Nancy B. Carlisle
Nancy B. Carlisle
Assistant Professor, Lehigh University
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Attentional templates in visual working memory
NB Carlisle, JT Arita, D Pardo, GF Woodman
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (25), 9315-9322, 2011
2612011
Automatic and strategic effects in the guidance of attention by working memory representations
NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Acta psychologica 137 (2), 217-225, 2011
1342011
Where do we store the memory representations that guide attention?
GF Woodman, NB Carlisle, RMG Reinhart
Journal of Vision 13 (3), 1-1, 2013
1172013
Templates for rejection: configuring attention to ignore task-irrelevant features.
JT Arita, NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 38 (3), 580, 2012
1162012
The benefit of forgetting
M Williams, SW Hong, MS Kang, NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (2), 348-355, 2013
1052013
When memory is not enough: Electrophysiological evidence for goal-dependent use of working memory representations in guiding visual attention
NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (10), 2650-2664, 2011
582011
Reconciling conflicting electrophysiological findings on the guidance of attention by working memory
NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (7), 1330-1335, 2013
212013
The control of single-color and multiple-color visual search by attentional templates in working memory and in long-term memory
A Grubert, NB Carlisle, M Eimer
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (12), 1947-1963, 2016
192016
Event-related potentials elicited by errors during the stop-signal task. II: human effector-specific error responses
RMG Reinhart, NB Carlisle, MS Kang, GF Woodman
Journal of Neurophysiology 107 (10), 2794-2807, 2012
192012
Visual working memory gives up attentional control early in learning: Ruling out interhemispheric cancellation
RMG Reinhart, NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Psychophysiology 51 (8), 800-804, 2014
182014
The effects of self-focus on attentional biases in social anxiety: An ERP study
MR Judah, DMM Grant, NB Carlisle
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16 (3), 393-405, 2016
162016
How visual working memory contents influence priming of visual attention
NB Carlisle, Á Kristjánsson
Psychological Research 82 (5), 833-839, 2018
102018
Distractor ignoring: strategies, learning, and passive filtering
JJ Geng, BY Won, NB Carlisle
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (6), 600-606, 2019
92019
Location-based explanations do not account for active attentional suppression
NB Carlisle, AW Nitka
Visual Cognition, 2019
92019
Flexibility in attentional control: Multiple sources and suppression
NB Carlisle
Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 92 (1), 103-113, 2019
42019
Probing early attention following negative and positive templates
Z Zhang, N Gapelin, NB Carlisle
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-10, 2019
32019
Quantifying the attentional impact of working memory matching targets and distractors
NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Visual Cognition 27 (5-8), 452-466, 2019
12019
What not to look for: Electrophysiological evidence that searchers prefer positive templates
J Rajsic, NB Carlisle, GF Woodman
Neuropsychologia 140, 107376, 2020
2020
Flexibility in working memory guidance of attention
NB Carlisle
Vanderbilt University, 2011
2011
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