John Flowers

Affiliations: 
Psychology The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
Area:
Clinical Psychology
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Dodd MD, Flowers JH. (2012) The influence of attention, learning, and motivation on visual search. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. 59: 1-4
Bikah M, Hallbeck MS, Flowers JH. (2008) Supracutaneous vibrotactile perception threshold at various non-glabrous body loci. Ergonomics. 51: 920-34
Green TD, Flowers JH. (2003) Comparison of implicit and explicit learning processes in a probabilistic task. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 97: 299-314
Odgaard EC, Flowers JH, Bradman HL. (1999) An investigation of the cognitive and perceptual dynamics of a colour-digit synaesthete. Perception. 28: 651-64
Flowers JH, Smith KL. (1998) What is learned about nontarget items in simple visual search? Perception & Psychophysics. 60: 696-704
Carlson KA, Flowers JH. (1996) Intentional versus unintentional use of contingencies between perceptual events. Perception & Psychophysics. 58: 460-70
Flowers JH, Hauer TA. (1995) Musical versus visual graphs: Cross-modal equivalence in perception of time series data Human Factors. 37: 553-569
Flowers JH, Hauer TA. (1993) "Sound" alternatives to visual graphics for exploratory data analysis Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, &Amp; Computers. 25: 242-249
Flowers JH, Hauer TA. (1992) The ear's versus the eye's potential to assess characteristics of numeric data: Are we too visuocentric? Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, &Amp; Computers. 24: 258-264
Flowers JH, Reed D, Green TD. (1991) Priming by “predictive” context stimuli in visual classification Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 29: 79-81
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