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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Chen YC, Lewis TL, Shore DI, et al. (2018) Developmental changes in the perception of visuotactile simultaneity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 173: 304-317
Chen YC, Maurer D, Lewis TL, et al. (2017) Central-peripheral differences in audiovisual and visuotactile event perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
MacLellan E, Shore DI, Milliken B. (2017) Perceptual similarity induces overinvestment in an attentional blink task. Psychological Research
Chen YC, Shore DI, Lewis TL, et al. (2016) The development of the perception of audiovisual simultaneity. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 146: 17-33
LaPointe MR, Cullen R, Baltaretu B, et al. (2016) An Attentional Bias for LEGO® People Using a Change Detection Task: Are LEGO® People Animate? Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
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
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