Charles L. Folk

Villanova University, Villanova, PA, USA 
Visual Attention, Psychophysics
"Charles Folk"
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Thomas Ghirardelli grad student Villanova
Edward F. Ester grad student 2004-2006 Villanova
Rebecca R. Goldstein grad student 2006-2008 Villanova
Brian A. Anderson grad student 2007-2009 Villanova
Brad T. Stilwell grad student 2013-2015 Villanova
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Luck SJ, Gaspelin N, Folk CL, et al. (2021) Progress Toward Resolving the Attentional Capture Debate. Visual Cognition. 29: 1-21
Becker SI, Manoharan RT, Folk CL. (2020) The attentional blink: A relational accountof attentional engagement. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Becker SI, Atalla M, Folk CL. (2019) Conjunction search: Can we simultaneously bias attention to features and relations? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wyble B, Hess M, Callahan-Flintoft C, et al. (2019) Rapid covert visual attention to conceptual targets Journal of Vision. 19: 101a
Anderson BA, Folk CL, Courtney SM. (2016) Neural mechanisms of goal-contingent task disengagement: Response-irrelevant stimuli activate the default mode network. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 81: 221-230
Anderson BA, Folk CL, Garrison R, et al. (2016) Mechanisms of Habitual Approach: Failure to Suppress Irrelevant Responses Evoked by Previously Reward-Associated Stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Folk CL, Remington RW. (2015) Unexpected abrupt onsets can override a top-down set for color. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 1153-65
Folk C, Folk C. (2015) The Influence of Salience on Attentional Capture by Set-Consistent and Set-Inconsistent Stimuli Journal of Vision. 15: 316
Wu SC, Remington RW, Folk CL. (2014) Onsets do not override top-down goals, but they are responded to more quickly. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 649-54
Anderson BA, Folk CL. (2014) Conditional automaticity in response selection: contingent involuntary response inhibition with varied stimulus-response mapping. Psychological Science. 25: 547-54
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