Publications

2017

2016

2015

2014

Back to top

2013

Back to top

2012

Back to top

2011

Back to top

2010

Back to top

2009

Back to top

2008

Back to top

2007

Back to top

2006

Back to top

2005

Back to top

2004

Back to top

2003

Back to top

2002

Back to top

2001

Back to top

2000

Back to top

1999

Back to top

1998

Back to top

1997

Back to top

1996

Back to top

1995

Back to top

1994

  • Minoshima, S., Koeppe, R.A., Smith, E.E., Awh, E., & Jonides, J. PET investigations of working memory. Experimental Medicine, 1994, 12, 70-72.

1993

Back to top

1992

1990

1989

  • Dismukes, K. & Jonides, J. Project 2061: A place to start educating the public. The Scientist. Aug. 7, 1989.

1988

Back to top

1987

1986

Back to top

1985

1984

Back to top

1983

Back to top

1982

1981

Back to top

1980

1979

Back to top

1978

1977

1976

1975

Back to top

1972

1971

  • Egeth, H., Wall, S. & Jonides, J. Spontaneous encoding of left-right orientation. Probe, 1971, 1, 10-11.

1970

Back to top

Submitted

  • Buschkuehl, M., Jaeggi, S. M., Mueller, S.T., Shah, P., and Jonides, J. (Submitted). Training on change detection leads to vast task-specific improvement.
  • Kardan, O., Demiralp, E., Hout, M., Hunter M., Yourganbov, G., Karimi, H., Hanayik, T., Jonides, J., and Berman, M. (Submitted). Low-level image features predict aesthetic beyond semantic preference in predominantly natural versus man-made scenes.
  • Katz, B., Jaeggi, S.M., Buschkuehl, M., Shah, P., and Jonides, J. (Submitted). Money can’t buy you intelligence (but it might not hurt either): Cognitive training improves reasoning even when participants are extrinsically motivated.
  • Bernard, J.A., Jaeggi, S.M., Buschkuehl, M., Hernandez-Garcia, L., and Jonides, J. (Submitted). Working memory training gains mitigate TMS-induced working memory performance disruption.
  • Pe, M.L., Katharina, K., Thompson, R.J., Bringmann, L., Tuerlinckx, F., Mata, J., Jaeggi, S.M., Buschkuehl, M., Jonides, J., Kuppens, P., and Gotlib, I.H. (Submitted). Emotion network density in major depressive disorder.
  • Cheng, P., Preston, S., Jonides, J., Hoeflich, A., Thummala, K., Asement, M., Hsing, C., and Deldin, P. (Submitted). Attentional biases in major depressive disorder.
  • Buschkuehl, M., Jaeggi, S.M., and Jonides, J. (Submitted). Investigating the cognitive processes of the n-back task.
  • Nee, D.E. and Jonides, J. (Submitted). The spotlight casts a shadow: Attentionally-mediated visual suppression produces object-specific inhibition.