Dana A. Hayward, Ph.D.

2018- Psychology University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada 
attention, social cogntion
"Dana Hayward"
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Ma HL, Dawson MRW, Prinsen RS, et al. (2022) Embodying cognitive ethology. Theory & Psychology. 33: 42-58
Ha J, Hayward DA. (2022) Are you paying attention to me? The effect of social presence on spatial attention to gaze and arrows. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Hayward DA, Pomares F, Casey KF, et al. (2020) Birth weight is associated with adolescent brain development: A multimodal imaging study in monozygotic twins. Human Brain Mapping
Hayward DA, Ristic J. (2019) What and where: The influence of attention on visual short-term memory for item and spatial location information, and the relationship to autism traits. Journal of Vision. 19: 73d
Hayward DA, Ristic J. (2018) Changes in Tonic Alertness but Not Voluntary Temporal Preparation Modulate the Attention Elicited by Task-Relevant Gaze and Arrow Cues. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 2
Hayward DA, Fenerci C, Ristic J. (2018) An investigation of global-local processing bias in a large sample of typical individuals varying in autism traits. Consciousness and Cognition. 65: 271-279
Hayward DA, Pereira EJ, Otto AR, et al. (2017) Smile! Social Reward Drives Attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Hayward DA, Voorhies W, Morris JL, et al. (2017) Staring Reality in the Face: A Comparison of Social Attention Across Laboratory and Real World Measures Suggests Little Common Ground. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Hayward DA, Ristic J. (2017) Feature and motion-based gaze cuing is linked with reduced social competence. Scientific Reports. 7: 44221
Hayward DA, Ristic J. (2016) Automated symbolic orienting is not modulated by explicit temporal attention. Acta Psychologica. 171: 93-98
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