Christine Salahub
Christine Salahub
University Health Network
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Electrophysiological correlates of the flexible allocation of visual working memory resources
C Salahub, HA Lockhart, B Dube, N Al-Aidroos, SM Emrich
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
182019
Fear not! Anxiety biases attentional enhancement of threat without impairing working memory filtering
C Salahub, SM Emrich
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 20 (6), 1248-1260, 2020
52020
ERP evidence for temporal independence of set size and object updating in object substitution masking
CM Salahub, SM Emrich
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 80 (2), 387-401, 2018
42018
Tuning perception: Visual working memory biases the quality of visual awareness
CM Salahub, SM Emrich
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (6), 1854-1859, 2016
42016
Drawn to distraction: Anxiety impairs neural suppression of known distractor features in visual search
C Salahub, SM Emrich
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 33 (8), 1504-1516, 2021
2021
Electrophysiological measures of flexible attentional control and visual working memory maintenance
C Salahub
Brock University, 2021
2021
Divergent effects of positive and negative cueing on target enhancement and distractor suppression
C Salahub, S Emrich
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 782-782, 2020
2020
Neural markers of visual working memory encoding and maintenance track attentional prioritization
C Salahub, HA Lockhart, B Dube, N Al-Aidroos, SM Emrich
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 90b-90b, 2019
2019
ERP measures of target and distractor processing are affected by attentional prioritization
C Salahub, B Dube, N Al-Aidroos, S Emrich
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 474-474, 2018
2018
The Effect of Emotion on Processing Distractor Items in a Visual Working Memory Task
C Salahub, S Emrich
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 868-868, 2017
2017
An Investigation into ERP Measures of Attention and Awareness using Object-Substitution Masking
C Salahub
Brock University, 2016
2016
Tuning perception: the content of visual working memory biases the quality of visual awareness
C Salahub, S Emrich
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 687-687, 2016
2016
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