Nicholas Gaspelin, Ph.D.

Psychology University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
"Nicholas Gaspelin"
Mean distance: 18.18 (cluster 23)


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Cathleen M. Moore research assistant
Shaun P. Vecera research assistant
Eric Ruthruff grad student 2014 Univ. of New Mexico
 (Can Irrelevant Onsets Capture Attention? Searching for a Unified Model of Attention Capture.)
Steven J. Luck post-doc UC Davis


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Cristina R. Ceja research assistant 2015-2017 UC Davis
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Bansal S, Gaspelin N, Robinson BM, et al. (2021) Oculomotor inhibition and location priming in schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 130: 651-664
Talcott TN, Gaspelin N. (2021) Eye movements are not mandatorily preceded by the N2pc component. Psychophysiology. e13821
Luck SJ, Gaspelin N, Folk CL, et al. (2021) Progress Toward Resolving the Attentional Capture Debate. Visual Cognition. 29: 1-21
Adams OJ, Gaspelin N. (2021) Introspective awareness of oculomotor attentional capture. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Maxwell JW, Gaspelin N, Ruthruff E. (2020) No identification of abrupt onsets that capture attention: evidence against a unified model of spatial attention. Psychological Research
Ruthruff E, Faulks M, Maxwell JW, et al. (2020) Attentional dwelling and capture by color singletons. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Talcott TN, Gaspelin N. (2020) Prior target locations attract overt attention during search. Cognition. 201: 104282
Adams OJ, Gaspelin N. (2020) Assessing introspective awareness of attention capture. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Gaspelin N, Gaspar JM, Luck SJ. (2019) Oculomotor Inhibition of Salient Distractors: Voluntary Inhibition Cannot Override Selection History. Visual Cognition. 27: 227-246
Gaspelin N, Luck SJ. (2018) Inhibition as a potential resolution to the attentional capture debate. Current Opinion in Psychology. 29: 12-18
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