RW ENGlE
Psychologica Belgica 50 (3), 245-276, 2010
3592010
Cogmed working memory training: Does the evidence support the claims?
Z Shipstead, KL Hicks, RW Engle
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (3), 185-193, 2012
3332012
The mechanisms of working memory capacity: Primary memory, secondary memory, and attention control
Z Shipstead, DRB Lindsey, RL Marshall, RW Engle
Journal of Memory and Language 72, 116-141, 2014
3252014
Shortened complex span tasks can reliably measure working memory capacity
JL Foster, Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, KL Hicks, TS Redick, RW Engle
Memory & cognition 43 (2), 226-236, 2015
2972015
Working memory capacity and fluid intelligence: Maintenance and disengagement
Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, RW Engle
Perspectives on Psychological Science 11 (6), 771-799, 2016
1912016
What’s working in working memory training? An educational perspective
TS Redick, Z Shipstead, EA Wiemers, M Melby-Lervåg, C Hulme
Educational Psychology Review 27 (4), 617-633, 2015
1392015
Working memory capacity and the scope and control of attention
Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, RW Engle
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (6), 1863-1880, 2015
1232015
Cognitive predictors of a common multitasking ability: Contributions from working memory, attention control, and fluid intelligence.
TS Redick, Z Shipstead, ME Meier, JJ Montroy, KL Hicks, N Unsworth, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (11), 1473, 2016
1152016
Interference within the focus of attention: Working memory tasks reflect more than temporary maintenance.
Z Shipstead, RW Engle
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 39 (1), 277, 2013
992013
The scope and control of attention as separate aspects of working memory
Z Shipstead, TS Redick, KL Hicks, RW Engle
Memory 20 (6), 608-628, 2012
922012
Why is working memory capacity related to matrix reasoning tasks?
TL Harrison, Z Shipstead, RW Engle
Memory & cognition 43 (3), 389-396, 2015
802015
Working memory training remains a work in progress.
Z Shipstead, KL Hicks, RW Engle
Elsevier Science, 2012
582012
Working memory capacity and visual attention: Top-down and bottom-up guidance
Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, RW Engle
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (3), 401-407, 2012
452012
Individual differences in working memory capacity and the Stroop effect: Do high spans block the words?
Z Shipstead, JM Broadway
Learning and Individual Differences 26, 191-195, 2013
282013
The role of maintenance and disengagement in predicting reading comprehension and vocabulary learning.
JD Martin, Z Shipstead, TL Harrison, TS Redick, M Bunting, RW Engle
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (1), 140, 2020
222020
Low cognitive load strengthens distractor interference while high load attenuates when cognitive load and distractor possess similar visual characteristics
T Minamoto, Z Shipstead, N Osaka, RW Engle
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (5), 1659-1673, 2015
162015
The domain-specific and domain-general relationships of visuospatial working memory to reasoning ability
Z Shipstead, J Yonehiro
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (5), 1504-1512, 2016
142016
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