Charles Eriksen

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Charles Eriksen"

Dissertation c. 1951 "Perceptual Defense"

Mean distance: 14.51 (cluster 14)


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Richard A. Carlson research assistant (PsychTree)
James E. Hoffman grad student UIUC
Harold J. Johnson grad student UIUC (PsychTree)
Joseph Lappin grad student UIUC
Richard Price grad student UIUC
Gordon Lee Paul grad student 1964 UIUC
Ira H. Bernstein post-doc UIUC
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Pan K, Eriksen CW. (1993) Attentional distribution in the visual field during same-different judgments as assessed by response competition. Perception & Psychophysics. 53: 134-44
Eriksen BA, Eriksen CW, Hoffman JE. (1986) Recognition memory and attentional selection: serial scanning is not enough. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 12: 476-83
Eriksen CW, Hoffman JE. (1974) Selective attention: Noise suppression or signal enhancement? Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 4: 587-589
Colegatef RL, Hoffman JE, Eriksen CW. (1973) Selective encoding from multielement visual displays Perception & Psychophysics. 14: 217-224
Eriksen CW, Hoffman JE. (1973) The extent of processing of noise elements during selective encoding from visual displays Perception & Psychophysics. 14: 155-160
Eriksen CW, Hoffman JE. (1972) Temporal and spatial characteristics of selective encoding from visual displays Perception & Psychophysics. 12: 201-204
Eriksen CW, Hoffman JE. (1972) Some characteristics of selective attention in visual perception determined by vocal reaction time Perception & Psychophysics. 11: 169-171
Eriksen CW, Becker BB, Hoffman JE. (1970) Safari to masking land: A hunt for the elusive U Perception & Psychophysics. 8: 245-250
Eriksen CW, Lappin JS. (1967) Independence in the perception of simultaneously presented forms at brief durations. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 73: 468-72
Eriksen CW, Lappin JS. (1967) Selective attention and very short-term recognition memory for nonsense forms. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 73: 358-64
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