Scott Watter

McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
"Scott Watter"
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Thomson SJ, Simone AC, Watter S. (2020) Item-specific proportion congruency (ISPC) modulates, but does not generate, the backward crosstalk effect. Psychological Research
Ptok MJ, Hannah KE, Watter S. (2020) Memory effects of conflict and cognitive control are processing stage-specific: evidence from pupillometry. Psychological Research
Calic G, Shamy NE, Kinley I, et al. (2020) Subjective semantic surprise resulting from divided attention biases evaluations of an idea's creativity. Scientific Reports. 10: 2144
Ptok MJ, Thomson SJ, Humphreys KR, et al. (2019) Congruency Encoding Effects on Recognition Memory: A Stage-Specific Account of Desirable Difficulty. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 858
Lee AMC, Cerisano S, Humphreys KR, et al. (2017) Talking is harder than listening: The time course of dual-task costs during naturalistic conversation. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale. 71: 111-119
Giammarco M, Thomson SJ, Watter S. (2015) Dual-task backward compatibility effects are episodically mediated. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Thomson SJ, Danis LK, Watter S. (2015) PRP training shows Task1 response selection is the locus of the backward response compatibility effect. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22: 212-8
Vinski MT, Watter S. (2013) Being a grump only makes things worse: a transactional account of acute stress on mind wandering. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 730
Shedden JM, Milliken B, Watter S, et al. (2013) Event-related potentials as brain correlates of item specific proportion congruent effects. Consciousness and Cognition. 22: 1442-55
Thomson SJ, Watter S. (2013) Information continuity across the response selection bottleneck: early parallel Task 2 response activation contributes to overt Task 2 performance. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 934-53
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