Todd A. Kahan

Affiliations: 
Bates College, Lewiston, ME, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Attention, Perception, Semantic Memory, Automaticity
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Choi H, Connor CB, Wason SE, et al. (2016) The Effects of Interdependent and Independent Priming on Western Participants’ Ability to Perceive Changes in Visual Scenes Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 47: 97-108
Ocampo B, Kahan TA. (2015) Evaluating automatic attentional capture by self-relevant information. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-2
Prioli SC, Kahan TA. (2015) Identifying words that emerge into consciousness: Effects of word valence and unconscious previewing. Consciousness and Cognition. 35: 88-97
Kahan TA. (2015) What Dot-Based Masking Effects Can Tell Us About Visual Cognition: A Selective Review of Masking Effects at the Whole-Object and Edge-Based Levels Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory
Slowiaczek LM, Kahan TA. (2014) Evidence for the automatic processing of prelexical codes in an orthographic but not a phonological task. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1607-16
Mathis KM, Kahan TA. (2014) Holistic processing improves change detection but impairs change identification. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1250-4
Kahan TA, Enns JT. (2014) Long-term memory representations influence perception before edges are assigned to objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 143: 566-74
Kahan TA, Oldak VA, Lichtman AS. (2013) Working memory loads affect location-based negative priming differently than inhibition of return Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 25: 473-492
Kahan TA, Chokshi NS. (2013) Perceptual interactions between primes, masks, and targets: Further evidence for object updating Visual Cognition. 21: 123-138
Kahan TA, Colligan SM, Wiedman JN. (2011) Are visual features of a looming or receding object processed in a capacity-free manner? Consciousness and Cognition. 20: 1761-7
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