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Book Chapter
Schneider W, Fisk AD. Attention Theory and Mechanisms for Skilled Performance. In: Magill RA Memory and Control of Action. Vol. 12. Memory and Control of Action. ; 1983. p. 119 - 143. Available from:
Conference Paper
Fisk AD, Schneider W. Type of Task Practice and Time-Sharing Activities Predict Performance Deficits Due to Alcohol Ingestion. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Vol. 26. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. ; 1982. p. 926-930. Available from:
Journal Article
Carlson RA, Khoo BH, Yaure RG, Schneider W. Acquisition of a Problem-Solving Skill: Levels of Organization and Use of Working Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General [Internet]. 1990;119:193 - 214. Available from:
Schneider W. Basic computer troubleshooting and preventive computer maintenance operation. Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation [Internet]. 1981;13:153-162. Available from:
Chein JM, Schneider W. The Brain's LEarning and Control Architecture. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 2012;21:78-84.
Schneider W, Shiffrin R. Categorization (Restructuring) and Automatization: Two Separable Factors. Psychological Review [Internet]. 1985;92:424 - 428. Available from:
Phillips JS, Greenberg AS, Pyles JA, Pathak SK, Berhmann M, Schneider W, Tarr MJ. Co-Analysis of Brain Structure and Function using fMRI and Diffusion-Weighted Imaging. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 2012.
Cole MW, Schneider W. The cognitive control network: Integrated cortical regions with dissociable functions. NeuroImage. 2007;37(1):343-60.
Worden M, Schneider W. Cognitive task design for FMRI. International Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology [Internet]. 1995;6:253–270. Available from:
Carlson RA, Sullivan MA, Schneider W. Component fluency in a problem-solving context. Hum. Factors [Internet]. 1989;31:489–502. Available from:
Schneider W. Computer viruses: What they are, how they work, how they might get you, and how to control them in academic institutions. Behavior Research Methods [Internet]. 1989;21:334-340. Available from:
Schneider W, Fisk AD. Concurrent automatic and controlled visual search: Can processing occur without resource cost?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition [Internet]. 1982;8(4):261 - 278. Available from:
Shiffrin RM, Schneider W. Controlled and automatic human information processing: II. Perceptual learning, automatic attending and a general theory. Psychological Review [Internet]. 1977;84:127–190. Available from:
Bolger DJ, Perfetti CA, Schneider W. Cross-cultural effect on the brain revisited: universal structures plus writing system variation. Human brain mapping. 2005;25(1):92-104.
Ackerman PL, Schneider W, Wickens CD. Deciding the Existence of a Time-Sharing Ability: A Combined Methodological and Theoretical Approach. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society [Internet]. 1984;26:71-82. Available from:
Schneider W. Enhancing a standard experimental delivery system (MEL) for advanced psychological experimentation. Behavior Research Methods [Internet]. 1989;21:240-244. Available from:
Schneider W. Equipment is cheap, but the field must develop and support common software for psychological research. Behavior Research Methods [Internet]. 1991;23:114-116. Available from:
Shiffrin RM, Schneider W. An expectancy model for memory search. Memory & Cognition [Internet]. 1974;2:616-628. Available from:
Fissell K, Tseytlin E, Cunningham D, Iyer K, Carter CS, Schneider W, Cohen JD. Fiswidgets: a graphical computing environment for neuroimaging analysis. Neuroinformatics. 2003;1(1):111-25.
Cohen JD, Noll DC, Schneider W. Functional magnetic resonance imaging: Overview and methods for psychological research. Behavioral Research Methods Instruments Computers [Internet]. 1993;25:101–113. Available from:
Schneider W, Casey BJ, Noll D. Functional MRI mapping of stimulus rate effects across visual processing stages. Human Brain Mapping [Internet]. 1994;1:117–133. Available from:
Shin SS, Verstynen T, Pathak S, Jarbo K, Hricik AJ, Maserati M, Beers SR, Puccio AM, Boada FE, Okonkwo DO, et al. High-definition fiber tracking for assessment of neurological deficit in a case of traumatic brain injury: finding, visualizing, and interpreting small sites of damage. Journal of neurosurgery. 2012;116(5):1062-9.
Fernandez-Miranda JC, Engh JA, Pathak SK, Madhok R, Boada FE, Schneider W, Kassam AB. High-definition fiber tracking guidance for intraparenchymal endoscopic port surgery. Journal of neurosurgery. 2010;113(5):990-9.
Fernandez-Miranda JC, Pathak S, Schneider W. High-definition fiber tractography and language. Journal of neurosurgery. 2010;113(1):156-7; author reply 157-8.
Fernandez-Miranda JC, Pathak S, Engh J, Jarbo K, Verstynen T, Yeh F, Wang Y, Mintz A, Boada F, Schneider W, et al. High-Definition Fiber Tractography of the Human Brain: Neuroanatomical Validation and Neurosurgical Applications. Neurosurgery. 2012.