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Defenderfer, M. K., Demirayak, P., Fleming, L. L., DeCarlo, D. K., Stewart, P., & Visscher, K. M. (2023). Cortical plasticity in central vision loss: Cortical thickness and neurite structure. Human Brain Mapping.

Ho, B. D., Gullett, J. M., Anton, S., Franchetti, M. K., Bharadwaj, P. K., Raichlen, D. A., Alexander, G. E., Rundek, T., Levin, B., Visscher, K., Woods, A. J., & Cohen, R. A. (2023). Associations between physical exercise type, fluid intelligence, executive function, and processing speed in the oldest-old (85 +). GeroScience.

Biles, M. K., Maniglia, M., Yadav, I. S., Vice, J. E., & Visscher, K. M. (2023). Training with simulated scotoma leads to behavioral improvements through at least two distinct mechanisms. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 64(1), 14.

Vance, D. E., Del Bene, V. A., Kamath, V., Frank, J. S., Billings, R., Cho, D.-Y., Byun, J. Y., Jacob, A., Anderson, J. N., Visscher, K., Triebel, K., Martin, K. M., Li, W., Puga, F., & Fazeli, P. L. (2023). Does olfactory training improve brain function and cognition? A systematic review. Neuropsychology Review, 1–37.

Maniglia, M., Visscher, K. M., & Seitz, A. R. (2023). Consistency of preferred retinal locus across tasks and participants trained with a simulated scotoma. Vision Research 203, 108158.

Nolin, S. A., Cowart, H., Merritt, S., McInerney, K., Bharadwaj, P. K., Franchetti, M. K., Raichlen, D. A., Jessup, C. J., Hishaw, G. A., Van Etten, E. J., Trouard, T. P., Geldmacher, D. S., Wadley, V. G., Porges, E. S., Woods, A. J., Cohen, R. A., Levin, B. E., Rundek, T., Alexander, G. E., & Visscher, K. M. (2022). Validity of the NIH toolbox cognitive battery in a healthy oldest-old 85+ sample. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 1–10.

Vice, J. E., Biles, M. K., Maniglia, M., & Visscher, K. M. (2022). Oculomotor changes following learned use of an eccentric retinal locus. Vision Research, 201, 108126.

Demirayak, P., Deshpande, G., & Visscher, K. (2022). Laminar functional magnetic resonance imaging in vision research. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 16, 910443.

Kuhman, D., Moll, A., Reed, W., Rosenblatt, N., Visscher, K., Walker, H., & Hurt, C. P. (2022). Effects of sensory manipulations on locomotor adaptation to split-belt treadmill walking in healthy younger and older adults. IBRO Neuroscience Reports, 12, 149–156.

Kuhman, D., Kongsuk, J., Reed, W. R., Rosenblatt, N. J., Visscher, K., Walker, H., & Hurt, C. P. (2022). Effects of Advanced Age and Parkinson’s Disease on Joint-Level Kinetic Adaptations to Faster Walking Speeds. Biomechanics, 2(1), 76–86.

Leach, J. M., Edwards, L. J., Kana, R., Visscher, K., Yi, N., Aban, I., & Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. (2022). The spike-and-slab elastic net as a classification tool in Alzheimer’s disease. Plos One, 17(2), e0262367.

Maniglia, M., Visscher, K. M., & Seitz, A. R. (2021). Perspective on Vision Science-Informed Interventions for Central Vision Loss. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 15, 734970.

Defenderfer, M., Demirayak, P., and Visscher, K.M. (2021). A method for mapping retinal images in early visual cortical areas. Neuroimage 245, 118737.

Sims, S.A., Demirayak, P., Cedotal, S., and Visscher, K.M. (2021). Frontal cortical regions associated with attention connect more strongly to central than peripheral V1. Neuroimage 238, 118246. PMID: 34111516

Stavrinos, D., McManus, B., Mrug, S., Underhill, A., Albright, M. G., Svancara, A., Pawar, P., Anthony, T., & Visscher, K. (2021). Developmental trajectories of driving attention in adolescents: Preliminary findings from REACT. Traffic Injury Prevention, 22(sup1), S163–S165.

