Howard E. Egeth

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
attention, perception, visual search
"Howard Egeth"
Mean distance: 14.12 (cluster 15)


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Kevin C. Dieter research assistant 2006-2008 Johns Hopkins
Charles L. Folk grad student Villanova
Thomas Ghirardelli grad student Johns Hopkins
Grover Cleveland Gilmore grad student Johns Hopkins
Robert G. Pachella grad student Johns Hopkins
Tashina L Graves grad student 2010- Johns Hopkins
Seah Chang grad student 2016- Johns Hopkins
J Toby Mordkoff grad student 1991 Johns Hopkins
Larence Becker grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Andrew B. Leber grad student 1998-2003 Johns Hopkins
Michael J. Proulx grad student 2000-2005 Johns Hopkins
Melanie Palomares grad student 2000-2006 Johns Hopkins
Carly J. Leonard grad student 2003-2009 Johns Hopkins
Jeff S. Moher grad student 2006-2011 Johns Hopkins
Corbin A. Cunningham grad student 2012-2017 Johns Hopkins
Dominique Lamy post-doc Johns Hopkins
Cathleen M. Moore post-doc Johns Hopkins
Joshua Benjamin Ewen research scientist 2009-
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Chang S, Egeth HE. (2020) Can salient stimuli really be suppressed? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Chang S, Egeth HE. (2019) Enhancement and Suppression Flexibly Guide Attention. Psychological Science. 956797619878813
Cunningham CA, Egeth HE. (2017) The capture of attention by entirely irrelevant pictures of calorie-dense foods. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Cunningham CA, Egeth HE. (2016) Taming the White Bear: Initial Costs and Eventual Benefits of Distractor Inhibition. Psychological Science
Cunningham CA, Yassa MA, Egeth HE. (2015) Massive memory revisited: Limitations on storage capacity for object details in visual long-term memory. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 22: 563-6
Graves T, Egeth HE. (2015) When does feature search fail to protect against attentional capture? Visual Cognition. 23: 1098-1123
Moher J, Lakshmanan BM, Egeth HE, et al. (2014) Inhibition drives early feature-based attention. Psychological Science. 25: 315-24
Moher J, Ashinoff BK, Egeth HE. (2013) Detection is unaffected by the deployment of focal attention. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 284
Moher J, Egeth HE. (2012) The ignoring paradox: cueing distractor features leads first to selection, then to inhibition of to-be-ignored items. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 1590-605
Ewen JB, Moher JS, Lakshmanan BM, et al. (2012) Multiple task interference is greater in children with ADHD. Developmental Neuropsychology. 37: 119-33
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