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2014

  • Attention and Aging
    Zanto,T.P. & Gazzaley, A. 
    In Nobre, A.C. and Kastner, S. (Eds), 
    The Oxford Handbook of Attention.
    (pp. 927-971). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (2014)
  • Probing Plasticity of Attention and Working Memory. 
    Mishra, J., Bavelier, D. and Gazzaley, A. Cambridge Handbook on Applied Perception Research (2014) in press.
  • Attentional Control of Multisensory Integration is preserved in Aging. 
    Mishra, J. & Gazzaley, A. in G.R. Mangun (Ed.), Cognitive Electrophysiology of Attention: Signals of the Mind (pp. 190-204). Elsevier. 2014.

2013

  • Network dynamics predict improvement in working memory performance following donepezil administration in healthy young adults. 
    Reches A, Laufer I, Ziv K, Cukierman G, McEvoy K, Ettinger M, Knight RT, 
    Gazzaley A, Geva AB.  Neuroimage (2013)
  • Homing in on the brain mechanisms linked to consciousness: Buffer of the perception-and-action interface.
    Godwin, C.A., Gazzaley, A., & Morsella, E. In Pereira, A. & Lehmann, D.’s (Eds.), 
    The unity of mind, brain and world: Current perspectives on a science of consciousness (pp. 43-76) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press (2013)
  • Stimulating the Aging Brain.                                                                                
    Voytek, B. and Gazzaley, A. 
    Annals of Neurology 73(1): 1-3 (2013)
  • Subjective aspects of action control for delayed actions: Action-related imagery.
    Jantz, T. K., Tomory, J. J., Merrick, Gazzaley, A., & Morsella, E. Journal of Mental Imagery 37: 21-48 (2013)   

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • Methodological and conceptual issues in the study of the aging brain.
    D’Esposito, M. Jagust, W., Gazzaley, A.  In, D’Esposito, M. Jagust, W (Eds) Imaging the Aging Brain. Oxford University Press (2009)
  • Indirect cognitive control through top-down activation of perceptual symbols. 
    Morsella, E., & Lanska, M., Berger, C. C., & Gazzaley, A. European Journal of Social Psychology 39:1173-1177.  (2009)
  • Subjective aspects of cognitive control at different stages of processing.
    Morsella, E., Wilson, L.E., Berger, C.C., Honhongva, M., Gazzaley, A., Bargh, J.A. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71:1807-1824 (2009)


2008

  • Age-related top-down suppression deficit in the early stages of cortical visual memory processing.
    Gazzaley, A., Clapp, W., McEvoy, K., Knight, R., D’Esposito, M. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 105(35): 13122-13126 (2008) [pdf]

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  • Functional interactions between prefrontal and visual association cortex contribute to top-down modulation of visual processing.
    Gazzaley, A., Rissman, J Cooney, J.W.,Rutman, A., Seibert, T, Clapp, W, D’Esposito, M.  Cerebral Cortex. 17, 125-35 (2007) [pdf]
  • Age-related deficits in component processes of working memory.
    Gazzaley, A., Sheridan, M.A., Cooney, J and D’Esposito, M.  Neuropsychology 21(5), 532-9 (2007) [pdf]
  • Top-down modulation and normal aging. 
    Gazzaley, A. and D’Esposito, M. Annals of the New York Academy of Science. 1097, 67-83 (2007) [pdf]
  • Reward modulation of visual association cortex during an incentive working memory task.
    Krawczyk, D.C., Gazzaley, A., D’Esposito, M.  Brain Research 1141:168-177 (2007) [pdf]
  • Unifying prefrontal cortex function: Executive control, neural networks and top-down modulation.
    Gazzaley, A. and D’Esposito, M.  In: Miller, B., Cummings, J. (Eds) The Human Fontal Lobes. Guildford Publications (2007) [pdf]

2006

  • Reducing vascular variability of fMRI data across aging populations using a breathholding task.
    Handwerker, D.A., Gazzaley, A., Inglis, B., D’Esposito, M  Human Brain Mapping.  Human Brain Mapping (2006) [pdf]
  • Response bias and aging on a recognition memory task.
    Huh, T., Kramer, J., Gazzaley, A., Delis, D.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 12(1), 1-7 (2006) [pdf]
  • The role of the prefrontal cortex on component processes of working memory: Evidence from lesion and fMRI data.
    D’Esposito, M., Cooney, J.W., Postle, B.R., Gazzaley, A., Gibbs, S.E.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.  12(2), 248-260 (2006) [pdf]
  • Neural Networks: An empirical neuroscience approach toward understanding cognition.
    Gazzaley, A. and D’Esposito, M. Cortex 1037-1040 (2006) [pdf]

