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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2003Adaptive changes of response criterion in recognition memoryHeit, Evan; Brockdorff, Noellie; Lamberts, Koen
2017Are foraging patterns in humans related to working memory and inhibitory control?Johannesson, Omar I.; Kristjansson, Arni; Thornton, Ian M.
2001Attention-based visual routines : spritesCavanagh, Patrick; Labianca, Angela T.; Thornton, Ian M.
2012"Can you spot the brands?" : the effect of product placement on the recall and recognition of the local audiencePandolfino, Kristina
2008Categorization, recognition, and unsupervised learningHeit, Evan; Brockdorff, Noellie; Lamberts, Koen; Gluck, Mark A.; Anderson, John R.; Kosslyn, Stephen M.
2015Do people “pop out”?Mayer, Katja M.; Voung, Quoc C.; Thornton, Ian M.
2018Does the human form provide an advantage for directing search and improving retention of information during web-based search?Brun, Charlotte
2008How acoustically reduced forms activate the lexicon : evidence from eye-trackingBrouwer, Susanne; Mitterer, Holger; Ernestus, Mirjam
2017Humans are detected more efficiently than machines in the context of natural scenesMayer, Katja M.; Voung, Quoc C.; Thornton, Ian M.
2003Last but not least : a chimeric point-light walkerThornton, Ian M.; Vuong, Quoc C.; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.
2014Matching biological motion at extreme distancesThornton, Ian M.; Wootton, Zac; Pedmason, Pille
2011Motion can amplify the face-inversion effectThornton, Ian M.; Mullins, Emma; Banahan, Kara
2002Perceptual processes in matching and recognition of complex picturesLamberts, Koen; Brockdorff, Noellie; Heit, Evan
2017The relationship between implicit racial attitudes and the cross-race effectBamber, Victoria
2003Representation of change : separate electrophysiological markers of attention, awareness, and implicit processingFernandez-Duque, Diego; Grossi, Giordana; Thornton, Ian M.; Neville, Helen J.
2006A search advantage for faces learned in motionPilz, Karin S.; Thornton, Ian M.; Bulthoff, Heinrich H.
2004Strategic processes in false recognition memoryHeit, Evan; Brockdorff, Noellie; Lamberts, Koen
2014Use what you can : storage, abstraction processes, and perceptual adjustments help listeners recognize reduced formsPoellmann, Katja; Mitterer, Holger; McQueen, James M.