Joe DeGutis
Joe DeGutis
VA Boston Healthcare System, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School
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In the zone or zoning out? Tracking behavioral and neural fluctuations during sustained attention
M Esterman, SK Noonan, M Rosenberg, J DeGutis
Cerebral cortex 23 (11), 2712-2723, 2013
Order information in working memory: fMRI evidence for parietal and prefrontal mechanisms
C Marshuetz, EE Smith, J Jonides, J DeGutis, TL Chenevert
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (Supplement 2), 130-144, 2000
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
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), 70-91, 2017
Using regression to measure holistic face processing reveals a strong link with face recognition ability
J DeGutis, J Wilmer, RJ Mercado, S Cohan
Cognition 126 (1), 87-100, 2013
Searching for the backfire effect: Measurement and design considerations
B Swire-Thompson, J DeGutis, D Lazer
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 9 (3), 286-299, 2020
Category-specific modulation of inferior temporal activity during working memory encoding and maintenance
C Ranganath, J DeGutis, M D'Esposito
Cognitive Brain Research 20 (1), 37-45, 2004
Sustaining visual attention in the face of distraction: a novel gradual-onset continuous performance task
M Rosenberg, S Noonan, J DeGutis, M Esterman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 426-439, 2013
Functional plasticity in ventral temporal cortex following cognitive rehabilitation of a congenital prosopagnosic
JM DeGutis, S Bentin, LC Robertson, M d'Esposito
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (11), 1790-1802, 2007
Too many trees to see the forest: performance, event-related potential, and functional magnetic resonance imaging manifestations of integrative congenital prosopagnosia
S Bentin, JM DeGutis, M D'Esposito, LC Robertson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (1), 132-146, 2007
Holistic processing of the mouth but not the eyes in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, K Nakayama
Cognitive Neuropsychology 29 (5-6), 419-446, 2012
Posttraumatic psychological symptoms are associated with reduced inhibitory control, not general executive dysfunction
J DeGutis, M Esterman, B McCulloch, A Rosenblatt, W Milberg, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 21 (5), 342-352, 2015
Holistic face training enhances face processing in developmental prosopagnosia
J DeGutis, S Cohan, K Nakayama
Brain 137 (6), 1781-1798, 2014
Reward reveals dissociable aspects of sustained attention.
M Esterman, A Reagan, G Liu, C Turner, J DeGutis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (6), 2287, 2014
Tonic and phasic alertness training: a novel behavioral therapy to improve spatial and non-spatial attention in patients with hemispatial neglect
JM DeGutis, TM Van Vleet
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 60, 2010
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
Face processing improvements in prosopagnosia: successes and failures over the last 50 years
JM DeGutis, C Chiu, ME Grosso, S Cohan
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 561, 2014
Anticipation of monetary reward can attenuate the vigilance decrement
M Esterman, M Grosso, G Liu, A Mitko, R Morris, J DeGutis
PloS one 11 (7), e0159741, 2016
Individual differences in holistic processing predict the own-race advantage in recognition memory
J DeGutis, RJ Mercado, J Wilmer, A Rosenblatt
PLoS One 8 (4), e58253, 2013
Intrinsic functional connectivity predicts individual differences in distractibility
VN Poole, ME Robinson, O Singleton, J DeGutis, WP Milberg, ...
Neuropsychologia 86, 176-182, 2016
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