Robert J. Teszka, MSc

Brunel University, Uxbridge, England, United Kingdom 
attention, awareness, magic
"Robert Teszka"

still a phd student

Mean distance: 20.43 (cluster 15)


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Jonathan Wolf Schooler research assistant 2007-2008 UBC
Alan F. Kingstone research assistant 2009-2010 UBC
Gustav Kuhn grad student 2012- Goldsmiths University (PsychTree)
Petter Johansson grad student 2010-2011 UCL (PsychTree)
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Kuhn G, Teszka R. (2017) Don't get misdirected! Differences in overt and covert attentional inhibition between children and adults. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-23
Kuhn G, Teszka R, Tenaw N, et al. (2015) Don't be fooled! Attentional responses to social cues in a face-to-face and video magic trick reveals greater top-down control for overt than covert attention. Cognition. 146: 136-142
Kuhn G, Caffaratti HA, Teszka R, et al. (2014) A psychologically-based taxonomy of misdirection. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1392
Bishop DT, Moore S, Horne S, et al. (2014) Attentional capture by spoken language: effects on netballers' visual task performance. Journal of Sports Sciences. 32: 1611-20
Foulsham T, Teszka R, Kingstone A. (2011) Saccade control in natural images is shaped by the information visible at fixation: evidence from asymmetric gaze-contingent windows. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 73: 266-83
Foulsham T, Teszka R, Kingstone A. (2010) What is the shape of the visual information that drives saccades in natural images? Evidence from a gaze-contingent display Journal of Vision. 10: 534-534
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