James E. Hoffman

Affiliations: 
Department of Psychology University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology
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Kennedy BL, Rawding J, Most SB, et al. (2014) Emotion-induced blindness reflects competition at early and late processing stages: an ERP study. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 14: 1485-98
Skoranski AM, Most SB, Lutz-Stehl M, et al. (2013) Response monitoring and cognitive control in childhood obesity. Biological Psychology. 92: 199-204
Landau B, Hoffman JE. (2013) Spatial Representation: From Gene to Mind Spatial Representation: From Gene to Mind. 1-391
Landau B, Hoffman JE. (2012) Explaining Selective Spatial Breakdown in Williams Syndrome: Four Principles of Normal Spatial Development and Why They Matter The Emerging Spatial Mind
O'Hearn K, Hoffman JE, Landau B. (2011) Small Subitizing Range in People with Williams syndrome. Visual Cognition. 19: 289-312
Doran MM, Hoffman JE. (2010) The role of visual attention in multiple object tracking: evidence from ERPs. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 72: 33-52
Quinn PC, Doran MM, Reiss JE, et al. (2010) Neural markers of subordinate-level categorization in 6- to 7-month-old infants. Developmental Science. 13: 499-507
O'Hearn K, Hoffman JE, Landau B. (2010) Developmental profiles for multiple object tracking and spatial memory: typically developing preschoolers and people with Williams syndrome. Developmental Science. 13: 430-40
Landau B, O'hearn K, Hoffman JE. (2010) Tethering to the World, Coming Undone The Spatial Foundations of Language and Cognition
Quinn PC, Doran MM, Reiss JE, et al. (2009) Time course of visual attention in infant categorization of cats versus dogs: evidence for a head bias as revealed through eye tracking. Child Development. 80: 151-61
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