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John J. McDonald

Affiliations: 
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Attention, vision, multisensory perpception, executive control
Website:
http://www.sfu.ca/~jmcd
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Smit AN, Michalik M, Livingstone AC, et al. (2019) Circadian misalignment impairs ability to suppress visual distractions. Psychophysiology. e13485
Green JJ, Spalek TM, McDonald JJ. (2019) From alternation to repetition: Spatial attention biases contribute to sequential effects in a choice reaction-time task. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Störmer VS, McDonald JJ, Hillyard SA. (2019) Involuntary orienting of attention to sight or sound relies on similar neural biasing mechanisms in early visual processing. Neuropsychologia. 132: 107122
Tay D, Harms V, Hillyard SA, et al. (2019) Electrophysiological correlates of visual singleton detection. Psychophysiology. e13375
Gaspar JM, McDonald JJ. (2018) High Level of Trait Anxiety Leads to Salience-Driven Distraction and Compensation. Psychological Science. 956797618807166
Christie GJ, Spalek TM, McDonald JJ. (2018) Salience drives overt selection of two equally relevant visual targets. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Pierce AM, McDonald JJ, Green JJ. (2018) Electrophysiological evidence of an attentional bias in crossmodal inhibition of return. Neuropsychologia
Feng W, Störmer VS, Martinez A, et al. (2017) Involuntary orienting of attention to a sound desynchronizes the occipital alpha rhythm and improves visual perception. Neuroimage
Livingstone AC, Christie GJ, Wright RD, et al. (2017) Signal enhancement, not active suppression, follows the contingent capture of visual attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 43: 219-224
Gaspar JM, Christie GJ, Prime DJ, et al. (2016) Inability to suppress salient distractors predicts low visual working memory capacity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
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