Karen M. Arnell, PhD

Psychology Brock University, Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada 
cogniton, attention
"Karen Arnell"
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Chung A, Busseri MA, Arnell KM. (2022) Individual differences in naturally occurring affect predict conceptual breadth: evidence for the importance of arousal by valence interactions. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 7: 98
Pitchford B, Arnell KM. (2021) Individual Differences in Attentional Breadth Changes Over Time: An Event-Related Potential Investigation. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 605250
Pitchford B, Arnell KM. (2019) Resting EEG in alpha and beta bands predicts individual differences in attentional breadth. Consciousness and Cognition. 75: 102803
Pitchford B, Arnell KM. (2018) Self-control and its influence on global/local processing: An investigation of the role of frontal alpha asymmetry and dispositional approach tendencies. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Pitchford B, Arnell K. (2018) Approach motivation and narrowed attentional breadth following self-control: investigating the role of asymmetrical frontal activity Journal of Vision. 18: 1125
MacLeod J, Stewart BM, Newman AJ, et al. (2017) Do emotion-induced blindness and the attentional blink share underlying mechanisms? An event-related potential study of emotionally-arousing words. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Schutten D, Stokes KA, Arnell KM. (2017) I want to media multitask and I want to do it now: Individual differences in media multitasking predict delay of gratification and system-1 thinking. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 2: 8
Pitchford B, Arnell K. (2017) Executive control processes can broaden attention for those with high approach tendencies Journal of Vision. 17: 690
Chung A, Arnell K. (2017) Dispositional affect predicts attentional and conceptual breadth: Individual difference evidence for the importance of arousal and valence interactions Journal of Vision. 17: 688
Arnell K, Dube B. (2015) Extraversion predicts superior face-specific recognition ability, but through experience, not positive affect. Journal of Vision. 15: 175
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