Philip Leigh Smith, Ph.D., Prof.

University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 
"Philip Smith"
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Lilburn SD, Smith PL, Sewell DK. (2019) The separable effects of feature precision and item load in visual short-term memory. Journal of Vision. 19: 2
Sewell DK, Smith PL, Lilburn SD. (2018) Limitations of pure encoding capacity accounts of visual short-term memory phenomena: Reply to Bundesen (2018). Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 44: 1144-1145
Bode S, Bennett D, Sewell DK, et al. (2018) Dissociating neural variability related to stimulus quality and response times in perceptual decision-making. Neuropsychologia
Smith PL, Lilburn SD, Corbett EA, et al. (2016) The attention-weighted sample-size model of visual short-term memory: Attention capture predicts resource allocation and memory load. Cognitive Psychology. 89: 71-105
Sewell DK, Lilburn SD, Smith PL. (2016) Object Selection Costs in Visual Working Memory: A Diffusion Model Analysis of the Focus of Attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ratcliff R, Smith PL, Brown SD, et al. (2016) Diffusion Decision Model: Current Issues and History. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Voskuilen C, Ratcliff R, Smith PL. (2016) Comparing fixed and collapsing boundary versions of the diffusion model Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 73: 59-79
Ratcliff R, Smith PL, McKoon G. (2015) Modeling Regularities in Response Time and Accuracy Data with the Diffusion Model. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24: 458-470
Smith PL. (2015) The Poisson shot noise model of visual short-term memory and choice response time: Normalized coding by neural population size Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 66: 41-52
Smith PL, Ratcliff R. (2015) An introduction to the diffusion model of decision making An Introduction to Model-Based Cognitive Neuroscience. 49-70
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