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The topography of alpha-band activity tracks the content of spatial working memory
JJ Foster, DW Sutterer, JT Serences, EK Vogel, E Awh
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (1), 168-177, 2016
2312016
Alpha-band oscillations enable spatially and temporally resolved tracking of covert spatial attention
JJ Foster, DW Sutterer, JT Serences, EK Vogel, E Awh
Psychological science 28 (7), 929-941, 2017
2282017
Strengthened effective connectivity underlies transfer of working memory training to tests of short-term memory and attention
B Kundu, DW Sutterer, SM Emrich, BR Postle
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (20), 8705-8715, 2013
1792013
Feature-selective attentional modulations in human frontoparietal cortex
EF Ester, DW Sutterer, JT Serences, E Awh
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (31), 8188-8199, 2016
852016
Retrieval practice enhances the accessibility but not the quality of memory
DW Sutterer, E Awh
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 831-841, 2016
842016
The role of long-term memory in a test of visual working memory: Proactive facilitation but no proactive interference.
K Oberauer, E Awh, DW Sutterer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (1), 1, 2017
832017
Inverted encoding models assay population-level stimulus representations, not single-unit neural tuning
TC Sprague, KCS Adam, JJ Foster, M Rahmati, DW Sutterer, VA Vo
Eneuro 5 (3), 2018
692018
Spatially selective alpha oscillations reveal moment-by-moment trade-offs between working memory and attention
D van Moorselaar, JJ Foster, DW Sutterer, J Theeuwes, CNL Olivers, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (2), 256-266, 2018
562018
Alpha-band oscillations track the retrieval of precise spatial representations from long-term memory
DW Sutterer, JJ Foster, JT Serences, EK Vogel, E Awh
Journal of neurophysiology 122 (2), 539-551, 2019
492019
Increased alpha-band power during the retention of shapes and shape-location associations in visual short-term memory
JS Johnson, DW Sutterer, DJ Acheson, JA Lewis-Peacock, BR Postle
Frontiers in psychology 2, 128, 2011
432011
Item-specific delay activity demonstrates concurrent storage of multiple active neural representations in working memory
DW Sutterer, JJ Foster, KCS Adam, EK Vogel, E Awh
PLoS biology 17 (4), e3000239, 2019
40*2019
Alpha suppression indexes a spotlight of visual-spatial attention that can shine on both perceptual and memory representations
GF Woodman, S Wang, DW Sutterer, RMG Reinhart, K Fukuda
Psychonomic bulletin & review 29 (3), 681-698, 2022
342022
Comparing the effects of 10-Hz repetitive TMS on tasks of visual STM and attention
SM Emrich, JS Johnson, DW Sutterer, BR Postle
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (2), 286-297, 2017
172017
Shared representational formats for information maintained in working memory and information retrieved from long-term memory
VA Vo, DW Sutterer, JJ Foster, TC Sprague, E Awh, JT Serences
Cerebral Cortex 32 (5), 1077-1092, 2022
162022
α-Band activity tracks a two-dimensional spotlight of attention during spatial working memory maintenance
DW Sutterer, SM Polyn, GF Woodman
Journal of Neurophysiology 125 (3), 957-971, 2021
142021
The positional-specificity effect reveals a passive-trace contribution to visual short-term memory
BR Postle, E Awh, JT Serences, DW Sutterer, M D’Esposito
PLoS One 8 (12), e83483, 2013
122013
Decoding chromaticity and luminance from patterns of EEG activity
DW Sutterer, AJ Coia, V Sun, SK Shevell, E Awh
Psychophysiology 58 (4), e13779, 2021
112021
Multivariate analysis of EEG activity indexes contingent attentional capture
J Munneke, JJ Fahrenfort, D Sutterer, J Theeuwes, E Awh
NeuroImage 226, 117562, 2021
6*2021
Does motor noise contaminate estimates of the precision of visual working memory?
D Sutterer, CG Rosca, GF Woodman
Visual cognition 30 (3), 195-201, 2022
32022
Encoded and updated spatial working memories share a common representational format in alpha activity
E Günseli, JJ Foster, DW Sutterer, L Todorova, EK Vogel, E Awh
Iscience 27 (2), 2024
2*2024
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