Benjamin Tamber-Rosenau
Benjamin Tamber-Rosenau
Other namesBenjamin J. Tamber-Rosenau, Benjamin J. Rosenau
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Avoiding non-independence in fMRI data analysis: leave one subject out
M Esterman, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, YC Chiu, S Yantis
Neuroimage 50 (2), 572-576, 2010
Decoding cognitive control in human parietal cortex
M Esterman, YC Chiu, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, S Yantis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (42), 17974-17979, 2009
Cortical mechanisms of cognitive control for shifting attention in vision and working memory
BJ Tamber-Rosenau, M Esterman, YC Chiu, S Yantis
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (10), 2905-2919, 2011
Human adult cortical reorganization and consequent visual distortion
DD Dilks, JT Serences, BJ Rosenau, S Yantis, M McCloskey
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (36), 9585-9594, 2007
Estimating linear cortical magnification in human primary visual cortex via dynamic programming
A Qiu, BJ Rosenau, AS Greenberg, MK Hurdal, P Barta, S Yantis, MI Miller
Neuroimage 31 (1), 125-138, 2006
Expertise effects in face-selective areas are robust to clutter and diverted attention, but not to competition
RW McGugin, AE Van Gulick, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, DA Ross, I Gauthier
Cerebral Cortex 25 (9), 2610-2622, 2015
Amodal processing in human prefrontal cortex
BJ Tamber-Rosenau, PE Dux, MN Tombu, CL Asplund, R Marois
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (28), 11573-11587, 2013
Functional dissociation of the inferior frontal junction from the dorsal attention network in top-down attentional control
BJ Tamber-Rosenau, CL Asplund, R Marois
Journal of neurophysiology 120 (5), 2498-2512, 2018
Central attention is serial, but midlevel and peripheral attention are parallel—A hypothesis
BJ Tamber-Rosenau, R Marois
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 1874-1888, 2016
Crowding in visual working memory reveals its spatial resolution and the nature of its representations
BJ Tamber-Rosenau, AR Fintzi, R Marois
Psychological Science 26 (9), 1511-1521, 2015
The role of experience in the face-selective response in right FFA
RW McGugin, KF Ryan, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, I Gauthier
Cerebral Cortex 28 (6), 2071-2084, 2018
High-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging reveals configural processing of cars in right anterior fusiform face area of car experts
DA Ross, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, TJ Palmeri, JD Zhang, Y Xu, I Gauthier
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (7), 973-984, 2018
Thickness of deep layers in the fusiform face area predicts face recognition
RW McGugin, AT Newton, B Tamber-Rosenau, A Tomarken, I Gauthier
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 32 (7), 1316-1329, 2020
Reevaluating the sensory recruitment model by manipulating crowding in visual working memory representations
H Yörük, LA Santacroce, BJ Tamber-Rosenau
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 27 (6), 1383-1396, 2020
Prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) has a domain-specific impact on bilingual language control.
KA Vaughn, EM Watlington, P Linares Abrego, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (5), 996-1007, 2021
Visual imagery of faces and cars in face-selective visual areas
MA Sunday, RW McGugin, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, I Gauthier
PloS one 13 (9), e0205041, 2018
Nontarget emotional stimuli must be highly conspicuous to modulate the attentional blink
LA Santacroce, BJ Carlos, N Petro, BJ Tamber-Rosenau
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83, 1971-1991, 2021
The neural basis of temporal individuation and its capacity limits in the human brain
CK Naughtin, BJ Tamber-Rosenau, PE Dux
Journal of Neurophysiology 118 (5), 2601-2613, 2017
Localizing retinotopic fMRI activation in human primary visual cortex via dynamic programming
A Qiu, BJ Rosenau, AS Greenberg, P Barta, S Yantis, MI Miller
2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference, 1313-1316, 2006
A domain-independent source of cognitive control for shifting attention in vision and working memory
BJ Rosenau, M Esterman, YC Chiu, S Yantis
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 164-164, 2009
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