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  • Top-down enhancement and suppression of the magnitude and speed of neural activity.
    Gazzaley, A., Cooney, J.W., McEvoy, K., Knight, R. D’Esposito, M.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 17(3), 507-517.  (2005) [pdf]
  • Top-down suppression deficit underlies working memory impairment in normal aging.
    Gazzaley, A., Cooney, J.W., Rissman, J., D’Esposito, M. Nature Neuroscience 8(10), 1298-1300. (2005) [pdf]
  • Considerations for the application of BOLD fMRI to neurologically impaired populations.
    Gazzaley, A. and D’Esposito, M.  In: Hillary, F.G., DeLuca, J (Eds) Functional Neuroimaging in Clinical Populations. Guilford Press (2005) [pdf]

2004

  • Functional Connectivity during working memory maintenance.
    Gazzaley, A., Rissman, J., D’Esposito, M. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience 4(4), 580-599. (2004) [pdf]
  • Measuring functional connectivity during distinct stages of a cognitive task.
    Rissman, J., Gazzaley, A. and D’Esposito, M.  Neuroimage 23(2), 752-763. (2004) [pdf]
  • BOLD functional MRI and cognitive aging.
    Gazzaley, A. and D'Esposito, M.   In: R. Cabeza, D. Park, L. Nyberg. (Eds.) Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging. Oxford University Press, New York. (2004) [pdf]

2003

  • Alterations in the BOLD fMRI signal with ageing and disease:  A challenge for neuroimaging.
    D'Esposito, M., Deouell, L. and Gazzaley, A.  Nature Reviews Neuroscience 4: 863-872. (2003) [pdf]
  • The contribution of functional brain imaging to our understanding of cognitive aging.
    Gazzaley, A. and D'Esposito, M.   Science's SAGE KE (29 January 2003). [pdf / link]

2002

  • Dendritic spine plasticity in hippocampus.
    Gazzaley, A., Kay, S. and Benson, D.L.  Neuroscience 111(4): 853-62. (2002) [pdf]

2001

  • Attenuated lesion-induced N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) plasticity in the dentate gyrus of aged rats following perforant path lesions.
    Adams, M.M., Gazzaley, A. and Morrison, J.H.  Experimental Neurology 172(1): 244-9. (2001) [pdf]

1997

  • Differential subcellular regulation of NMDAR1 protein and mRNA in dendrites of dentate gyrus granule cells after perforant path transection.
    Gazzaley, A., Benson, D.L., Huntley, G.W. and Morrison, J.H.  Journal of Neuroscience 17(6): 2006-17. (1997) [pdf]
  • Preserved number of entorhinal cortex layer II neurons in aged macaque monkeys.
    Gazzaley, A., Thakker, M.M., Hof, P.R. and Morrison, J.H.  Neurobiology of Aging 18(5): 549-53. (1997) [pdf]

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  • Differential regulation of NMDAR1 mRNA and protein by estradiol in the rat hippocampus.
    Gazzaley, A., Weiland, N.G., McEwen, B.S. and Morrison, J.H.  Journal of Neuroscience 16(21): 6830-8. (1996)  [pdf]
  • Age-related alterations of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor in the dentate gyrus.
    Morrison, J.H. and Gazzaley, A.  Molecular Psychiatry 1(5): 356-8. (1996) [pdf]
  • Glutamate receptors: Emerging links between subunit proteins and specific excitatory circuits in primate hippocampus and neocortex.
    Morrison, J.H., Siegel, S.J., Gazzaley, A., Huntley, G.W.  Neuroscientist 2:272-283. (1996) [pdf]
  • Circuit-specific alterations of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit 1 in the dentate gyrus of aged monkeys.
    Gazzaley, A., Siegel, S.J., Kordower, J.H., Mufson, E.J. and Morrison, J.H.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 93(7): 3121-5. (1996)  [pdf]

 

 
 

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