Roger Remington
Roger Remington
Professor of Psychology, University of Queensland
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Involuntary covert orienting is contingent on attentional control settings.
CL Folk, RW Remington, JC Johnston
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 18 (4†…, 1992
29331992
Selectivity in distraction by irrelevant featural singletons: evidence for two forms of attentional capture.
CL Folk, R Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 24 (3), 847, 1998
8221998
The structure of attentional control: contingent attentional capture by apparent motion, abrupt onset, and color.
CL Folk, RW Remington, JH Wright
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 20 (2), 317, 1994
7081994
Moving attention through visual space.
GL Shulman, RW Remington, JP Mclean
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 5 (3), 522, 1979
5431979
Involuntary attentional capture by abrupt onsets
RW Remington, JC Johnston, S Yantis
Perception & Psychophysics 51 (3), 279-290, 1992
5301992
Attention and saccadic eye movements.
RW Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 6 (4), 726, 1980
4471980
Moving attention: Evidence for time-invariant shifts of visual selective attention
R Remington, L Pierce
Perception & Psychophysics 35 (4), 393-399, 1984
3361984
Chronometric evidence for two types of attention
JC Johnston, RS McCann, RW Remington
Psychological Science 6 (6), 365-369, 1995
2541995
Is the left hemisphere specialized for speech, language and/or something else?
G PapÁun, S Krashen, D Terbeek, R Remington, R Harshman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 55 (2), 319-327, 1974
2491974
Switching between simple cognitive tasks: The interaction of top-down and bottom-up factors.
E Ruthruff, RW Remington, JC Johnston
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 27 (6†…, 2001
2432001
The role of input and output modality pairings in dual-task performance: Evidence for content-dependent central interference
E Hazeltine, E Ruthruff, RW Remington
Cognitive Psychology 52 (4), 291-345, 2006
2152006
How does practice reduce dual-task interference: Integration, automatization, or just stage-shortening?
E Ruthruff, M Van Selst, JC Johnston, R Remington
Psychological research 70 (2), 125-142, 2006
2102006
Contingent attentional capture by top-down control settings: converging evidence from event-related potentials.
MC Lien, E Ruthruff, Z Goodin, RW Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (3), 509, 2008
1892008
Top-down modulation of preattentive processing: Testing the recovery account of contingent capture
CL Folk, R Remington
Visual Cognition 14 (4-8), 445-465, 2006
1742006
Modeling information navigation: Implications for information architecture
CS Miller, RW Remington
Human-computer interaction 19 (3), 225-271, 2004
1742004
Contingent attentional capture: A reply to Yantis (1993).
CL Folk, RW Remington, JC Johnston
American Psychological Association 19 (3), 682, 1993
1621993
Can new objects override attentional control settings?
CL Folk, R Remington
Perception & Psychophysics 61 (4), 727-739, 1999
1561999
Vanishing dual-task interference after practice: Has the bottleneck been eliminated or is it merely latent?
E Ruthruff, JC Johnston, M Van Selst, S Whitsell, R Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 29 (2), 280, 2003
1542003
Bottom-up priming of top-down attentional control settings
CL Folk, RW Remington
Visual Cognition 16 (2-3), 215-231, 2008
1482008
All set! Evidence of simultaneous attentional control settings for multiple target colors.
JL Irons, CL Folk, RW Remington
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (3), 758, 2012
1302012
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