Joshua Sandry
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Subjective cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis depends on task length
J Sandry, HM Genova, E Dobryakova, J DeLuca, G Wylie
Frontiers in neurology 5, 214, 2014
False feedback increases detection of low-prevalence targets in visual search
J Schwark, J Sandry, J MacDonald, I Dolgov
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 1583-1589, 2012
The Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) is sensitive but non-specific in MS: Lexical access speed, memory, and information processing speed independently contribute to SDMT …
J Sandry, DV Simonet, R Brandstadter, S Krieger, IK Sand, RA Graney, ...
Multiple sclerosis and related disorders 51, 102950, 2021
Adaptive memory: Evaluating alternative forms of fitness-relevant processing in the survival processing paradigm
J Sandry, D Trafimow, M Marks, S Rice
Plos one 8, e60868, 2013
Searching for the neural basis of reserve against memory decline: intellectual enrichment linked to larger hippocampal volume in multiple sclerosis
JF Sumowski, MA Rocca, VM Leavitt, G Riccitelli, J Sandry, J DeLuca, ...
European journal of neurology 23 (1), 39-44, 2016
Working memory capacity links cognitive reserve with long-term memory in moderate to severe TBI: a translational approach
J Sandry, J DeLuca, N Chiaravalloti
Journal of neurology 262 (1), 59-64, 2015
An RCT to treat learning impairment in traumatic brain injury: the TBI-MEM trial
ND Chiaravalloti, J Sandry, NB Moore, J DeLuca
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 30 (6), 539-550, 2016
Working memory mediates the relationship between intellectual enrichment and long-term memory in multiple sclerosis: an exploratory analysis of cognitive reserve
J Sandry, JF Sumowski
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 20 (8), 868-872, 2014
Prevalence-based decisions undermine visual search
JD Schwark, J MacDonald, J Sandry, I Dolgov
Visual Cognition 21 (5), 541-568, 2013
Evidence for a positive relationship between working-memory capacity and detection of low-prevalence targets in visual search
J Schwark, J Sandry, I Dolgov
Perception 42 (1), 112-114, 2013
Do familiar memory items decay?
TJ Ricker, J Sandry, E Vergauwe, N Cowan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (1), 60, 2020
Poor encoding and weak early consolidation underlie memory acquisition deficits in multiple sclerosis: Retroactive interference, processing speed, or working memory?
J Sandry, M Zuppichini, J Rothberg, Z Valdespino-Hayden, J DeLuca
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 34 (2), 162-182, 2019
Flexibility within working memory and the focus of attention for sequential verbal information does not depend on active maintenance
J Sandry, JD Schwark, J MacDonald
Memory & Cognition 42, 1130-1142, 2014
General mathematical ability predicts PASAT performance in MS patients: Implications for clinical interpretation and cognitive reserve
J Sandry, J Paxton, JF Sumowski
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 22 (3), 375-378, 2016
Retention of a time pressure heuristic in a target identification task
S Rice, D Keller, D Trafimow, J Sandry
The Journal of General Psychology: Experimental, Psychological, and …, 2010
Using signal detection theory to better understand cognitive fatigue
GR Wylie, B Yao, J Sandry, J DeLuca
Frontiers in psychology 11, 579188, 2021
Prioritization within visual working memory reflects a flexible focus of attention
J Sandry, TJ Ricker
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82, 2985-3004, 2020
The relationship between masking and short‐term consolidation during recall from visual working memory
TJ Ricker, J Sandry
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1424 (1), 91-101, 2018
Attentional flexibility and prioritization improves long-term memory
J Sandry, MD Zuppichini, TJ Ricker
Acta Psychologica 208, 103104, 2020
Cognitive contributions to differences in learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
KS Chiou, J Sandry, ND Chiaravalloti
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 37 (10), 1074-1085, 2015
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