Journal Publications

Phylactou, P., Shimi, A., & Konstantinou, N. (2023). Causal evidence for the role of the sensory cortex in visual short-term memory maintenance. Royal Society Open Science, 10, 230321.[PDF]

Hadjaros, M., Neokleous, K., Shimi, A., Avraamides, M., & Pattichis, C. (2023). Virtual Reality Cognitive Gaming Based on Brain Computer Interfacing: A Narrative Review. IEEE Access, 11, 18399-18416. [PDF]

Shimi, A. & Scerif, G. (2022). The influence of attentional biases on multiple working memory precision parameters for children and adults. Developmental Science, 25, e13213. [PDF]

Shimi, A., Papantoniou, A., Neokleous, K., & Avraamides, M. (2022). Athletic Performance in Immersive Virtual Reality. European Journal of Psychology Open, 81, 24-33. [PDF]

Gkoumas, C. & Shimi, A. (2022). “The more you explore, the less you remember”: unraveling the effects of scene clutter on learning and memory for targets. ETRA ’22: 2022 Symposium on Eye tracking Research and Applications, 12, 1-7. [PDF]

Hadjipanayi, V., Shimi, A., Ludwig, J.H.C., & Kent, C. (2022). Unequal allocation of overt and covert attention in Multiple Object Tracking. Attention, Perception, & Psychophyisics, 84, 1519-1537. [PDF]

Paraskevopoulos, E. Avraamides, M., Bamidis, P.D. Dobel, C. Gilou, S., Ioannou, C.C., Kikides, D., Mazurek, B., Schlee, W., Shimi, A., & Vellidou, E. (2022). Utilizing Co-Creative Principles to Develop an E-Learning Platform for Interprofessional Training on Tinnitus: The Erasmus+ Project TIN-TRAC. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, 8323.

Shimi, A., Tsestou, V., Hadjaros, M., Neokleous, K., & Avraamides, M. (2021). Attention skills in soccer: Evaluating the involvement of attention in executing a goalkeeping task in Virtual Reality. Applied Sciences, 11, 9341. [PDF]

Shimi, A. & Logie, R.H. (2019). Feature binding in short-term memory and long-term learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 72, 6, 1378-1400. [request PDF] [link]

Wu, R., Shimi, A., Solis, M. & Scerif, G. (2018). Learning what to attend to: From the lab to the classroom. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 30(12), 1749-1756. [request PDF] [link]

Shimi, A. & Scerif, G. (2017). Towards an integrative model of visual short-term memory maintenance: Evidence from the effects of attentional control, load, decay, and their interactions in childhood. Cognition, 169, 61-83. [request PDF] [link]

Merkley, R., Shimi, A., & Scerif, G. (2016). Electrophysiological markers of newly acquired symbolic numerical representations: the role of magnitude and ordinal information. ZDM, 43(3), 279–289. [request PDF] [link]

Neokleous, K., Shimi, A., Avraamides, M.N. (2016). Modeling the Effects of Perceptual Load: Saliency, Competitive Interactions, and Top-Down Biases. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1. [PDF]

Shimi, A., Nobre, A.C., Scerif. G. (2015). ERP markers of target selection discriminate children with high vs. low working memory capacity. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 9:153. [PDF]

Shimi, A. & Scerif, G. (2015). The interplay of spatial attentional biases and mental codes in VSTM: Developmentally informed hypotheses. Developmental Psychology, 51(6), 731-743. [request PDF] [link]

Shimi, A., Woolrich, M.W., Mantini, D., & Astle, D.E. (2015). Memory load modulates graded changes in distracter filtering. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 1025. [PDF]

Shimi, A., Kuo, B.C., Astle, D.E., Nobre, A.C., & Scerif, G. (2014). Age Group and Individual Differences in Attentional Orienting Dissociate Neural Mechanisms of Encoding and Maintenance in Visual STM. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26(4), 864-877. [PDF]

Shimi, A., Nobre, A.C., Astle, D.E., & Scerif, G. (2014). Orienting Attention Within Visual Short-Term Memory: Development and Mechanisms. Child Development, 85(2), 578-592. [PDF]

Shimi, A., & Astle, D.E. (2013). The strength of attentional biases reduces as visual short-term memory load increases. Journal of Neurophysiology, 110(1), 12-18. [PDF

Book chapter

Doherty, B., Shimi, A., Scerif, G. (2014). Genetic disorders as models of high neurocognitive risk: Evidence from Fragile X syndrome. In Van Herwegen, J., and Riby, D. (Eds.). Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Research Challenges and Solutions (Research Methods in Developmental Psychology: a Handbook Series). Psychology Press and Solutions.