Daniel James Sanchez

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Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Implicit Skill Learning
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Paul J. Reber grad student 2013 Northwestern
 (Performing from memory (systems): using skill learning to contrast the operating characteristics of implicit and explicit memory.)
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Sanchez DJ, Yarnik EN, Reber PJ. (2015) Quantifying transfer after perceptual-motor sequence learning: how inflexible is implicit learning? Psychological Research. 79: 327-43
Thompson KR, Sanchez DJ, Wesley AH, et al. (2014) Ego depletion impairs implicit learning. Plos One. 9: e109370
Bojinov H, Sanchez D, Reber P, et al. (2014) Authors' response Communications of the Acm. 57: 9
Bojinov H, Sanchez D, Reber P, et al. (2014) Neuroscience meets cryptography: Crypto primitives secure against rubber hose attacks Communications of the Acm. 57: 110-118
Oesch DW, Sanchez DJ, Kelly PR. (2014) Turbulence-induced optical vortex trails in light from HR 1577 Optics Infobase Conference Papers
Oesch DW, Sanchez DJ, Spillar EJ, et al. (2014) A first look at starfire optical range atmospheric monitor data for photonic orbital angular momentum Optics Infobase Conference Papers
Sanchez DJ, Reber PJ. (2013) Explicit pre-training instruction does not improve implicit perceptual-motor sequence learning. Cognition. 126: 341-51
Sanchez DJ, Oesch DW, Reynolds OR. (2013) The creation of photonic orbital angular momentum by molecular clouds Optics Infobase Conference Papers
Oesch DW, Sanchez DJ, Kelly PR. (2013) Photonic orbital angular momentum from HR 1895 Optics Infobase Conference Papers
Sanchez DJ, Reber PJ. (2012) Operating characteristics of the implicit learning system supporting serial interception sequence learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 439-52
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