Brian A. Anderson

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
attention, cognition, cognitive neuroscience
"Brian Anderson"
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Charles L. Folk grad student 2007-2009 Villanova
Steven Yantis grad student 2009-2014 Johns Hopkins
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Kim H, Anderson BA. (2020) How does the attention system learn from aversive outcomes? Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Liao MR, Britton MK, Anderson BA. (2020) Selection history is relative. Vision Research. 175: 23-31
Grégoire L, Britton MK, Anderson BA. (2020) Motivated suppression of value- and threat-modulated attentional capture. Emotion (Washington, D.C.)
Kim AJ, Anderson BA. (2020) Arousal-Biased Competition Explains Reduced Distraction by Reward Cues Under Threat. Eneuro
Kim AJ, Anderson BA. (2020) The effect of concurrent reward on aversive information processing in the brain. Neuroimage. 116890
Kim AJ, Lee DS, Anderson BA. (2020) The influence of threat on the efficiency of goal-directed attentional control. Psychological Research
Britton MK, Anderson BA. (2019) Specificity and persistence of statistical learning in distractor suppression. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Britton MK, Anderson BA. (2019) Attentional avoidance of threatening stimuli. Psychological Research
Anderson BA, Britton MK. (2019) Selection history in context: Evidence for the role of reinforcement learning in biasing attention. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Anderson BA, Kim H, Britton MK, et al. (2019) Measuring attention to reward as an individual trait: the value-driven attention questionnaire (VDAQ). Psychological Research
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