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Kyle Killebrew
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Intraparietal regions play a material general role in working memory: Evidence supporting an internal attentional role
K Killebrew, R Mruczek, ME Berryhill
Neuropsychologia 73, 12-24, 2015
232015
Induced and evoked human electrophysiological correlates of visual working memory set-size effects at encoding
G Gurariy, KW Killebrew, ME Berryhill, GP Caplovitz
PLoS One 11 (11), e0167022, 2016
142016
Electrophysiological correlates of encoding processes in a full-report visual working memory paradigm
KW Killebrew, G Gurariy, CE Peacock, ME Berryhill, GP Caplovitz
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 353-365, 2018
102018
Form features provide a cue to the angular velocity of rotating objects.
CD Blair, J Goold, K Killebrew, GP Caplovitz
Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 40 (1), 116, 2014
102014
The lemon illusion: seeing curvature where there is none
L Strother, KW Killebrew, GP Caplovitz
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 95, 2015
92015
The psychosis human connectome project: Design and rationale for studies of visual neurophysiology
MP Schallmo, KB Weldon, RS Kamath, HR Moser, SA Montoya, ...
NeuroImage 272, 120060, 2023
42023
Individual differences reveal limited mixed-category effects during a visual working memory task
REB Mruczek, KW Killebrew, ME Berryhill
Neuropsychologia 122, 1-10, 2019
32019
Correction: Induced and evoked human electrophysiological correlates of visual working memory set-size effects at encoding
G Gurariy, KW Killebrew, ME Berryhill, GP Caplovitz
Plos one 12 (3), e0173650, 2017
12017
Summary statistics influence how individuals are perceived in noise.
K Killebrew, C Blair, G Caplovitz
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 882-882, 2014
12014
Faster bi-stable visual switching in psychosis
KW Killebrew, HR Moser, AN Grant, M Marjańska, SR Sponheim, ...
Translational psychiatry 14 (1), 201, 2024
2024
Neurometabolic dysfunction in psychosis observed with 7 T MRS
MP Schallmo, C Demro, KW Killebrew, CA Olman, SR Sponheim, ...
medRxiv, 2024.01. 03.24300788, 2024
2024
Behavioral and EEG Measures of Binocular Rivalry in People with Schizophrenia
KS Abdullahi, SA Montoya, KW Killebrew, HR Moser, SR Sponheim, ...
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 4729-4729, 2023
2023
The effect of tobacco use on performance in a structure-from-motion task among patients with psychotic psychopathology.
KW Killebrew, HR Moser, A Grant, SR Sponheim, J Anker, MP Schallmo
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5397-5397, 2023
2023
Behavioral and EEG measures of contrast surround suppression mechanisms in people with schizophrenia
HR Moser, KS Abdullahi, A Miriyagalla, SA Montoya, KW Killebrew, ...
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 5114-5114, 2023
2023
Investigating the relationship between blinks, saccades, and bistable percepts during a structure-from-motion task in patients with psychosis
KW Killebrew, HR Moser, A Grant, SR Sponheim, MP Schallmo
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 4111-4111, 2022
2022
Studies of visual neurophysiology in the psychosis Human Connectome Project
MP Schallmo, K Weldon, R Kamath, H Moser, S Montoya, K Killebrew, ...
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3364-3364, 2022
2022
Neurochemical Alterations in Occipital and Prefrontal Cortex Measured With 7 T MRS as Part of the Psychosis Human Connectome Project
MP Schallmo, K Killebrew, C Demro, S Sponheim, M Marjanska
NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 47, 377-377, 2022
2022
P574. The Psychosis Human Connectome Project: Studies of Visual Processing
MP Schallmo, K Weldon, R Kamath, H Moser, S Montoya, K Killebrew, ...
Biological Psychiatry 91 (9), S321, 2022
2022
Can neurochemical concentrations in the visual cortex differentiate patients with psychosis from healthy controls via multivariate decoding?
K Killebrew, C Demro, SR Sponheim, M Marjańska, MP Schallmo
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2210-2210, 2021
2021
Faster switch rates in psychosis for bi-stable perception during a structure-from-motion task
KW Killebrew, HR Moser, SR Sponheim, MP Schallmo
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 392-392, 2020
2020
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