Spring 2020                         

Thursday 4:00 - 5:00 PM, 363 Corbett Family Hall 

January 16th: No reading; discuss lab matters

January 23rd: Read Dr. Rose's manuscript for Current Directions, and provide feedback

January 30th: Bagherzadeh, Y., Khorrami, A., Zarrindast, M., Shariat, R., & Pantazis, S. (2016). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex enhances working memory. Experimental Brain Research, 234(7), 1807–1818. 

February 6th: Shields, J., Mock, J., Devier, D., & Foundas, A. (2018). Unilateral repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation differentially affects younger and older adults completing a verbal working memory task. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 384, 15–20. 

February 13th: Read manuscript for The Clinical Neuropsychologist, and provide feedback      

February 20th: Majerus, S., Cowan, N., Péters, F., Van Calster, L., Phillips, C., & Schrouff, J. (2016). Cross-Modal decoding of neural patterns associated with working memory: Evidence for attention-based accounts of working memory. Cerebral Cortex, 26(1), 166–179. 

February 27th: Ester, E., Sprague, T., & Serences, J. (2015). Parietal and Frontal Cortex Encode Stimulus-Specific Mnemonic Representations during Visual Working Memory. Neuron, 87(4), 893–905.

March 5th: Finish Ester et al. paper & read Rademaker, R. L., Chunharas, C., & Serences, J. T. (2019). Coexisting representations of sensory and mnemonic information in human visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience, 22(8), 1336–1344.

**March 12th: No meeting (Mid-term break)**

**Some lab meetings were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic**

April 23rd: Fulvio, J. M., & Postle, B. R. (2020). Cognitive control, not time, determines the status of items in working memory. Journal of Cognition, 3(1), 8.

**April 30th & May 7th: No meetings (Reading days & Finals)**

Fall 2018

Thursday 4:00 - 5:00 PM, 376 Corbett Family Hall

September 13th: 

LaRocque, J. J., Lewis-Peacock, J. A., & Postle, B. R. (2014). Multiple neural states of representation in short-term memory? It’s a matter of attention. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 8, 5


September 20th:

Lim, P. C., Ward, E. J., Vickery, T. J., & Johnson, M. R. (2018). Not-so-working memory: Drift in fMRI pattern representations during maintenance predicts errors in a visual working memory task. bioRxiv, 341990.

September 27th: 

Leavitt, M. L., Mendoza-Halliday, D., & Martinez-Trujillo, J. C. (2017). Sustained activity encoding working memories: not fully distributed. Trends in neurosciences, 40(6), 328-346.


October 4th: 

Ezzyat, Y., Wanda, P. A., Levy, D. F., Kadel, A., Aka, A., Pedisich, I., ... & Gross, R. E. (2018). Closed-loop stimulation of temporal cortex rescues functional networks and improves memory. Nature communications, 9(1), 365.


October 11th: 

Wang, M., Gamo, N. J., Yang, Y., Jin, L. E., Wang, X. J., Laubach, M., ... & Arnsten, A. F. (2011). Neuronal basis of age-related working memory decline. Nature, 476(7359), 210.


October 18th: No Meeting (Fall Break)

October 25th: 

Murray, J. D., Bernacchia, A., Roy, N. A., Constantinidis, C., Romo, R., & Wang, X. J. (2017). Stable population coding for working memory coexists with heterogeneous neural dynamics in prefrontal cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(2), 394-399.

Murray, J. D., Jaramillo, J., & Wang, X. J. (2017). Working memory and decision making in a fronto-parietal circuit model. Journal of Neuroscience, 0343-17.


November 1st: 

Jacob, S. N., Hähnke, D., & Nieder, A. (2018). Structuring of Abstract Working Memory Content by Fronto-parietal Synchrony in Primate Cortex. Neuron, 99(3), 588-597.

November 8th: 

Pinotsis, D. A., Buschman, T. J., & Miller, E. K. (2017). Working Memory Load Modulates Neuronal Coupling. bioRxiv, 192336.


November 15th: 

Gunseli, E., Fahrenfort, J. J., van Moorselaar, D., Daoultzis, K. C. C., Meeter, M., & Olivers, C. N. (2018). Unattended but actively stored: EEG dynamics reveal a dissociation between selective attention and storage in working memory. bioRxiv, 320952.


November 22nd: No Meeting (Thanksgiving)


November 29th: 

Yatziv, T., & Kessler, Y. (2018). A two-level hierarchical framework of visual short-term memory. Journal of Vision, 18(9), 2-2.

December 6th: 

Bae, G. Y., & Luck, S. J. (2018). What happens to an individual visual working memory representation when it is interrupted?. British Journal of Psychology.

Feldmann-Wüstefeld, T., Vogel, E. K., & Awh, E. (2018). Contralateral Delay Activity Indexes Working Memory Storage, Not the Current Focus of Spatial Attention. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 1-11.