Heinen, K., Feredoes, E., Ruff, C.C & Driver, J. (2017) Functional connectivity between prefrontal and parietal cortex drives visuospatial attention shifts. Neuropsychologia. 99:81-91


Kyritsis, M., Gulliver, S. & Feredoes, E. (2016) Environmental factors and features that influence 3D visual search in a 3D WIMP interface. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 92-93:30-43.


Zokaei, N., Ning, S., Manohar, S., Feredoes, E. & Husain, M. (2014) Flexibility of representational states in working memoryFrontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6(8):853.

Heinen, K., Feredoes, E., Weiskopf, N., Ruff, C.C. & Driver, J. (2014) Direct evidence for attention-dependent influences of the frontal eye-fields on feature-responsive visual cortexCerebral Cortex24(11):2815-21.

Zokaei, N., Manohar, S., Husain, M. & Feredoes, E. (2014) Causal evidence for a privileged working memory state in early visual cortexThe Journal of Neuroscience. 34(1):158-162.


Bestmann, S. & Feredoes, E. (2013) Combined neurostimulation and neuroimaging in cognitive neuroscience: past, present and futureAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 12961(1): 11-30.

Woodward, T.S., Feredoes, E., Metzak, P.D., Takane, Y. & Manoach, D.S. (2013) Epoch-specific functional networks involved in working memory. NeuroImage. 65: 529-539.


Feredoes, E., Heinen K., Weiskopf, N., Ruff, C.C & Driver J.S. (2011) Causal evidence of frontal involvement in working memory target maintenance during distracter interference. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108(42): 17510-17515.

Metzak, P., Feredoes, E., Takane, Y., Wang, L., Weinstein, S., Cairo, T., Ngan, E. & Woodward, T.S. (2011) Constrained principal component analysis reveals functionally connected load-dependent networks involved in multiple stages of working memory. Human Brain Mapping. 32(6): 865-871.

Hamidi, M., Johnson, J.S., Feredoes, E. & Postle B.R. (2011) Does high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation produce residual and/or cumulative effects within an experimental session? Brain Topography. 23(4): 355-367.


Postle B.R. & Feredoes E. (2010) Stronger inference with direct manipulation of brain function. Cortex 46(1): 121-123.

Feredoes E. & Postle, B.R. (2010) Prefrontal control of familiarity and.recollection in working memory. The Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 22(2): 323-330.


Feredoes E., Tononi G. & Postle, B.R. (2007) The neural bases of the short-term storage of verbal information are anatomically variable across subjects. The Journal of Neuroscience. 27(41): 11003-11008.

Feredoes, E. & Postle, B.R. (2007) Localization of load sensitivity in working memory storage: Quantitatively and qualitatively discrepant results yielded by single-subject and group-averaged approaches to fMRI group analysis. NeuroImage. 35: 881-903.


Feredoes, E., Tononi, G. & Postle, B.R. (2006) Direct evidence for a prefrontal contribution to the control of proactive interference in verbal working memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA). 103(51): 19530-19534

Postle, B.R., Ferrarelli, F., Hamidi, M., Feredoes, E., Massimini, M., Peterson, M., Alexander,A. & Tononi, G. (2006). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation dissociates working memory manipulation retention functions in prefrontal, but not posterior parietal, cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18: 1712-1722.

Feredoes, E. & Sachdev, P.S. (2006). Differential effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation of left and right posterior parietal cortex on mental rotation tasks. Cortex. 42: 750-754.


Fregni, F., Boggio P.S., Nitsche, M., Bermpohl, F., Antal, A., Feredoes E., Marcolin, M.A., Rigonatti, S.P., Silva, M.T.A., Paulus, W. & Pascual-Leone, A. (2005). Anodal transcranial direct current stimulation of prefrontal cortex enhances working memory. Experimental Brain Research. 166: 22-30.


Feredoes E.A., Sachdev, P.S. & Wen, W. (2003). Disruption of the neural correlates of working memory using high- and low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation: a negative study. Supplements to Clinical Neurophysiology. 56: 187-197.