Christopher Erb

2016-2018 Psychology University of North Carolina Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
 2018- The University of Auckland, Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 
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Erb CD, Moher J, Marcovitch S. (2021) Attentional capture in goal-directed action during childhood, adolescence, and early adulthood. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 214: 105273
Erb CD, Welhaf MS, Smeekens BA, et al. (2021) Linking the dynamics of cognitive control to individual differences in working memory capacity: Evidence from reaching behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Erb CD, Smith KA, Moher J. (2020) Tracking continuities in the flanker task: From continuous flow to movement trajectories. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Erb CD, Touron DR, Marcovitch S. (2020) Tracking the dynamics of global and competitive inhibition in early and late adulthood: Evidence from the flanker task. Psychology and Aging. 35: 729-743
Erb CD. (2020) Additional considerations when measuring adaptive control in conflict tasks New Ideas in Psychology. 58: 100778
Erb CD, Aschenbrenner AJ. (2019) Multiple expectancies underlie the congruency sequence effect in confound-minimized tasks. Acta Psychologica. 198: 102869
Erb CD, McBride AG, Marcovitch S. (2019) Associative priming and conflict differentially affect two processes underlying cognitive control: Evidence from reaching behavior. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Erb CD, Cavanagh JF. (2019) Layers of latent effects in cognitive control: An EEG investigation. Acta Psychologica. 195: 1-11
Erb CD, Marcovitch S. (2018) Tracking the Within-Trial, Cross-Trial, and Developmental Dynamics of Cognitive Control: Evidence From the Simon Task. Child Development
Erb CD, Marcovitch S. (2018) Deconstructing the Gratton effect: Targeting dissociable trial sequence effects in children, pre-adolescents, and adults. Cognition. 179: 150-162
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