Eliot Hazeltine

University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Motor control, executive control, dual-task
"Eliot Hazeltine"
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Roembke TC, Freedberg MV, Hazeltine E, et al. (2019) Simultaneous training on overlapping grapheme phoneme correspondences augments learning and retention. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 191: 104731
Wills KM, Liu J, Hakun J, et al. (2016) Neural Mechanisms for the Benefits of Stimulus-Driven Attention. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 1-9
Ravizza SM, Uitvlugt MG, Hazeltine E. (2016) Where to Start? Bottom-Up Attention Improves Working Memory by Determining Encoding Order. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Freedberg M, Schacherer J, Hazeltine E. (2015) Incidental Learning of Rewarded Associations Bolsters Learning on an Associative Task. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Clark R, Freedberg M, Hazeltine E, et al. (2015) Are There Age-Related Differences in the Ability to Learn Configural Responses? Plos One. 10: e0137260
Halvorson KM, Hazeltine E. (2015) Do small dual-task costs reflect ideomotor compatibility or the absence of crosstalk? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Wijeakumar S, Magnotta VA, Buss AT, et al. (2015) Response control networks are selectively modulated by attention to rare events and memory load regardless of the need for inhibition Neuroimage. 120: 331-344
Hazeltine E, Schumacher EH. (2015) Understanding Central Processes: The Case against Simple Stimulus-Response Associations and for Complex Task Representation Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory
Wifall T, Hazeltine E, Toby Mordkoff J. (2015) The roles of stimulus and response uncertainty in forced-choice performance: an amendment to Hick/Hyman Law Psychological Research
Hazeltine E, Mordkoff JT. (2014) Resolved but not forgotten: Stroop conflict dredges up the past. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1327
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