David I. Shore

Affiliations: 
Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Area:
Multisensory Perception, Attention, eye tracking, eeg
Website:
http://msp.mcmaster.ca
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Stephen P. Tipper research assistant 1990-1991 McMaster University
 (Honour's Thesis)
James T. Enns grad student McMaster University
Vince Di Lollo grad student 1993-1997 UBC
 (co-supervised with Jim enns)
Raymond M. Klein post-doc 1997-1999 Dalhousie Univ.
Terence Picton post-doc 1999-2000 Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto
 (Too short a time.)
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Kovshoff H, Iarocci G, Shore DI, et al. (2015) Developmental trajectories of form perception: A story of attention. Developmental Psychology. 51: 1544-52
MacLellan E, Shore DI, Milliken B. (2015) Contextual control over selective attention: evidence from a two-target method. Psychological Research. 79: 556-69
Vallet GT, Shore DI, Schutz M. (2014) Exploring the role of the amplitude envelope in duration estimation Perception. 43: 616-630
Studenka BE, Eliasz KL, Shore DI, et al. (2014) Crossing the arms confuses the clocks: sensory feedback and the bimanual advantage. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 390-7
Fenesi B, Heisz J, Savage PI, et al. (2014) Combining best-practice and experimental approaches: Redundancy, images, and misperceptions in multimedia learning Journal of Experimental Education. 82: 253-263
Fenesi B, Sana F, Kim JA, et al. (2014) Reconceptualizing Working Memory in Educational Research Educational Psychology Review. 27: 333-351
Cadieux ML, Shore DI. (2013) Response demands and blindfolding in the crossed-hands deficit: An exploration of reference frame conflict Multisensory Research. 26: 465-482
Baruch O, Yeshurun Y, Shore DI. (2013) Space and time: an impact of spatial separation, apparent motion, and perceptual grouping on TOJ performance. Perception. 42: 551-61
Heisz JJ, Pottruff MM, Shore DI. (2013) Females Scan More Than Males: A Potential Mechanism for Sex Differences in Recognition Memory Psychological Science. 24: 1157-1163
Hayward DA, Shore DI, Ristic J, et al. (2012) Flexible visual processing in young adults with autism: the effects of implicit learning on a global-local task. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 42: 2383-92
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