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John J. McDonald

Affiliations: 
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Attention, vision, multisensory perpception, executive control
Website:
http://www.sfu.ca/~jmcd
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Hoffmeister JA, Smit AN, Livingstone AC, et al. (2021) Diversion of Attention Leads to Conflict between Concurrently Attended Stimuli, Not Delayed Orienting to the Object of Interest. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-17
Kappenman ES, Geddert R, Farrens JL, et al. (2021) Recoiling from Threat: Anxiety is Related to Heightened Suppression of Threat, Not Increased Attention to Threat. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 9: 434-448
Smit AN, Michalik M, Livingstone AC, et al. (2019) Circadian misalignment impairs ability to suppress visual distractions. Psychophysiology. e13485
Green JJ, Spalek TM, McDonald JJ. (2019) From alternation to repetition: Spatial attention biases contribute to sequential effects in a choice reaction-time task. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Störmer VS, McDonald JJ, Hillyard SA. (2019) Involuntary orienting of attention to sight or sound relies on similar neural biasing mechanisms in early visual processing. Neuropsychologia. 132: 107122
Tay D, Harms V, Hillyard SA, et al. (2019) Electrophysiological correlates of visual singleton detection. Psychophysiology. e13375
Gaspar JM, McDonald JJ. (2018) High Level of Trait Anxiety Leads to Salience-Driven Distraction and Compensation. Psychological Science. 956797618807166
Christie GJ, Spalek TM, McDonald JJ. (2018) Salience drives overt selection of two equally relevant visual targets. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Pierce AM, McDonald JJ, Green JJ. (2018) Electrophysiological evidence of an attentional bias in crossmodal inhibition of return. Neuropsychologia
Hassall CD, Connor PC, Trappenberg TP, et al. (2018) Learning what matters: A neural explanation for the sparsity bias. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 127: 62-72
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