L. Gregory Appelbaum
L. Gregory Appelbaum
Associate Professor, Duke University
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The steady-state visual evoked potential in vision research: a review
AM Norcia, LG Appelbaum, JM Ales, BR Cottereau, B Rossion
Journal of vision 15 (6), 4-4, 2015
4002015
Attentional characteristics of infants and toddlers with Williams syndrome during triadic interactions
CB Mervis, CA Morris, BP Klein-Tasman, J Bertrand, S Kwitny, ...
Developmental Neuropsychology 23 (1-2), 243-268, 2003
1952003
III. Electrophysiological studies of face processing in Williams syndrome
DL Mills, TD Alvarez, M St. George, LG Appelbaum, U Bellugi, H Neville
Journal of Cognitive neuroscience 12 (Supplement 1), 47-64, 2000
1842000
Pinning down response inhibition in the brain—conjunction analyses of the stop-signal task
CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, RM Krebs, JM Hopf, MG Woldorff
Neuroimage 52 (4), 1621-1632, 2010
1742010
Cue-invariant networks for figure and background processing in human visual cortex
LG Appelbaum, AR Wade, VY Vildavski, MW Pettet, AM Norcia
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (45), 11695-11708, 2006
1272006
Action video game playing is associated with improved visual sensitivity, but not alterations in visual sensory memory
LG Appelbaum, MS Cain, EF Darling, SR Mitroff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (6), 1161-1167, 2013
782013
Sports vision training: A review of the state-of-the-art in digital training techniques
LG Appelbaum, G Erickson
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 11 (1), 160-189, 2018
762018
Multifactorial determinants of the neurocognitive effects of electroconvulsive therapy
SM McClintock, J Choi, ZD Deng, LG Appelbaum, AD Krystal, SH Lisanby
The journal of ECT 30 (2), 165, 2014
762014
Priming and backward influences in the human brain: processing interactions during the stroop interference effect
LG Appelbaum, KL Meyerhoff, MG Woldorff
Cerebral Cortex 19 (11), 2508-2521, 2009
702009
“This is your brain on rhetoric”: Research directions for neurorhetorics
J Jack, LG Appelbaum
Rhetoric Society Quarterly 40 (5), 411-437, 2010
672010
Improved visual cognition through stroboscopic training
LG Appelbaum, JE Schroeder, MS Cain, SR Mitroff
Frontiers in psychology 2, 276, 2011
592011
Reward associations reduce behavioral interference by changing the temporal dynamics of conflict processing
RM Krebs, CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, MG Woldorff
PloS one 8 (1), 2013
582013
Figure–ground interaction in the human visual cortex
LG Appelbaum, AR Wade, MW Pettet, VY Vildavski, AM Norcia
Journal of Vision 8 (9), 8-8, 2008
552008
Stroboscopic visual training improves information encoding in short-term memory
LG Appelbaum, MS Cain, JE Schroeder, EF Darling, SR Mitroff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (8), 1681-1691, 2012
452012
Rapid brain responses independently predict gain maximization and loss minimization during economic decision making
R San Martín, LG Appelbaum, JM Pearson, SA Huettel, MG Woldorff
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (16), 7011-7019, 2013
442013
The temporal dynamics of implicit processing of non-letter, letter, and word-forms in the human visual cortex
LG Appelbaum, M Liotti, R Perez, S Fox, MG Woldorff
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 3, 56, 2009
402009
The influence of different Stop-signal response time estimation procedures on behavior–behavior and brain–behavior correlations
CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, RM Krebs, JM Hopf, MG Woldorff
Behavioural brain research 229 (1), 123-130, 2012
382012
The role of stimulus salience and attentional capture across the neural hierarchy in a stop-signal task
CN Boehler, LG Appelbaum, RM Krebs, LC Chen, MG Woldorff
PloS one 6 (10), 2011
352011
Strategic allocation of attention reduces temporally predictable stimulus conflict
LG Appelbaum, CN Boehler, R Won, L Davis, MG Woldorff
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (9), 1834-1848, 2012
322012
Rapid modulation of sensory processing induced by stimulus conflict
LG Appelbaum, DV Smith, CN Boehler, WD Chen, MG Woldorff
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (9), 2620-2628, 2011
312011
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