Tarek Amer
Tarek Amer
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Cognitive control as a double-edged sword
T Amer, KL Campbell, L Hasher
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (12), 905-915, 2016
1152016
Do older professional musicians have cognitive advantages?
T Amer, B Kalender, L Hasher, SE Trehub, Y Wong
PloS one 8 (8), e71630, 2013
962013
Timing is everything: Age differences in the cognitive control network are modulated by time of day.
JAE Anderson, KL Campbell, T Amer, CL Grady, L Hasher
Psychology and aging 29 (3), 648, 2014
722014
Conceptual processing of distractors by older but not younger adults
T Amer, L Hasher
Psychological science 25 (12), 2252-2258, 2014
412014
Age differences in the neural correlates of distraction regulation: A network interaction approach
T Amer, JAE Anderson, KL Campbell, L Hasher, CL Grady
Neuroimage 139, 231-239, 2016
212016
Age differences in memory for meaningful and arbitrary associations: A memory retrieval account.
T Amer, KS Giovanello, CL Grady, L Hasher
Psychology and Aging 33 (1), 74, 2018
152018
Cultural differences in visual attention: Implications for distraction processing
T Amer, KWJ Ngo, L Hasher
British Journal of Psychology 108 (2), 244-258, 2017
142017
Task-linked diurnal brain network reorganization in older adults: A graph theoretical approach
JAE Anderson, S Sarraf, T Amer, B Bellana, V Man, KL Campbell, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (3), 560-572, 2017
112017
Biasing spatial attention with semantic information: An event coding approach
T Amer, DG Gozli, J Pratt
Psychological research 82 (5), 840-858, 2018
72018
Do young adults show conceptual knowledge of previous distractors?
T Amer, JAE Anderson, L Hasher
Memory 26 (2), 251-259, 2018
72018
Neural correlates of enhanced memory for meaningful associations with age
T Amer, KS Giovanello, DR Nichol, L Hasher, CL Grady
Cerebral Cortex 29 (11), 4568-4579, 2019
62019
Cultural differences in distraction processing: influence of context at retrieval
KWJ Ngo, T Amer, L Man, L Hasher
Memory 26 (10), 1396-1401, 2018
32018
Spontaneous Distractor Reactivation With Age: Evidence for Bound Target-Distractor Representations in Memory
T Amer, KWJ Ngo, JC Weeks, L Hasher
Psychological Science, 0956797620951125, 2020
12020
How older adults remember the world depends on how they see it
JS Wynn, T Amer, DL Schacter
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2020
12020
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