1. Bejjani, C., Zhang, Z.*, and Egner, T. (2018). Control by association: Transfer of implicitly primed attentional states across linked stimuli. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 25(2): 617-626.
  2. DiMenichi, B.C., Lempert, K.M., Bejjani, C., and Tricomi, E. (2018). Writing about past failures attenuates cortisol responses and sustained attention deficits following psychosocial stress. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 12: 45.
  3. Bejjani, C., DePasque, S., and Tricomi, E. (2019). Intelligence mindset shapes neural learning signals and memory. Biological Psychology, 146, 107715.  (open preprint here)
  4. Bejjani, C. and Egner, T. (2019). Spontaneous task structure formation results in a cost to incidental memory of task stimuli. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2833. (preprint available here).
  5. Bejjani, C., Tan, S.*, and Egner, T. (in press; preprint available here). Performance feedback promotes proactive but not reactive adaptation of conflict-control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
  6. Bejjani, C., Dolgin, J., Zhang, Z.*, and Egner, T. (in press; preprint/registration available here). Disentangling the roles of cue visibility and knowledge in adjusting cognitive control. Psychological Science.

*student I mentored, **equal contributions

Manuscripts in progress:

Yang, B.W.**, Bejjani, C.**, Albus, T.*, O’Connor, T.*, and Hard, B.M. (submitted to Teaching of Psychology; draft available on request). Teaching intelligence mindsets with student data.

Manuscripts in prep, with drafts available on request:

Sullivan-Toole, H., Bejjani, C., Richey, J.A., and Tricomi, E. (in preparation for Neuroimage; draft available on request). The interplay of choice and effort on outcome processing.