George Malcolm, PhD

2016- Psychology University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, United Kingdom 
"George Malcolm"
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Warman A, Clark A, Malcolm G, et al. (2024) EXPRESS: Is there a lower visual field advantage for objects affordances? A registered report. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218241230812
Wegner-Clemens K, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2024) Predicting attentional allocation in real-world environments: The need to investigate crossmodal semantic guidance. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. e1675
McLean D, Nuthmann A, Renoult L, et al. (2023) Expectation-based gist facilitation: Rapid scene understanding and the role of top-down information. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Wardle SG, Ewing L, Malcolm GL, et al. (2023) Children perceive illusory faces in objects as male more often than female. Cognition. 235: 105398
Sheremata S, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2022) Behavioral asymmetries in visual short-term memory occur in retinotopic coordinates. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wegner-Clemens K, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2022) How much is a cow like a meow? A novel database of human judgements of audiovisual semantic relatedness. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 84: 1317-1327
Nah JC, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2021) Task-Irrelevant Semantic Properties of Objects Impinge on Sensory Representations within the Early Visual Cortex. Cerebral Cortex Communications. 2: tgab049
Shomstein S, Malcolm GL, Nah JC. (2019) Intrusive effects of task-irrelevant information on visual selective attention: semantics and size. Current Opinion in Psychology. 29: 153-159
Nah JC, Malcolm GL, Shomstein S. (2019) Semantic Associations Between Scenes and Objects Bias Attention Even When Task-irrelevant Journal of Vision. 19: 46a
Malcolm GL, Silson EH, Henry JR, et al. (2018) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to the Occipital Place Area Biases Gaze During Scene Viewing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 189
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