Christopher Brydges
Christopher Brydges
Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Colorado State University
Verified email at colostate.edu
TitleCited byYear
A unitary executive function predicts intelligence in children
CR Brydges, CL Reid, AM Fox, M Anderson
Intelligence 40 (5), 458-469, 2012
1952012
Dissociable components of cognitive control: an event-related potential (ERP) study of response inhibition and interference suppression
CR Brydges, K Clunies-Ross, M Clohessy, ZL Lo, A Nguyen, C Rousset, ...
PloS one 7 (3), e34482, 2012
672012
The differentiation of executive functions in middle and late childhood: A longitudinal latent-variable analysis
CR Brydges, AM Fox, CL Reid, M Anderson
Intelligence 47, 34-43, 2014
652014
Relations between speed, working memory, and intelligence from preschool to adulthood: Structural equation modeling of 14 studies
A Demetriou, G Spanoudis, M Shayer, S Van der Ven, CR Brydges, ...
Intelligence 46, 107-121, 2014
582014
Predictive validity of the N2 and P3 ERP components to executive functioning in children: a latent-variable analysis
CR Brydges, AM Fox, CL Reid, M Anderson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 80, 2014
512014
Maturation of cognitive control: delineating response inhibition and interference suppression
CR Brydges, M Anderson, CL Reid, AM Fox
PloS one 8 (7), e69826, 2013
502013
Cognitive outcomes in children and adolescents born very preterm: a meta‐analysis
CR Brydges, JK Landes, CL Reid, C Campbell, N French, M Anderson
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 60 (5), 452-468, 2018
432018
Functional dissociation of latency-variable, stimulus-and response-locked target P3 sub-components in task-switching
CR Brydges, F Barceló
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 60, 2018
112018
Working memory capacity, short-term memory, and the continued influence effect: A latent-variable analysis
CR Brydges, GE Gignac, UKH Ecker
Intelligence 69, 117-122, 2018
9*2018
How do you think she feels? Vulnerability in empathy and the role of attention in school-aged children born extremely preterm
C Campbell, C Horlin, C Reid, J McMichael, L Forrest, CR Brydges, ...
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 33 (3), 312-323, 2015
92015
Working memory capacity mediates the relationship between removal and fluid intelligence
KA Singh, GE Gignac, CR Brydges, UKH Ecker
Journal of Memory and Language 101, 18-36, 2018
72018
Working memory–not processing speed–mediates fluid intelligence deficits associated with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms
CR Brydges, KL Ozolnieks, G Roberts
Journal of Neuropsychology 11 (3), 362-377, 2017
72017
Hemispheric asymmetries in auditory temporal integration: a study of event-related potentials
KL Clunies-Ross, CR Brydges, AT Nguyen, AM Fox
Neuropsychologia 68, 201-208, 2015
72015
A Bayesian analysis of evidence in support of the null hypothesis in gerontological psychology (or lack thereof)
C Brydges
PsyArXiv, 2019
42019
Effectiveness of hand cooling and a cooling jacket on post-exercise cooling rates in hyperthermic athletes
T Maroni, B Dawson, K Barnett, K Guelfi, C Brade, L Naylor, CR Brydges, ...
European journal of sport science 18 (4), 441-449, 2018
32018
Interference Control in Working Memory
KA Singh, GE Gignac, CR Brydges, A Rey-Mermet, UKH Ecker
PsyArXiv, fjrnq, 2018
32018
Can Intraindividual Variability in Cognitive Speed be Reduced by Physical Exercise? Results from the LIFE Study
AAM Bielak, CR Brydges
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 2018
32018
Blueberries and cognitive ability: A test of publication bias and questionable research practices
C Brydges, L Gaeta
PsyArXiv, 2019
22019
EVALUATION OF PUBLICATION BIAS AND LOW STATISTICAL POWER IN GERONTOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
CR Brydges, AAM Bielak
Innovation in Aging 2 (Suppl 1), 932, 2018
22018
Exploring the Electrophysiological Correlates of the Continued Influence Effect of Misinformation
C Brydges, A Gordon, U Ecker
PsyArXiv, 2018
22018
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