Katieann Skogsberg
Katieann Skogsberg
Associate professor of Behavioral Neuroscience, Centre College
Verified email at centre.edu
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Do psychology and biology majors differ in their study processes and learning styles?
K Skogsberg, M Clump
College Student Journal 37 (1), 27-34, 2003
622003
Differences in learning styles of college students attending similar universities in different geographic locations
MA Clump, K Skogsberg
College Student Journal 37 (4), 501-508, 2003
532003
P300-based Stroop study with low probability and target Stroop oddballs: the evidence still favors the response selection hypothesis
JP Rosenfeld, KR Skogsberg
International Journal of Psychophysiology 60 (3), 240-250, 2006
332006
A relational structure of voluntary visual-attention abilities.
KA Skogsberg, M Grabowecky, J Wilt, W Revelle, L Iordanescu, S Suzuki
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 41 (3), 761, 2015
62015
Multiple modes of voluntary visual attention: Analysis of within test reliability, between group differences, and the interrelationships among tests of voluntary visual attention
KA Skogsberg
Northwestern University, 2008
12008
An investigation of relationships among visual-attention processes
M Grabowecky, L Iordanescu, KA Skogsberg, S Novis, M Rock, S Suzuki
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 949, 2006
2006
Quantitative EEG activity as a predictor of performance on visual attention tasks
KA Skogsberg, YJ Kim, MA Lui, L Iordanescu, M Grabowecky, S Suzuki
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 43, S92-S92, 2006
2006
Stroop effect does not correlate with P300 latency with oddball (rare) target neutral and inconruent stimuli
JP Rosenfeld, K Skogsberg
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 41, S86-S86, 2004
2004
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