Keisuke Fukuda
Keisuke Fukuda
University of Toronto Mississauga
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TitleCited byYear
Human variation in overriding attentional capture
K Fukuda, EK Vogel
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (27), 8726-8733, 2009
Working memory and fluid intelligence: Capacity, attention control, and secondary memory retrieval
N Unsworth, K Fukuda, E Awh, EK Vogel
Cognitive psychology 71, 1-26, 2014
Quantity, not quality: The relationship between fluid intelligence and working memory capacity
K Fukuda, E Vogel, U Mayr, E Awh
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17 (5), 673-679, 2010
Discrete capacity limits in visual working memory
K Fukuda, E Awh, EK Vogel
Current opinion in neurobiology 20 (2), 177-182, 2010
Individual differences in recovery time from attentional capture
K Fukuda, EK Vogel
Psychological science 22 (3), 361-368, 2011
Neural limits to representing objects still within view
H Tsubomi, K Fukuda, K Watanabe, EK Vogel
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (19), 8257-8263, 2013
The contribution of attentional lapses to individual differences in visual working memory capacity
KCS Adam, I Mance, K Fukuda, EK Vogel
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (8), 1601-1616, 2015
α power modulation and event-related slow wave provide dissociable correlates of visual working memory
K Fukuda, I Mance, EK Vogel
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (41), 14009-14016, 2015
There’s more to anxiety than meets the eye: Isolating threat-related attentional engagement and disengagement biases.
G Sheppes, R Luria, K Fukuda, JJ Gross
Emotion 13 (3), 520, 2013
Working memory delay activity predicts individual differences in cognitive abilities
N Unsworth, K Fukuda, E Awh, EK Vogel
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (5), 853-865, 2015
Prolonged disengagement from attentional capture in normal aging.
N Cashdollar, K Fukuda, A Bocklage, S Aurtenetxe, EK Vogel, A Gazzaley
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 77, 2013
Using transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) to understand cognitive processing
RMG Reinhart, JD Cosman, K Fukuda, GF Woodman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (1), 3-23, 2017
Visual working memory continues to develop through adolescence
E Isbell, K Fukuda, HJ Neville, EK Vogel
Frontiers in psychology 6, 696, 2015
Impaired contingent attentional capture predicts reduced working memory capacity in schizophrenia
JS Mayer, K Fukuda, EK Vogel, S Park
PloS one 7 (11), 2012
Distinct neural mechanisms for spatially lateralized and spatially global visual working memory representations
K Fukuda, MS Kang, GF Woodman
Journal of neurophysiology 116 (4), 1715-1727, 2016
Individual differences in visual working memory capacity: Contributions of attentional control to storage
K Fukuda, GF Woodman, EK Vogel
Mechanisms of Sensory Working Memory: Attention and Perfomance XXV 105, 2015
Visual working memory buffers information retrieved from visual long-term memory
K Fukuda, GF Woodman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (20), 5306-5311, 2017
Predicting and improving recognition memory using multiple electrophysiological signals in real time
K Fukuda, GF Woodman
Psychological science 26 (7), 1026-1037, 2015
Evidence for a fixed capacity limit in attending multiple locations
EF Ester, K Fukuda, LM May, EK Vogel, E Awh
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14 (1), 62-77, 2014
In mind and out of phase
EK Vogel, K Fukuda
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (50), 21017-21018, 2009
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