Marvin Lamb
Marvin Lamb
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Effects of lesions of temporal-parietal junction on perceptual and attentional processing in humans
LC Robertson, MR Lamb, RT Knight
Journal of Neuroscience 8 (10), 3757-3769, 1988
5611988
Neuropsychological contributions to theories of part/whole organization
LC Robertson, MR Lamb
Cognitive psychology 23 (2), 299-330, 1991
5421991
Component mechanisms underlying the processing of hierarchically organized patterns: Inferences from patients with unilateral cortical lesions.
MR Lamb, LC Robertson, RT Knight
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16 (3), 471, 1990
3011990
The processing of hierarchical stimuli: Effects of retinal locus, locational uncertainty, and stimulus identity
MR Lamb, LC Robertson
Perception & psychophysics 44 (2), 172-181, 1988
2331988
Attention and interference in the processing of global and local information: Effects of unilateral temporal-parietal junction lesions
MR Lamb, LC Robertson, RT Knight
Neuropsychologia 27 (4), 471-483, 1989
2001989
The effect of visual angle on global and local reaction times depends on the set of visual angles presented
MR Lamb, LC Robertson
Perception & Psychophysics 47 (5), 489-496, 1990
1781990
Do response time advantage and interference reflect the order of processing of global-and local-level information?
MR Lamb, LC Robertson
Perception & psychophysics 46 (3), 254-258, 1989
1431989
Spatial attention and cuing to global and local levels of hierarchical structure.
LC Robertson, R Egly, MR Lamb, L Kerth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 19 (3), 471, 1993
1421993
The role of spatial frequency in the processing of hierarchically organized stimuli
MR Lamb, EW Yund
Perception & Psychophysics 54 (6), 773-784, 1993
1411993
Spatial memory and the performance of rats and pigeons in the radial-arm maze
AB Bond, RG Cook, MR Lamb
Animal Learning & Behavior 9 (4), 575-580, 1981
1321981
Interhemispheric relations in processing hierarchical patterns: Evidence from normal and commissurotomized subjects.
LC Robertson, MR Lamb, E Zaidel
Neuropsychology 7 (3), 325, 1993
1071993
Spatial frequency and attention: Effects of level-, target-, and location-repetition on the processing of global and local forms
MR Lamb, EW Yund
Perception & Psychophysics 58 (3), 363-373, 1996
1051996
Normal global-local analysis in patients with dorsolateral frontal lobe lesions
LC Robertson, MR Lamb, RT Knight
Neuropsychologia 29 (10), 959-967, 1991
751991
A classification and analysis of short-term retention codes in pigeons
DA Riley, RG Cook, MR Lamb
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 15, 51-79, 1981
701981
Effect of acute alcohol on attention and the processing of hierarchical patterns
MR Lamb, LC Robertson
Alcoholism: Clinical and experimental research 11 (3), 243-248, 1987
591987
Effects of element arrangement on the processing of compound stimuli in pigeons (Columba livia).
MR Lamb, DA Riley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 7 (1), 45, 1981
531981
Is attentional selection to different levels of hierarchical structure based on spatial frequency?
MR Lamb, EW Yund, HM Pond
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 128 (1), 88, 1999
471999
The role of perceptual reference frames in visual field asymmetries
LC Robertson, MR Lamb
Neuropsychologia 26 (1), 145-152, 1988
431988
Automatic and controlled processes in the analysis of hierarchical structure
MR Lamb, B London, HM Pond, KA Whitt
Psychological Science 9 (1), 14-19, 1998
421998
Spatial frequency and interference between global and local levels of structure
MR Lamb
Visual Cognition 3 (3), 193-220, 1996
411996
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