Publications

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. “Distinct contributions by frontal and parietal cortices support working memory”. bioRxiv. doi.org/10.1101/104430.

Mackey, W.E., Winawer, J., & Curtis, C.E. “Visual field map clusters in human frontoparietal cortex”. 

Mackey, W.E., Devinsky, O., Doyle, W., Golfinos, J., & Curtis, C.E. (2016). “Human parietal cortex lesions impact the precision of spatial working memory”. Journal of Neurophysiology116(3), 1049-1054.

Mackey, W.E., Devinsky, O., Doyle, W., Meager, M., & Curtis, C.E. (2016). “Human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex is not necessary for spatial working memory”. Journal of Neuroscience. 36:2847-2856.

Manuscripts in preparation

Wallisch, P., Mackey, W.E., Karlovich, M., & Heeger, D.J. “The visible gorilla: Stimulus speed mediates the tradeoff between endogenous and exogenous attention”. In prep.

Mackey, W.E., Winawer, J., & Curtis, C.E. “Visual field maps predict individual differences in working memory”. In prep.

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. “Disruption of delay-period activity in human frontal eye fields causes systematic impairments in spatial cognition”. In prep.

Kroes, M.C.W., Dunsmoor, J.E., Mackey, W.E., & Phelps, E.A. “Context-dependent learning in virtual reality”. In prep.

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. “The prefrontal cortex across species: brain stimulation bridges the gap”. In prep.

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. “iEye: an eye-tracking toolbox for MATLAB”. In prep.

 

Conference presentations

Kupers, E., Mackey, W.E., Winawer, J., & Curtis, C.E. (2017). “The topographical relationship between visual field maps in association cortex and brain areas involved in non-visual cognition”. Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, F.L., USA.

Ding, X., Mackey, W.E., Wang, X-J., Winawer, J., & Curtis, C.E. (2017). “Visual field maps limit working memory precision”. Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, F.L., USA.

Ding, X., Mackey, W.E., Wang, X-J., Winawer, J., & Curtis, C.E. (2017). “Visual field maps limit working memory precision”. Computational and Systems Neuroscience, Salt Lake City, U.T., USA.

Curtis, C.E., Mackey, W.E., Ding, X., Wang, X-J., & Winawer, J. (2016). “Visual field maps constrain working memory precision”. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, C.A., USA.

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. (2016). “Disruption of delay-period activity in human frontal eye fields causes systematic impairments in spatial cognition”. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, N.Y., USA.

Mackey, W.E., & Curtis, C.E. (2014). “Rethinking the contribution of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex to spatial working memory”. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., USA.

Curtis, C.E., Mackey, W.E., & Winawer, J. (2014). “Visual field maps in human association cortices”. Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C., USA.