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Executive Function

Marie T. Banich
2009 Current Directions in Psychological Science  
Marie T. Banich  ...  Hence, a new task set with (Banich et al., 2000; Milham & Banich, 2005; Milham, Banich, Claus, & Cohen, 2003; Milham et al., 2002) would explain performance on the Stroop task.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8721.2009.01615.x fatcat:w2uh7xaw25benhch4jq4jvck7q

Interhemispheric integration in psychopathic offenders

Mabel Lopez, David S. Kosson, Daniel H. Weissman, Marie T. Banich
2007 Neuropsychology  
Banich.  ...  ) becomes more advantageous to performance relative to within-field processing (Banich & Belger, 1990; Passarotti, Banich, Sood, & Wang, 2002; Weissman & Banich, 2000) , a finding also replicated by other  ... 
doi:10.1037/0894-4105.21.1.82 pmid:17201532 fatcat:u7b3vomjxzd7lf6twhv4vkxl3q

A hemispheric division of labor aids mental rotation

Kazuhito Yoshizaki, Daniel H. Weissman, Marie T. Banich
2007 Neuropsychology  
Recently, Banich and colleagues (Banich, 1998; Banich & Belger, 1990 ) have proposed that a division of processing across the hemispheres increases the processing capacity of the brain.  ...  the left and right visual fields) becomes more advantageous to performance relative to withinfield processing (e.g., Banich & Belger, 1990; Belger & Banich, 1992; Passarotti, Banich, Sood, & Wang, 2002  ... 
doi:10.1037/0894-4105.21.3.326 pmid:17484596 fatcat:2la3f7kodrcfbfge5wmbionzla

The neural mechanisms underlying internally and externally guided task selection

Joseph M. Orr, Marie T. Banich
2014 NeuroImage  
27) = 6.97, p b .001), primary somatosensory cortex (explicit: −0.004%, voluntary: −0.09%; t(27) = 3.24, p b .005), as well as right IFG triangularis (explicit: −0.16%, voluntary: −0.25%, t(27) = 6.63,  ...  Randomize produces corrected 1-p maps, which we used to mask t-score maps for all figures and tables.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.08.047 pmid:23994316 pmcid:PMC3849139 fatcat:r7mmufgfcfaj5blwsz5tuzvdeq

Trait rumination and inhibitory deficits in long-term memory

Anson J. Whitmer, Marie T. Banich
2010 Cognition & Emotion  
Prior research has shown that individuals who tend to ruminate about dysphoric moods have difficulties with inhibitory processes in working memory (Joormann, 2006; Whitmer & Banich, 2007) .  ...  WHITMER AND BANICH If rumination was not included in the model, increased depression was unrelated to inhibition, r0.003, t(65)0.024, p0.981.  ...  65)0 (1.96, p0.055, and RRQ-rumin, r0 (.216, t(65)0 (1.78, p0.08, but not to scores on the RRQ-reflection scale, r0 (.122, t(65)0 (0.995, p0.323.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02699930802645762 fatcat:xdvry4dhgjdtrgx3vzb7x2hgk4

Suppression of Emotional and Nonemotional Content in Memory

Brendan E. Depue, Marie T. Banich, Tim Curran
2006 Psychological Science  
In the training phase, the average number of training cycles was smaller for negative words (M 5 2.04, SD 5 0.69) than for neutral words (M 5 2.31, SD 5 0.84), t(41) 5 2.7, p rep 5 .99, Z 2 5 .15.  ...  Ratings of word valence and arousal were tested with item t scores to make sure that the negative words had significantly more negative affect than the neutral words ( p < .05), and that the two groups  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2006.01725.x pmid:16683933 pmcid:PMC2878760 fatcat:ofesct5d2rhvjdmwvp2eykczam

Inhibition Versus Switching Deficits in Different Forms of Rumination

Anson J. Whitmer, Marie T. Banich
2007 Psychological Science  
The PSWQ did not predict set inhibition, t(38) 5 À1.279, p 5 .209, or set-switching costs, t(38) 5 1.686, p 5 .10.  ...  However, reflection did, t(47) 5 2.422, p 5 .19, r 5 .333.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01936.x pmid:17576269 fatcat:grnue273wffkhcj4axwwjdm4ci

The Missing Link: The Role of Interhemispheric Interaction in Attentional Processing

Marie T. Banich
1998 Brain and Cognition  
In our studies we have used a variety of stimuli including digits (Banich & Belger, 1990, Exps. 2 & 3) , letters (Banich & Belger, 1990, Exp. 1; Belger & Banich, 1992) , and geometric shapes (Banich  ...  , 1992; Belger & Banich, in press) .  ... 
doi:10.1006/brcg.1997.0950 pmid:9520311 fatcat:m7ao6m4qczckdloxo5nd4axqtm

