Christopher Brydges
Christopher Brydges
Metabolomics Laboratory, University of California Davis
Verified email at ucdavis.edu
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A unitary executive function predicts intelligence in children
CR Brydges, CL Reid, AM Fox, M Anderson
Intelligence 40 (5), 458-469, 2012
2272012
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
842012
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
812014
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
672014
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
662018
Maturation of cognitive control: delineating response inhibition and interference suppression
CR Brydges, M Anderson, CL Reid, AM Fox
PloS one 8 (7), e69826, 2013
592013
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
582014
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
162018
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
142018
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
14*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
102015
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
102015
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
92017
A Bayesian analysis of evidence in support of the null hypothesis in gerontological psychology (or lack thereof)
CR Brydges, AAM Bielak
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (1), 58-66, 2020
72020
Effect size guidelines, sample size calculations, and statistical power in gerontology
CR Brydges
Innovation in Aging 3 (4), igz036, 2019
72019
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
62018
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 74 (8), 1335-1344, 2019
42019
An Analysis of Nonsignificant Results in Audiology Using Bayes Factors
CR Brydges, L Gaeta
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 62 (12), 4544-4553, 2019
32019
EVALUATION OF PUBLICATION BIAS AND LOW STATISTICAL POWER IN GERONTOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
CR Brydges, AAM Bielak
Innovation in Aging 2 (Suppl 1), 932, 2018
3*2018
Interference Control in Working Memory
KA Singh, GE Gignac, CR Brydges, A Rey-Mermet, UKH Ecker
PsyArXiv, fjrnq, 2018
32018
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