Matthew Hilchey
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Are there bilingual advantages on nonlinguistic interference tasks? Implications for the plasticity of executive control processes
MD Hilchey, RM Klein
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (4), 625-658, 2011
Returning to “inhibition of return” by dissociating long-term oculomotor IOR from short-term sensory adaptation and other nonoculomotor “inhibitory” cueing effects.
MD Hilchey, RM Klein, J Satel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (4 …, 2014
Does bilingual exercise enhance cognitive fitness in traditional non-linguistic executive processing tasks
MD Hilchey, J Saint-Aubin, RM Klein
The Cambridge handbook of bilingual processing, 586-613, 2015
Oculomotor inhibition of return
RM Klein, MD Hilchey
The Oxford handbook of eye movements, 471-492, 2011
On the time course of exogenous cueing effects in bilinguals: higher proficiency in a second language is associated with more rapid endogenous disengagement
RK Mishra, MD Hilchey, N Singh, RM Klein
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 65 (8), 1502-1510, 2012
Perceptual and motor inhibition of return: components or flavors?
MD Hilchey, RM Klein, J Ivanoff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (7), 1416-1429, 2012
The effects of ignored versus foveated cues upon inhibition of return: An event-related potential study
J Satel, MD Hilchey, Z Wang, R Story, RM Klein
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (1), 29-40, 2013
Oculomotor inhibition of return: How soon is it “recoded” into spatiotopic coordinates?
MD Hilchey, RM Klein, J Satel, Z Wang
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (6), 1145-1153, 2012
Examining the dissociation of retinotopic and spatiotopic inhibition of return with event-related potentials
J Satel, Z Wang, MD Hilchey, RM Klein
Neuroscience Letters 524 (1), 40-44, 2012
In search of a reliable electrophysiological marker of oculomotor inhibition of return
J Satel, MD Hilchey, Z Wang, CS Reiss, RM Klein
Psychophysiology, 2014
Driving forces in free visual search: an ethology
WJ MacInnes, AR Hunt, MD Hilchey, RM Klein
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (2), 280-295, 2014
On the role of eye movement monitoring and discouragement on inhibition of return in a go/no-go task
MD Hilchey, M Hashish, GH MacLean, J Satel, J Ivanoff, RM Klein
Vision Research 96, 133-139, 2014
Inhibition of return is at the midpoint of simultaneous cues
J Christie, MD Hilchey, RM Klein
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (8), 1610-1618, 2013
Visualizing the temporal dynamics of spatial information processing responsible for the Simon effect and its amplification by inhibition of return
MD Hilchey, J Ivanoff, TL Taylor, RM Klein
Acta Psychologica 136 (2), 235-244, 2011
Averaging saccades are repelled by prior uninformative cues at both short and long intervals
Z Wang, J Satel, MD Hilchey, RM Klein
Visual Cognition 20 (7), 825-847, 2012
Cambridge Handbook of Bilingual Processing
MD Hilchey, J Saint-Aubin, RM Klein, J Schwieter
Cambridge: CUP, 2015
On the nature of the delayed “inhibitory” cueing effects generated by uninformative arrows at fixation
MD Hilchey, J Satel, J Ivanoff, RM Klein
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (3), 593-600, 2013
Intervening response events between identification targets do not always turn repetition benefits into repetition costs
MD Hilchey, J Rajsic, G Huffman, J Pratt
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (3), 807-819, 2017
When is inhibition of return input-or output-based? It depends on how you look at it.
MD Hilchey, D Dohmen, NA Crowder, RM Klein
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2016
Placeholders dissociate two forms of inhibition of return
MD Hilchey, J Pratt, J Christie
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-13, 2016
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