Svancara, A. M., Kana, R., Bednarz, H., Sherrod, G., Visscher, K., McManus, B., & Stavrinos, D. (2021). Time-to-Collision Estimations in Young Drivers with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Gresham, B., McManus, B., Mrug, S., Visscher, K., Anthony, T., & Stavrinos, D. (2021). Validation of the attention-related driving errors scale in novice adolescent drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 159, 106249.

Maniglia, M., Jogin, R., Visscher, K.M., and Seitz, A.R. (2020). We don’t all look the same; detailed examination of peripheral looking strategies after simulated central vision loss. J. Vis. 20, 5. PMID 32965480

Maniglia, M., Visscher, K.M., and Seitz, A.R. (2020). A method to characterize compensatory oculomotor strategies following simulated central vision loss. J. Vis. 20, 15. PMID: 32965480

Elkhetali, A. S., Fleming, L. L., Vaden, R. J., Nenert, R., Mendle, J. E., & Visscher, K. M. (2019). Background connectivity between frontal and sensory cortex depends on task state, independent of stimulus modality. NeuroImage, 184, 790–800. PMID: 30237034 Elkhetali2019.pdf

Thurman SM, Maniglia M, Davey PG, Biles MK, Visscher KM, Seitz AR (2018). Multi-line Adaptive Perimetry (MAP): A New Procedure for Quantifying Visual Field Integrity for Rapid Assessment of Macular Diseases. Translational Vision Science and Technology 2018 Sep; 7(5) 28  DOI: 10.1167/tvst.7.5.28, PMID: 30356944

Ross, LA, Webb, CE, Whitaker, C, Hicks, JM, Schmidt, EL, Samimy, S, Dennis, NA, Visscher, KM (2018) The effects of useful field of view training on brain activity and connectivity, Journal of Gerontology B Psychological Sciences Society, 2018.  Doi: 10.1093/geronb/gby041 PMID: 29757433 Ross2018.pdf

Bowman, A., Griffis, J.C., Visscher, K.M. , Dobbins, A., Gawne, T., Difrancesco, M, Szaflarski, J, (2017) Relationship between alpha rhythm and the default mode network:  An EEG-fMRI study Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 34 (6) 527-533 DOI: 10.1097/WNP.0000000000000411

Griffis, J.C., et al., Retinotopic patterns of functional connectivity between V1 and large-scale brain networks during resting fixation. NeuroImage (2017), NeuroImage, 1, 1–13. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.08.035

Burge, W. K., Griffis, J. C., Nenert, R., Elkhetali, A., DeCarlo, D. K., Ver Hoef, L. W., & … Visscher, K. M. (2016). Cortical thickness in human V1 associated with central vision loss. Scientific Reports, 623268. doi:10.1038/srep23268 pdf

Griffis, J. C., Burge, W. K., & Visscher, K. (2016). Age-dependent cortical thinning of peripheral visual field representations in primary visual cortex. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8 (October), 1–7.

Schmidt EL, Burge WK, Visscher KM, Ross LA (2016) Cortical Thickness in Frontoparietal and Cinglo-opercular Networks Predicts Executive Function Performance in Older Adults. Neuropsychology. PMID 26460586 pdf

Bays, BB, Visscher, K.M., LeDantec, C, Seitz, A (2015) Alpha-Band EEG Activity in Perceptual Learning. Journal of Vision. pdf

Griffis, J. C., Elkhetali, A. S., Vaden, R. J., Visscher, K. M. (2015) Distinct effects of trial-driven and task Set-related control in primary visual cortex. Neuroimage 120, 285–297. PMID 26163806 pdf

Griffis JC, Elkhetali AS, Burge WK, Chen RH, Visscher KM. (2015) Retinotopic patterns of background connectivity between V1 and fronto-parietal cortex are modulated by task demands. Front Hum Neurosci. Jun 8;9:338. PMID: 26106320 pdf

Elkhetali, A.S., Vaden, R.J., Pool, S.M., Visscher, K.M. (2015) Early visual cortex reflects initiation and maintenance of task set. NeuroImage, (107, 277-278). PMID 25485712 pdf

