Karen M. Arnell, PhD

Psychology Brock University, Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada 
cogniton, attention
"Karen Arnell"
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Schutten D, Stokes KA, Arnell KM. (2017) I want to media multitask and I want to do it now: Individual differences in media multitasking predict delay of gratification and system-1 thinking. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 2: 8
Arnell K, Dube B. (2015) Extraversion predicts superior face-specific recognition ability, but through experience, not positive affect. Journal of Vision. 15: 175
Dale G, Arnell KM. (2015) Multiple measures of dispositional global/local bias predict attentional blink magnitude. Psychological Research. 79: 534-47
Dale G, Arnell KM. (2014) Lost in the forest, stuck in the trees: dispositional global/local bias is resistant to exposure to high and low spatial frequencies. Plos One. 9: e98625
Dale G, Arnell KM. (2013) Investigating the stability of and relationships among global/local processing measures. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 394-406
Dale G, Dux PE, Arnell KM. (2013) Individual differences within and across attentional blink tasks revisited. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 456-67
MaClean MH, Arnell KM. (2013) Individual differences in electrophysiological responses to performance feedback predict AB magnitude. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 13: 270-83
Dale G, Arnell KM. (2013) How reliable is the attentional blink? Examining the relationships within and between attentional blink tasks over time. Psychological Research. 77: 99-105
MacLean MH, Arnell KM. (2012) A conceptual and methodological framework for measuring and modulating the attentional blink. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 1080-97
Stokes KA, Arnell KM. (2012) New considerations for the cognitive locus of impairment in the irrelevant-sound effect. Memory & Cognition. 40: 918-31
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