Nicole Hakim

Nicole is a doctoral student in the Integrative Neuroscience Program working with Ed Awh and Ed Vogel. She is primarily interested in interactions between working memory and attention.


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Hakim N, Awh E, Vogel EK, & Rosenberg MD (in prep). Sparse EEG connectivity identifies individuals and predicts behavior

Hakim N, Feldmann-Wüstefeld T, Awh E, & Vogel EK (in prep). Dissecting how interruption impacts neural signatures of working memory

Hakim N, deBettencourt MT, Awh E, & Vogel EK (submitted). Attention fluctuations impact ongoing maintenance of information in working memory. (Link to preprint)

Hakim N, Awh E, Vogel EK (submitted). Manifold working memory. In Working memory: a multicomponent model (Eds. Robert Logie, Nelson Cowan, and Valerie Camos) Oxford University Press.

Hakim N, Feldmann-Wüstefeld T, Awh E, & Vogel EK (2020). Perturbing neural representations of working memory with task-irrelevant interruption. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. (Link to PDF)

Hakim N, Adam KCS, Gunseli E, Awh E, & Vogel EK (2019). Dissecting the neural focus of attention reveals distinct processes for spatial attention and object-based storage in visual working memory.  Psychological Science. (Link to PDF)

Hakim N & Vogel EK (2018). Phase-coding memories in mind. PLOS Biology 16(8): e3000012. (Link to PDF)

Hakim N., Simons DJ, Zhao H, & Wan X (2017). Do easterners and westerners differ in visual cognition? a preregistered examination of three visual cognition tasks. Social Psychological and Personality Science8(2), 142-152. (Link to PDF)

Department of Psychology | Institute for Mind and Biology
University of Chicago
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Chicago, IL 60637