Vaphiades, M., Visscher, K.M., Rucker, J., Vattoth, S., Roberson, G. (2015) Functional MRI and MRI tractography in progressive supranuclear palsy-like syndrome. NeuroOphthalmology. pdf

Layfield, S., Burge, W., Mitchell, W., Ross, L., Denning, C., Amthor, F., Visscher, K. (2014). The Effect of Speed of Processing Training on Microsaccade Amplitude. PLoS One 9, e107808. PMID: 25248099 Kristina Visscher Page 4 pdf

Dubis, J.W., Siegel, J.S., Neta, M., Visscher, K.M., Petersen, S.E., (2014). Tasks Driven by Perceptual Information Do Not Recruit Sustained BOLD Activity in CinguloOpercular Regions. Cereb. Cortex. PMID: 25150283 pdf

Burge, W.K., Ross, L.A., Amthor, F.R., Mitchell, W.G., Zotov, A., Visscher, K.M. (2013). Processing speed training increases the efficiency of attentional resource allocation in young adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:684. PMID: 24151461 pdf

Hadley, J., Nenert, R., Kraguljac, N., Bolding, M., White, D., Skidmore, F., Visscher, K.M., Lahti, A.C. (2013). Ventral Tegmental Area/Midbrain Functional Connectivity and Response to Antipsychotic Medication in Schizophrenia. Neuropsychopharmacology 39(4): 1020-30. pdf

Vaden, R.J., Hutcheson, N.L., McCollum, L.A., Kentros, J.G., Visscher, K.M. (2012).  Older adults, unlike younger adults, do not modulate alpha power to suppress irrelevant information. Neuroimage. 63: 1127-1133  PMID: 22885248 pdf

Nenert, R., Viswanathan, S., Dubuc, D.M., Visscher, K.M. (2012) Modulations of ongoing alpha oscillations predict successful short-term visual memory encoding. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6:127 PMID: 22586390 pdf

Visscher, K.M., Weissman, D.H. (2011). Would the field of cognitive neuroscience be advanced by sharing functional MRI data? BMC Medicine 9(1):34. PMID: 21477286 pdf

Viswanathan, S., Perl, D., Visscher, K.M., Kahana, M.J., Sekuler, R. (2010). Homogeneity computation: How inter-item similarity in visual short term memory alters recognition. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17(1):59-65. pdf

Visscher, K.M., Kahana, M.J., Sekuler, R. (2009). Trial-to-trial carry-over in auditory short-term memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition 35(1):46-56.pdf

Visscher, K.M., Kaplan, E., Kahana, M.J., Sekuler, R. (2007). Auditory short-term memory behaves like visual short-term memory. PLoS Biology 5(3). pdf

Dosenbach, N.U.F., Visscher, K.M., Palmer, E.D., Miezin, F.M., Wenger, K.K., Kang, H.C., Burgund, E.D., Grimes, A.L., Schlaggar, B.L., Petersen, S.E. (2006). A core system for the implementation of task sets. Neuron, 50(5):799-812. pdf

Weissman, D.H., Roberts, K.C., Visscher, K.M., Woldorff, M.G. (2006). Zoning out: The neural bases of momentary lapses in attention. Nature Neuroscience, 9(7): 971-8. pdf

Wenger, K.K, Visscher, K.M., Miezin, F.M., Petersen, S.E., Schlaggar, B.L. (2004). Comparison of sustained and transient activity in children and adults using a mixed blocked/event-related fMRI design. NeuroImage, 22(2): 975-85. pdf

Visscher, K.M., Miezin, F. M., Kelly, J., Buckner, R.L., Donaldson, D.I., McAvoy, M., Bhalodia, V., Petersen, S. E. (2003). Mixed blocked/event-related designs can correctly separate transient and sustained activity in fMRI. NeuroImage, 19: 1694-708. pdf

Visscher, K.M., Viets, E., Snyder, L. (2003). Effects of training on memory-guided saccade performance. Vision Research, 43: 2061-71. pdf

Schlaggar, B. L., Brown, T.T., Lugar, H.M., Visscher, K.M., Miezin, F.M., Petersen, S.E. (2002). Functional neuroa differences between adults and children in the processing of single words. Science 296, 1476-1479. pdf