Michael J. Wenger
Michael J. Wenger
Professor of Psychology and Neurobiology, The University of Oklahoma
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A theory of interactive parallel processing: new capacity measures and predictions for a response time inequality series.
JT Townsend, MJ Wenger
Psychological review 111 (4), 1003, 2004
Consuming iron biofortified beans increases iron status in Rwandan women after 128 days in a randomized controlled feeding trial
JD Haas, SV Luna, MG Lung’aho, MJ Wenger, LE Murray-Kolb, S Beebe, ...
The Journal of nutrition 146 (8), 1586-1592, 2016
The serial-parallel dilemma: A case study in a linkage of theory and method
JT Townsend, MJ Wenger
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (3), 391-418, 2004
A randomized trial of iron-biofortified pearl millet in school children in India
JL Finkelstein, S Mehta, SA Udipi, PS Ghugre, SV Luna, MJ Wenger, ...
The Journal of nutrition 145 (7), 1576-1581, 2015
Holistic processing of faces: perceptual and decisional components.
JJ Richler, I Gauthier, MJ Wenger, TJ Palmeri
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (2), 328, 2008
Comprehension and retention of nonlinear text: Considerations of working memory and material-appropriate processing
MJ Wenger, DG Payne
The American journal of psychology, 93-130, 1996
Basic response time tools for studying general processing capacity in attention, perception, and cognition
MJ Wenger, JT Townsend
The Journal of General Psychology 127 (1), 67-99, 2000
Cognitive psychology
DG Payne, JM Wenger
(No Title), 1998
Exploring the relations between categorization and decision making with regard to realistic face stimuli
JT Townsend, KM Silva, J Spencer-Smith, MJ Wenger
Pragmatics & cognition 8 (1), 83-105, 2000
Are biofortified staple food crops improving vitamin A and iron status in women and children? New evidence from efficacy trials
FF De Moura, AC Palmer, JL Finkelstein, JD Haas, LE Murray-Kolb, ...
Advances in Nutrition 5 (5), 568-570, 2014
Cognitive performance in Indian school-going adolescents is positively affected by consumption of iron-biofortified pearl millet: a 6-month randomized controlled efficacy trial
SP Scott, LE Murray-Kolb, MJ Wenger, SA Udipi, PS Ghugre, E Boy, ...
The Journal of nutrition 148 (9), 1462-1471, 2018
7 Faces as Gestalt Stimuli: Process Characteristics
MJ Wenger, JT Townsend
Computational, geometric, and process perspectives on facial cognition, 229-284, 2005
Consumption of iron-biofortified beans positively affects cognitive performance in 18-to 27-year-old Rwandan female college students in an 18-week randomized controlled …
LE Murray-Kolb, MJ Wenger, SP Scott, SE Rhoten, MG Lung'aho, ...
The Journal of nutrition 147 (11), 2109-2117, 2017
Using hazard functions to assess changes in processing capacity in an attentional cuing paradigm.
MJ Wenger, BS Gibson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (4), 708, 2004
A strong test of the dual-mode hypothesis
EM Ingvalson, MJ Wenger
Perception & Psychophysics 67, 14-35, 2005
Processing capacity under perceptual and cognitive load: a closer look at load theory.
D Fitousi, MJ Wenger
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 37 (3), 781, 2011
On the costs and benefits of faces and words: process characteristics of feature search in highly meaningful stimuli.
MJ Wenger, JT Townsend
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (3), 755, 2006
Preserving informational separability and violating decisional separability in facial perception and recognition.
MJ Wenger, EM Ingvalson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (6), 1106, 2003
1 Quantitative Models of Perceiving and Remembering Faces: Precedents and Possibilities
AJ O'Toole, MJ Wenger, JT Townsend
Computational, geometric, and process perspectives on facial cognition, 1-38, 2005
Data analytic techniques for dynamical systems
SM Boker, MJ Wenger
Psychology Press, 2012
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