Julie M. Bugg
Julie M. Bugg
Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis
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Exercise and Alzheimer's disease biomarkers in cognitively normal older adults
KY Liang, MA Mintun, AM Fagan, AM Goate, JM Bugg, DM Holtzman, ...
Annals of neurology 68 (3), 311-318, 2010
In support of a distinction between voluntary and stimulus-driven control: A review of the literature on proportion congruent effects
JM Bugg, MJC Crump
Frontiers in psychology 3, 367, 2012
Exercise engagement as a moderator of the effects of APOE genotype on amyloid deposition
D Head, JM Bugg, AM Goate, AM Fagan, MA Mintun, T Benzinger, ...
Archives of neurology 69 (5), 636-643, 2012
Exercise moderates age-related atrophy of the medial temporal lobe
JM Bugg, D Head
Neurobiology of aging 32 (3), 506-514, 2011
Age differences in fluid intelligence: Contributions of general slowing and frontal decline
JM Bugg, NA Zook, EL DeLosh, DB Davalos, HP Davis
Brain and cognition 62 (1), 9-16, 2006
Multiple levels of control in the Stroop task
JM Bugg, LL Jacoby, JP Toth
Memory & cognition 36 (8), 1484-1494, 2008
Measuring adaptive control in conflict tasks
S Braem, JM Bugg, JR Schmidt, MJC Crump, DH Weissman, W Notebaert, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (9), 769-783, 2019
Can the survival recall advantage be explained by basic memory processes?
Y Weinstein, JM Bugg, HL Roediger
Memory & Cognition 36 (5), 913-919, 2008
Public library computer training for older adults to access high-quality Internet health information
B Xie, JM Bugg
Library & information science research 31 (3), 155-162, 2009
Instability in memory phenomena: A common puzzle and a unifying explanation
MA McDaniel, JM Bugg
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15, 237-255, 2008
Why it is too early to lose control in accounts of item-specific proportion congruency effects.
JM Bugg, LL Jacoby, S Chanani
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (3), 844, 2011
Age differences in Stroop interference: Contributions of general slowing and task-specific deficits
JM Bugg, EL DeLosh, DB Davalos, HP Davis
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 14 (2), 155-167, 2007
Dissociating proactive and reactive control in the Stroop task
C Gonthier, TS Braver, JM Bugg
Memory & Cognition 44, 778-788, 2016
Converging evidence for control of color–word Stroop interference at the item level.
JM Bugg, KA Hutchison
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 433, 2013
The moderating role of exercise on stress-related effects on the hippocampus and memory in later adulthood.
D Head, T Singh, JM Bugg
Neuropsychology 26 (2), 133, 2012
Conflict-triggered top-down control: Default mode, last resort, or no such thing?
JM Bugg
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (2), 567, 2014
Structural correlates of prospective memory
BA Gordon, JT Shelton, JM Bugg, MA McDaniel, D Head
Neuropsychologia 49 (14), 3795-3800, 2011
List-wide control is not entirely elusive: Evidence from picture–word Stroop
JM Bugg, S Chanani
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18, 930-936, 2011
Prospective memory and aging: Preserved spontaneous retrieval, but impaired deactivation, in older adults
MK Scullin, JM Bugg, MA McDaniel, GO Einstein
Memory & Cognition 39, 1232-1240, 2011
Whoops, I did it again: commission errors in prospective memory.
MK Scullin, JM Bugg, MA McDaniel
Psychology and Aging 27 (1), 46, 2012
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