Eric H. Schumacher
Eric H. Schumacher
Professor of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Dissociation of storage and rehearsal in verbal working memory: Evidence from positron emission tomography
E Awh, J Jonides, EE Smith, EH Schumacher, RA Koeppe, S Katz
Psychological Science 7 (1), 25-31, 1996
Verbal working memory load affects regional brain activation as measured by PET
J Jonides, EH Schumacher, EE Smith, EJ Lauber, E Awh, S Minoshima, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 9 (4), 462-475, 1997
Spatial versus object working memory: PET investigations
EE Smith, J Jonides, RA Koeppe, E Awh, EH Schumacher, S Minoshima
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 7 (3), 337-356, 1995
The role of parietal cortex in verbal working memory
J Jonides, EH Schumacher, EE Smith, RA Koeppe, E Awh, ...
Journal of neuroscience 18 (13), 5026-5034, 1998
Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance: Uncorking the central cognitive bottleneck
EH Schumacher, TL Seymour, JM Glass, DE Fencsik, EJ Lauber, ...
Psychological science 12 (2), 101-108, 2001
PET evidence for an amodal verbal working memory system
EH Schumacher, E Lauber, E Awh, J Jonides, EE Smith, RA Koeppe
Neuroimage 3 (2), 79-88, 1996
Spatiotemporal dynamics of low frequency BOLD fluctuations in rats and humans
W Majeed, M Magnuson, W Hasenkamp, H Schwarb, EH Schumacher, ...
Neuroimage 54 (2), 1140-1150, 2011
Audience preferences are predicted by temporal reliability of neural processing
JP Dmochowski, MA Bezdek, BP Abelson, JS Johnson, EH Schumacher, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 4567, 2014
Short‐time windows of correlation between large‐scale functional brain networks predict vigilance intraindividually and interindividually
GJ Thompson, ME Magnuson, MD Merritt, H Schwarb, WJ Pan, ...
Human brain mapping 34 (12), 3280-3298, 2013
A functional MRI study of the influence of practice on component processes of working memory
SM Landau, EH Schumacher, H Garavan, TJ Druzgal, M D'Esposito
Neuroimage 22 (1), 211-221, 2004
Concurrent response-selection processes in dual-task performance: Evidence for adaptive executive control of task scheduling.
EH Schumacher, EJ Lauber, JM Glass, EL Zurbriggen, L Gmeindl, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (3), 791, 1999
Neural evidence for representation-specific response selection
EH Schumacher, PA Elston, M D'esposito
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 15 (8), 1111-1121, 2003
Adaptive executive control: Flexible multiple-task performance without pervasive immutable response-selection bottlenecks
DE Meyer, DE Kieras, E Lauber, EH Schumacher, J Glass, E Zurbriggen, ...
Acta Psychologica 90 (1-3), 163-190, 1995
Aging and the psychological refractory period: task-coordination strategies in young and old adults.
JM Glass, EH Schumacher, EJ Lauber, EL Zurbriggen, L Gmeindl, ...
Psychology and Aging 15 (4), 571, 2000
The neural effect of stimulus-response modality compatibility on dual-task performance: an fMRI study
C Stelzel, EH Schumacher, T Schubert, M D ‘Esposito
Psychological research 70, 514-525, 2006
Generalized lessons about sequence learning from the study of the serial reaction time task
H Schwarb, EH Schumacher
Advances in cognitive psychology 8 (2), 165, 2012
Neural implementation of response selection in humans as revealed by localized effects of stimulus–response compatibility on brain activation
EH Schumacher, M D'Esposito
Human brain mapping 17 (3), 193-201, 2002
Verbal and spatial working memory in humans.
J Jonides, PA Reuter-Lorenz, EE Smith, E Awh, LL Barnes, M Drain, ...
Academic Press, 1996
Neural evidence that suspense narrows attentional focus
MA Bezdek, RJ Gerrig, WG Wenzel, J Shin, KP Revill, EH Schumacher
Neuroscience 303, 338-345, 2015
The boundaries of sequential modulations: evidence for set-level control.
E Hazeltine, E Lightman, H Schwarb, EH Schumacher
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (6 …, 2011
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