Thomas H. Carr

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Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Dale Dagenbach grad student Michigan State
Andrea Francis grad student Michigan State (PsychTree)
Tracy L. Brown grad student 1980-1985 (PsychTree)
Catherine M. Arrington grad student 2002 Michigan State
Sian L. Beilock grad student 2003 Michigan State
Paul E. Engelhardt grad student 2008 Michigan State
John A. Dewey grad student 2007-2012 Michigan State
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Carr TH. (2015) Strengths and weaknesses of reflection as a guide to action: pressure assails performance in multiple ways Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences. 14: 227-252
Dewey JA, Carr TH. (2013) Predictable and self-initiated visual motion is judged to be slower than computer generated motion. Consciousness and Cognition. 22: 987-95
Dewey JA, Carr TH. (2013) When dyads act in parallel, a sense of agency for the auditory consequences depends on the order of the actions. Consciousness and Cognition. 22: 155-66
Dewey JA, Carr TH. (2012) Is that what I wanted to do? Cued vocalizations influence the phenomenology of controlling a moving object. Consciousness and Cognition. 21: 507-25
Dewey JA, Seiffert AE, Carr TH. (2010) Taking credit for success: the phenomenology of control in a goal-directed task. Consciousness and Cognition. 19: 48-62
Francis AP, Schmidt GL, Carr TH, et al. (2009) Incidental learning of abstract rules for non-dominant word orders. Psychological Research. 73: 60-74
Beilock SL, Bertenthal BI, Hoerger M, et al. (2008) When does haste make waste? Speed-accuracy tradeoff, skill level, and the tools of the trade. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 14: 340-52
Huang J, Francis AP, Carr TH. (2008) Studying overt word reading and speech production with event-related fMRI: a method for detecting, assessing, and correcting articulation-induced signal changes and for measuring onset time and duration of articulation. Brain and Language. 104: 10-23
Gray R, Beilock SL, Carr TH. (2007) "As soon as the bat met the ball, I knew it was gone": outcome prediction, hindsight bias, and the representation and control of action in expert and novice baseball players. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 14: 669-75
Beilock SL, Jellison WA, Rydell RJ, et al. (2006) On the causal mechanisms of stereotype threat: can skills that don't rely heavily on working memory still be threatened? Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 32: 1059-71
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