Mark Edwards

Affiliations: 
Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
Area:
Visual perception, psychophysics
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Lawrence RK, Edwards M, Goodhew SC. (2020) The impact of scaling rather than shaping attention: Changes in the scale of attention using global motion inducers influence both spatial and temporal acuity. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Lawrence RK, Edwards M, Talipski LA, et al. (2020) A critical review of the cognitive and perceptual factors influencing attentional scaling and visual processing. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Proud M, Goodhew SC, Edwards M. (2020) A vigilance avoidance account of spatial selectivity in dual-stream emotion induced blindness. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Goodhew SC, Edwards M. (2019) Translating experimental paradigms into individual-differences research: Contributions, challenges, and practical recommendations. Consciousness and Cognition. 69: 14-25
Lawrence RK, Edwards M, Goodhew SC. (2018) Changes in the spatial spread of attention with ageing. Acta Psychologica. 188: 188-199
Rideaux R, Baker E, Edwards M. (2018) Parallel consolidation into visual working memory results in reduced precision representations. Vision Research
Goodhew SC, Lawrence RK, Edwards M. (2017) Testing the generality of the zoom-lens model: Evidence for visual-pathway specific effects of attended-region size on perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Corke M, Bell J, Goodhew SC, et al. (2016) Perceived Time Slows During Fleeting Fun or Fear. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-22
Goodhew SC, Edwards M. (2016) Object individuation is invariant to attentional diffusion: Changes in the size of the attended region do not interact with object-substitution masking. Cognition. 157: 358-364
Rideaux R, Badcock DR, Johnston A, et al. (2016) Temporal synchrony is an effective cue for grouping and segmentation in the absence of form cues. Journal of Vision. 16: 23
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