Publications

2018
Kiyonaga, A. , Scimeca, J. M. & D'Esposito, M. . Dissociating the causal roles of frontal and parietal cortex in working memory capacity. Nature Human Behaviour Registered Report, accepted-in-principle (2018).
Scimeca, J. M. , Kiyonaga, A. & D'Esposito, M. . Reaffirming the sensory recruitment account of working memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22, 190-192 (2018).
2017
Kiyonaga, A. , Scimeca, J. M. , Bliss, D. P. & Whitney, D. . Serial dependence across perception, attention, and memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21, 493-497 (2017).
2016
Mathur, V. A. , Cheon, B. K. , Harada, T. , Scimeca, J. M. & Chiao, J. Y. . Overlapping neural response to the pain or harm of people, animals, and nature. Neuropsychologia 256-273 (2016).
Scimeca, J. M. , Katzman, P. L. & Badre, D. . Striatal prediction errors support dynamic control of declarative memory decisions. Nature Communications 7, 13061 (2016).
2015
Scimeca, J. M. & Franconeri, S. L. . Selecting and tracking multiple objects. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 6, 109-118 (2015).
2014
Badre, D. , Lebrecht, S. , Pagliaccio, D. , Long, N. M. & Scimeca, J. M. . Ventral striatum and the evaluation of memory retrieval strategies. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26, 1928-1948 (2014).
2012
Franconeri, S. L. , Scimeca, J. M. , Roth, J. C. , Helseth, S. A. & Kahn, L. E. . Flexible visual processing of spatial relationships. Cognition 122, 210-227 (2012).
Scimeca, J. M. & Badre, D. . Striatal contributions to declarative memory retrieval. Neuron 75, 380-392 (2012).
2011
Cheon, B. K. et al. Cultural influences on neural basis of intergroup empathy. NeuroImage 57, 642-650 (2011).
Scimeca, J. M. , McDonough, I. M. & Gallo, D. A. . Quality trumps quantity at reducing memory errors: Implications for retrieval monitoring and mirror effects. Journal of Memory and Language 65, 363-377 (2011).
2010
Gallo, D. A. , McDonough, I. M. & Scimeca, J. . Dissociating source memory decisions in the prefrontal cortex: fMRI of diagnostic and disqualifying monitoring. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22, 955-969 (2010).
Franconeri, S. L. , Jonathan, S. V. & Scimeca, J. M. . Tracking multiple objects is limited only by object spacing, not by speed, time, or capacity. Psychological Science 21, 920-925 (2010).