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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
1701 Psychology, 1702 Cognitive Sciences
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The Congruency Sequence Effect in a Modified Prime-Probe Task Indexes Response-General Control
The Eye-Mind Wandering Link: Identifying Gaze Indices of Mind Wandering Across Tasks
The Role of Spatial Frequency in Expert Object Recognition
The Structure of Integral Dimensions: Contrasting Topological and Cartesian Representations
Object-Based Control of Attention Is Sensitive to Recent Experience
The Dynamics of Integration and Separation: ERP, MEG, and Neural Network Studies of Immediate Repetition Effects
Double take: Parallel processing by the cerebral hemispheres reduces the attentional blink
Experience-dependent perceptual grouping and object-based attention
Occlusion, symmetry, and object-based attention: Reply to Saiki (2000)
Graded effects in hierarchical figure-ground organization: Reply to Peterson (1999)
Object-based attention and occlusion: Evidence from normal participants and a computational model
Figure-ground organization and object recognition processes: An interactive account
Figure-ground organization and object recognition processes: An interactive account.
THE SUM OF THE PARTS DOES NOT EQUAL THE WHOLE - EVIDENCE FROM BIHEMISPHERIC PROCESSING
The sum of the parts does not equal the whole: Evidence from bihemispheric processing.
TYPES AND TOKENS IN VISUAL LETTER PERCEPTION
Perceptual interactions in two-word displays: Familiarity and similarity effects.
IDENTIFICATION CONFUSIONS AMONG LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET
ARE VARIATIONS AMONG RIGHT-HANDED INDIVIDUALS IN PERCEPTUAL ASYMMETRIES CAUSED BY CHARACTERISTIC AROUSAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HEMISPHERES
Are variations among right-handed individuals in perceptual asymmetries caused by characteristic arousal differences between hemispheres?
Letter migration in word perception.
INTERNAL REPRESENTATION OF VISUAL TEXTURE AS THE BASIS FOR THE JUDGMENT OF SIMILARITY