Kara J Blacker
Kara J Blacker
Naval Medical Research Unit - Dayton
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Effects of action video game training on visual working memory.
KJ Blacker, KM Curby, E Klobusicky, JM Chein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (5 …, 2014
Perceiving nasal patency through mucosal cooling rather than air temperature or nasal resistance
K Zhao, K Blacker, Y Luo, B Bryant, J Jiang
PLoS One 6 (10), e24618, 2011
Enhanced visual short-term memory in action video game players
KJ Blacker, KM Curby
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 1128-1136, 2013
Regional peak mucosal cooling predicts the perception of nasal patency
K Zhao, J Jiang, K Blacker, B Lyman, P Dalton, BJ Cowart, EA Pribitkin
The Laryngoscope 124 (3), 589-595, 2014
Cognitive training for military application: a review of the literature and practical guide
KJ Blacker, J Hamilton, G Roush, KA Pettijohn, AT Biggs
Journal of cognitive enhancement 3, 30-51, 2019
N-back versus complex span working memory training
KJ Blacker, S Negoita, JB Ewen, SM Courtney
Journal of cognitive enhancement 1, 434-454, 2017
Frontoparietal neurostimulation modulates working memory training benefits and oscillatory synchronization
KT Jones, DJ Peterson, KJ Blacker, ME Berryhill
Brain research 1667, 28-40, 2017
Disrupting perceptual grouping of face parts impairs holistic face processing
KM Curby, RR Goldstein, K Blacker
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 83-91, 2013
Keeping track of where we are: Spatial working memory in navigation
KJ Blacker, SM Weisberg, NS Newcombe, SM Courtney
Visual Cognition 25 (7-8), 691-702, 2017
Measuring lethal force performance in the lab: The effects of simulator realism and participant experience
KJ Blacker, KA Pettijohn, G Roush, AT Biggs
Human factors 63 (7), 1141-1155, 2021
Acceptance-versus change-based pain management: the role of psychological acceptance
KJ Blacker, JD Herbert, EM Forman, J Kounios
Behavior modification 36 (1), 37-48, 2012
Maintenance of relational information in working memory leads to suppression of the sensory cortex
A Ikkai, KJ Blacker, BM Lakshmanan, JB Ewen, SM Courtney
Journal of Neurophysiology 112 (8), 1903-1915, 2014
The role of alpha oscillations in deriving and maintaining spatial relations in working memory
KJ Blacker, A Ikkai, BM Lakshmanan, JB Ewen, SM Courtney
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16, 888-901, 2016
How unintentional cues can bias threat assessments during shoot/don't-shoot simulations
AT Biggs, D Pistone, M Riggenbach, JA Hamilton, KJ Blacker
Applied Ergonomics 95, 103451, 2021
Time course of recovery from acute hypoxia exposure as measured by vigilance and event-related potentials
KJ Blacker, DG McHail
Physiology & Behavior 239, 113508, 2021
Modulation of peak alpha frequency oscillations during working memory is greater in females than males
TR Ghazi, KJ Blacker, TT Hinault, SM Courtney
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 626406, 2021
Distinct neural substrates for maintaining locations and spatial relations in working memory
KJ Blacker, SM Courtney
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 594, 2016
Impaired sensory processing during low-oxygen exposure: A noninvasive approach to detecting changes in cognitive states
TR Seech, ME Funke, RF Sharp, GA Light, KJ Blacker
Frontiers in psychiatry 11, 12, 2020
Deficits in visual processing during hypoxia as evidenced by visual mismatch negativity
KJ Blacker, TR Seech, ME Funke, MJ Kinney
Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance 92 (5), 326-332, 2021
What versus how in visual search: Effects of object recognition training, strategy training, and non-invasive brain stimulation on satellite image search
KJ Blacker, C Peltier, RA McKinley, AT Biggs
Journal of Cognitive Enhancement 4 (2), 131-144, 2020
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