Kelly Grace Garner
Kelly Grace Garner
Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland
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Methylphenidate but not atomoxetine or citalopram modulates inhibitory control and response time variability
LS Nandam, R Hester, J Wagner, TDR Cummins, K Garner, AJ Dean, ...
Biological psychiatry 69 (9), 902-904, 2011
The serotonin transporter gene alters sensitivity to attention bias modification: evidence for a plasticity gene
E Fox, K Zougkou, A Ridgewell, K Garner
Biological Psychiatry 70 (11), 1049-1054, 2011
Do TETRA (Airwave) base station signals have a short-term impact on health and well-being? A randomized double-blind provocation study
D Wallace, S Eltiti, A Ridgewell, K Garner, R Russo, F Sepulveda, ...
Environmental health perspectives 118 (6), 735-741, 2010
Training conquers multitasking costs by dividing task representations in the frontoparietal-subcortical system
KG Garner, PE Dux
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (46), 14372-14377, 2015
Cognitive and physiological responses in humans exposed to a TETRA base station signal in relation to perceived electromagnetic hypersensitivity
D Wallace, S Eltiti, A Ridgewell, K Garner, R Russo, F Sepulveda, ...
Bioelectromagnetics 33 (1), 23-39, 2012
On the relationship between response selection and response inhibition: An individual differences approach
AD Bender, HL Filmer, KG Garner, CK Naughtin, PE Dux
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (8), 2420-2432, 2016
The influence of training on the attentional blink and psychological refractory period
KG Garner, MN Tombu, PE Dux
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (4), 979-999, 2014
Prefrontal cortex structure predicts training-induced improvements in multitasking performance
A Verghese, KG Garner, JB Mattingley, PE Dux
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (9), 2638-2645, 2016
Transfer of training benefits requires rules we cannot see (or hear).
KG Garner, CR Lynch, PE Dux
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (8 …, 2016
Attentional asymmetries in a visual orienting task are related to temperament
KG Garner, PE Dux, J Wagner, TDR Cummins, CD Chambers, ...
Cognition & emotion 26 (8), 1508-1515, 2012
Transferability of training benefits differs across neural events: Evidence from ERPs
KG Garner, N Matthews, RW Remington, PE Dux
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 27 (10), 2079-2094, 2015
Decision-making training reduces the attentional blink.
A Verghese, JB Mattingley, KG Garner, PE Dux
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (2), 195, 2018
K Garner
The University of Queensland, 2020
Cognitive capacity limits are remediated by practice-induced plasticity between the Putamen and Pre-Supplementary Motor Area
K Garner, MI Garrido, PE Dux
bioRxiv, 564450, 2020
Incentive value and spatial certainty combine additively to determine visual priorities
KG Garner, H Bowman, JE Raymond
bioRxiv, 188045, 2019
Value associations combine additively with spatial cues to bias selective visual attention.
J Raymond, K Garner
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 1248-1248, 2018
Reward value predictions combine additively with spatial cues to bias visual attention
JE Raymond, KG Garner
F1000Research 7, 2018
Distinct selection mechanisms for when predictions and rewards guide visual selective-attention
KG Garner, JE Raymond
bioRxiv, 188045, 2017
Generation Multi
K Garner, P Dux
Australasian Science 37 (4), 34, 2016
Queensland Attention and Control Lab-Garner and Dux MRI Scan Dataset
K Garner, P Dux
The University of Queensland, 2015
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