Publications


Woodman GF, Wang S, Sutterer D, Reinhart RMG, Fukuda K (in review). Induced alpha suppression indexes attentional selection.

 

Grover S, Nguyen JA, Viswanathan V, Reinhart RMG (accepted). High-frequency neuromodulation improves obsessive-compulsive behavior.
Nature Medicine.

 

Grover S, Nguyen JA, Reinhart RMG (2020). Synchronizing brain rhythms to improve cognition.
Annual Review of Medicine. doi: 10.1146/annurev-med-060619-022857.

 

Grover S, Reinhart RMG (2020). Modulating anterior midcingulate cortex using theta burst stimulation.
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. 5(11):1007-1008.

 

Deng Y, Reinhart RMG, Choi I, Shinn-Cunningham B (2019). Causal links between parietal alpha activity and spatial auditory attention.
eLife. 8:e51184.

 

Grover S and Reinhart RMG (2019). Combining transcranial stimulation and electrophysiology to understand the memory representations that guide attention. In: Spatial Learning and Attention Guidance. Pollmann, S. (Ed.).
Neuromethods. Humana Press. pp. 1-29.

 

Reinhart RMG and Nguyen JA (2019). Working memory revived in older adults by synchronizing rhythmic brain circuits.
Nature Neuroscience. 22(5):820-827.
News & Views: Quentin R. Cohen L.G. (2019). Reversing working memory decline in the elderly. Nature Neuroscience. 22:686-688.
Research Highlight: Kousta S. (2019). A memory boost for the elderly. Nature Human Behaviour.
Research Highlight: Stower H. (2019). Improving cognition. Nature Medicine. 25:710.

 

Reinhart RMG, Park S, Woodman GF (2019). Localization and elimination of attentional dysfunction in schizophrenia during visual search.
Schizophrenia Bulletin. 45(1):96-105.

 

Nguyen JA, Deng Y, Reinhart RMG (2018). Brain-state determines learning improvements after transcranial alternating-current stimulation to frontal cortex.
Brain Stimulation. 11(4):723-6.

 

Reinhart RMG (2017). Disruption and rescue of interareal theta phase coupling and adaptive behavior.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 114(43):11542-7.

 

Reinhart RMG, Cosman JD, Fukuda K, Woodman GF (2017). Using transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) to understand cognitive processing.
Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 79(1):3-23.

 

Kort NS, Ford JM, Roach BJ, Gunduz-Bruce H, Krystal JH, Jaeger J, Reinhart RMG, Mathalon DH (2017). Role of N-methyl D-aspartate receptors in action-based predictive coding deficits in schizophrenia.
Biological Psychiatry81(6):514-24.
Commentary: Corlett (2017) I predict, therefore I am: perturbed predictive coding under ketamine and in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry. 81(6):465-466.

 

Reinhart RMG, Xiao W, McClenahan L, Woodman GF (2016). Electrical stimulation of visual cortex can immediately improve spatial vision.
Current Biology26(14):1867-72.

 

Reinhart RMG, McClenahan L, Woodman GF (2016). Attention’s accelerator.
Psychological Science27(6):790-8.

 

Reinhart RMG, Zhu J, Park S, Woodman GF (2015). Medial-frontal stimulation enhances learning in schizophrenia by restoring prediction-error signaling.
Journal of Neuroscience. 35(35):12232-40. [Featured article].
Commentary: Esch (2015) Brain stimulation restores error responses in schizophrenia. Journal of Neuroscience. 35(35):i.

 

Reinhart RMG and Woodman GF (2015). The surprising temporal specificity following direct-current stimulation.
Trends in Neurosciences. 38(8):459-61.

 

Reinhart RMG, Zhu J, Park S, Woodman GF (2015). Synchronizing theta oscillations with direct-current stimulation strengthens adaptive control in the human brain.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 112(30):9448-53.
Commentary: Carter (2015) Rectifying disordered brain dynamics to improve cognition in schizophrenia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 112(30):9152-3.

 

Reinhart RMG, McClenahan L, Woodman GF (2015). Visualizing trumps vision in training attention.
Psychological Science. 26(7):1114-22.

 

Reinhart RMG and Woodman GF (2015). Enhancing long-term memory with stimulation tunes visual attention in one trial.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 112(2):625-30.

 

Reinhart RMG and Woodman GF (2014). High stakes trigger the use of multiple memories to enhance cognitive control of attention.
Cerebral Cortex. 24(8):2022-35.

 

Reinhart RMG, Carlisle NB, Woodman GF (2014). Visual working memory gives up attentional control early in learning: ruling out inter-hemispheric cancellation.
Psychophysiology. 51(8):800-4.

 

Reinhart RMG and Woodman GF (2014). Causal control of medial-frontal cortex governs electrophysiological and behavioral indices of performance monitoring and learning.
Journal of Neuroscience. 34(12):4214-27.

 

Reinhart RMG and Woodman GF (2014). Oscillatory coupling reveals the dynamic reorganization of large-scale neural networks as cognitive demands change.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26(1):175-88.

 

Woodman GF, Carlisle NB, Reinhart RMG (2013). Where do we store the memory representations that guide attention?
Journal of Vision. 13(3):1-17.

 

Gunduz-Bruce H, Reinhart RMG, Roach BJ, Gueorguieva R, Oliver S, D’Souza DC, Ford JM, Krystal JH, Mathalon DH (2012). Glutamatergic modulation of auditory information processing in the human brain.
Biological Psychiatry. 71:969-77.

 

Reinhart RMG, Heitz RP, Purcell BA, Weigand PK, Schall JD, Woodman GF (2012). Homologous mechanisms of visuospatial working memory maintenance in macaque and human: Properties and sources.
Journal of Neuroscience. 32(22):7711-22.

 

Reinhart RMG, Carlisle NB, Kang S, Woodman GF (2012). Event-related potentials elicited by errors during the stop-signal task. II: Human effector specific error responses.
Journal of Neurophysiology. 107:2794-807.

 

Cavus I, Reinhart RMG, Roach BJ, Gueorguieva R, Teyler TJ, Clapp WC, Ford JM, Krystal JH, Mathalon DH (2012). Impaired visual cortical plasticity in schizophrenia.
Biological Psychiatry. 71(6):512-20.

 

Reinhart RMG, Mathalon DH, Roach BJ, Ford JM (2011). Relationships between pre-stimulus gamma power and subsequent P300 and reaction time break down in schizophrenia.
International Journal of Psychophysiology. 79(1):16-24.