Hemispheric biases and the control of visuospatial attention: an ERP study

Kevin M Spencer, Marie T Banich
2005 BMC Neuroscience  
The overall mean CFT score was -0.202, which did not significantly differ from the population estimate (t[23] = 1.56, p = 0.132).  ...  By subtracting the population mean CFT score from each individual's score, we found that the absolute degree of hemispheric utilization bias was larger for the LH-Bias group than the RH-Bias group (t  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-51 pmid:16120226 pmcid:PMC1208900 fatcat:w6vd5ysgdfgxtkr4deiby5cq6a

Genetic and environmental influence on the human functional connectome [article]

Andrew E. Reineberg, Alexander S. Hatoum, John K. Hewitt, Marie T. Banich, Naomi P. Friedman
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
F., Behrens, T. E. J., Woolrich, M. W., and Smith, S. M. (2012). FSL. NeuroImage, 62(2):782-90. et al., 2015] Smith, S. M., Nichols, T. E., Vidaurre, D., Winkler, A. M., Behrens, T. E.  ...  LTS HCP region network Mean A Mean A within Mean A between t p Mean A Mean A within Mean A between t p 12 Uncertain 0.077 0.024 0.083 -3.084 0.002 0.142 0.082 0.149 -3.043 0.003  ... 
doi:10.1101/277996 fatcat:gyg4kc3jqzcrnkaqmbaoir7wfa

The cerebral hemispheres cooperate to perform complex but not simple tasks

Daniel H. Weissman, Marie T. Banich
2000 Neuropsychology  
Banich and colleagues (e.g., Banich, 1995; Banich & Belger, 1990; Weissman & Banich, 1999) have suggested that the dynamic effect of interhemispheric cooperation on performance may be expinned by an  ...  , 1999; Weissman & Banich, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.1037//0894-4105.14.1.41 pmid:10674797 fatcat:5kqvr56khnc4plvi5ixphbaz3i

The cerebral hemispheres cooperate to perform complex but not simple tasks

Daniel H. Weissman, Marie T. Banich
2000 Neuropsychology  
Banich and colleagues (e.g., Banich, 1995; Banich & Belger, 1990; Weissman & Banich, 1999) have suggested that the dynamic effect of interhemispheric cooperation on performance may be expinned by an  ...  , 1999; Weissman & Banich, 1999) .  ... 
doi:10.1037/0894-4105.14.1.41 fatcat:fhz4t47dl5dcplhb26ckgcaqky

Large-scale meta-analysis suggests low regional modularity in lateral frontal cortex [article]

Alejandro de la Vega, Tal Yarkoni, Tor D Wager, Marie T Banich
2016 bioRxiv   pre-print
Extensive fMRI study of human lateral frontal cortex (LFC) has yet to yield a consensus mapping between discrete anatomy and psychological states, partly due to the difficulty of inferring mental states in individual studies. Here, we used a data-driven approach to generate a comprehensive functional-anatomical mapping of LFC from 11,406 neuroimaging studies. We identified putatively separable LFC regions on the basis of whole-brain co-activation, revealing 14 clusters organized into three
more » ... -brain networks. Next, we used multivariate classification to identify the psychological states that best predicted activity in each sub-region, resulting in preferential psychological profiles. We observed large functional differences between networks, suggesting brain networks support distinct modes of processing. Within each network, however, we observed low functional specificity, suggesting discrete psychological states are not modularly organized. Our results are consistent with the view that individual LFC regions work as part of highly parallel, distributed networks to give rise to flexible, adaptive behavior.
doi:10.1101/083352 fatcat:mnrqvlvhzzdetgblpx7vx4v7kq

FACTORS AFFECTING COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING OF HEMIPLEGIC CHILDREN

Susan Cohen Levine, Peter Huttenlocher, Marie T. Banich, Eugene Duda
2008 Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology  
In addition, a t-test indicated that left-hemisphere lesions tended to be larger than lesions in the right hemisphere (t = 1 *66, df = 40, p=O.IO).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8749.1987.tb02104.x fatcat:gu6fffjqxbhtzamuspf2meeffq

Reward systems, cognition, and emotion: Introduction to the special issue

Marie T. Banich, Stan Floresco
2019 Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience  
Building on the tradition of CABN to report research that allows for linkages between psychological theory, neural mechanisms, and computational approaches (Banich, 2016), we have assembled a set of 21  ...  T he work by Nadig et al. (2019, this issue) demonstrates how the scope of attention can influence the effect of rewards.  ...  Building on the tradition of CABN to report research that allows for linkages between psychological theory, neural mechanisms, and computational approaches (Banich, 2016) , we have assembled a set of  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13415-019-00725-z pmid:31124052 fatcat:tgiz2unphzbefmoqkxhgrvt6cy
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