Britta Hahn
Britta Hahn
University of Maryland School of Medicine
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Neuroanatomical dissociation between bottom–up and top–down processes of visuospatial selective attention
B Hahn, TJ Ross, EA Stein
Neuroimage 32 (2), 842-853, 2006
Cingulate activation increases dynamically with response speed under stimulus unpredictability
B Hahn, TJ Ross, EA Stein
Cerebral cortex 17 (7), 1664-1671, 2007
Nicotine enhances visuospatial attention by deactivating areas of the resting brain default network
B Hahn, TJ Ross, Y Yang, I Kim, MA Huestis, EA Stein
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (13), 3477-3489, 2007
Nicotine-induced enhancement of attention in the five-choice serial reaction time task: the influence of task demands
B Hahn, M Shoaib, I Stolerman
Psychopharmacology 162 (2), 129-137, 2002
The relationship between working memory capacity and broad measures of cognitive ability in healthy adults and people with schizophrenia.
MK Johnson, RP McMahon, BM Robinson, AN Harvey, B Hahn, ...
Neuropsychology 27 (2), 220, 2013
Nicotine in an animal model of attention
IP Stolerman, NR Mirza, B Hahn, M Shoaib
European journal of pharmacology 393 (1-3), 147-154, 2000
Attentional effects of nicotinic agonists in rats
B Hahn, CGV Sharples, S Wonnacott, M Shoaib, IP Stolerman
Neuropharmacology 44 (8), 1054-1067, 2003
Reduced capacity but spared precision and maintenance of working memory representations in schizophrenia
JM Gold, B Hahn, WW Zhang, BM Robinson, ES Kappenman, VM Beck, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 67 (6), 570-577, 2010
Turning it upside down: areas of preserved cognitive function in schizophrenia
JM Gold, B Hahn, GP Strauss, JA Waltz
Neuropsychology review 19 (3), 294, 2009
Performance effects of nicotine during selective attention, divided attention, and simple stimulus detection: an fMRI study
B Hahn, TJ Ross, FA Wolkenberg, DM Shakleya, MA Huestis, EA Stein
Cerebral Cortex 19 (9), 1990-2000, 2009
Failure of schizophrenia patients to overcome salient distractors during working memory encoding
B Hahn, BM Robinson, ST Kaiser, AN Harvey, VM Beck, CJ Leonard, ...
Biological psychiatry 68 (7), 603-609, 2010
Nicotine-induced attentional enhancement in rats: effects of chronic exposure to nicotine
B Hahn, IP Stolerman
Neuropsychopharmacology 27 (5), 712-722, 2002
Involvement of the prefrontal cortex but not the dorsal hippocampus in the attention-enhancing effects of nicotine in rats
B Hahn, M Shoaib, IP Stolerman
Psychopharmacology 168 (3), 271-279, 2003
A test of the cognitive self-medication hypothesis of tobacco smoking in schizophrenia
B Hahn, AN Harvey, M Concheiro-Guisan, MA Huestis, HH Holcomb, ...
Biological psychiatry 74 (6), 436-443, 2013
Toward the neural mechanisms of reduced working memory capacity in schizophrenia
CJ Leonard, ST Kaiser, BM Robinson, ES Kappenman, B Hahn, JM Gold, ...
Cerebral Cortex 23 (7), 1582-1592, 2013
Divided versus selective attention: Evidence for common processing mechanisms
B Hahn, FA Wolkenberg, TJ Ross, CS Myers, SJ Heishman, DJ Stein, ...
Brain research 1215, 137-146, 2008
Selective nicotinic receptor antagonists: effects on attention and nicotine-induced attentional enhancement
B Hahn, M Shoaib, IP Stolerman
Psychopharmacology 217 (1), 75, 2011
Visuospatial attention in schizophrenia: deficits in broad monitoring.
B Hahn, BM Robinson, AN Harvey, ST Kaiser, CJ Leonard, SJ Luck, ...
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (1), 119, 2012
Kappa-opioid receptor modulation of nicotine-induced behaviour
B Hahn, IP Stolerman, M Shoaib
Neuropharmacology 39 (13), 2848-2855, 2000
Kraepelin and Bleuler had it right: People with schizophrenia have deficits sustaining attention over time.
B Hahn, BM Robinson, ST Kaiser, TM Matveeva, AN Harvey, SJ Luck, ...
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (3), 641, 2012
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