Francesca Fortenbaugh
Francesca Fortenbaugh
VA Boston Healthcare System; Harvard Medical School
Verified email at hms.harvard.edu
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Sustained attention across the life span in a sample of 10,000: dissociating ability and strategy
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, L Germine, JB Wilmer, M Grosso, K Russo, ...
Psychological science 26 (9), 1497-1510, 2015
972015
Recent theoretical, neural, and clinical advances in sustained attention research
FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1396 (1), 70, 2017
862017
Losing sight of the bigger picture: Peripheral field loss compresses representations of space
FC Fortenbaugh, JC Hicks, L Hao, KA Turano
Vision research 47 (19), 2506-2520, 2007
462007
Visual spatial attention enhances the amplitude of positive and negative fMRI responses to visual stimulation in an eccentricity-dependent manner
DW Bressler, FC Fortenbaugh, LC Robertson, MA Silver
Vision research 85, 104-112, 2013
442013
When here becomes there: attentional distribution modulates foveal bias in peripheral localization
FC Fortenbaugh, LC Robertson
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (3), 809-828, 2011
312011
The effect of peripheral visual field loss on representations of space: evidence for distortion and adaptation
FC Fortenbaugh, JC Hicks, KA Turano
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 49 (6), 2765-2772, 2008
302008
Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention: A robust replication and extension
FC Fortenbaugh, D Rothlein, R McGlinchey, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Neuroimage 171, 148-164, 2018
282018
Individual differences in visual field shape modulate the effects of attention on the lower visual field advantage in crowding
FC Fortenbaugh, MA Silver, LC Robertson
Journal of Vision 15 (2), 19-19, 2015
282015
Rapid changes in visual-spatial attention distort object shape
FC Fortenbaugh, W Prinzmetal, LC Robertson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (2), 287-294, 2011
282011
Where does attention go when it moves?: Spatial properties and locus of the attentional repulsion effect
AA Kosovicheva, FC Fortenbaugh, LC Robertson
Journal of Vision 10 (12), 33-33, 2010
232010
Exploring the edges of visual space: The influence of visual boundaries on peripheral localization
FC Fortenbaugh, S Sanghvi, MA Silver, LC Robertson
Journal of Vision 12 (2), 19-19, 2012
172012
Time-of-day variation in sustained attentional control
E Riley, M Esterman, FC Fortenbaugh, J DeGutis
Chronobiology international 34 (7), 993-1001, 2017
162017
Scene perception from central to peripheral vision
LC Loschky, A Nuthmann, FC Fortenbaugh, DM Levi
Journal of vision 17 (1), 6-6, 2017
142017
High-speed navigators: Using more than what meets the eye
FC Fortenbaugh, JC Hicks, L Hao, KA Turano
Journal of Vision 6 (5), 3-3, 2006
132006
Trauma-related psychiatric and behavioral conditions are uniquely associated with sustained attention dysfunction.
M Esterman, FC Fortenbaugh, ME Pierce, JR Fonda, J DeGutis, ...
Neuropsychology 33 (5), 711, 2019
122019
Gender differences in cue preference during path integration in virtual environments
FC Fortenbaugh, S Chaudhury, JC Hicks, L Hao, KA Turano
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 4 (1), 6-es, 2007
122007
Interpersonal early‐life trauma alters amygdala connectivity and sustained attention performance
FC Fortenbaugh, V Corbo, V Poole, R McGlinchey, W Milberg, D Salat, ...
Brain and Behavior 7 (5), e00684, 2017
112017
Spatial distortions in localization and midline estimation in hemianopia and normal vision
FC Fortenbaugh, TM VanVleet, MA Silver, LC Robertson
Vision Research 111, 1-12, 2015
112015
A technique for simulating visual field losses in virtual environments to study human navigation
FC Fortenbaugh, JC Hicks, L Hao, KA Turano
Behavior research methods 39 (3), 552-560, 2007
82007
Changes in the distribution of sustained attention alter the perceived structure of visual space
FC Fortenbaugh, LC Robertson, M Esterman
Vision research 131, 26-36, 2017
62017
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