Sylvan Kornblum, PhD
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Dimensional overlap: Cognitive basis for stimulus-response compatibility—A model and taxonomy
S Kornblum, T Hasbroucq, A Osman
Psychological review 97 (2), 253-270, 1990
20031990
Optimality in human motor performance: ideal control of rapid aimed movements.
DE Meyer, RA Abrams, S Kornblum, CE Wright, JE Keith Smith
Psychological review 95 (3), 340, 1988
15201988
Attention and control: Have we been asking the wrong questions? A critical review of twenty-five years
A Allport
Attention and performance XIV: Synergies in experimental psychologyá…, 1993
6491993
IQ electrocortical substrates of visual selective attention
GR Mangun, SA Hillyard, SJ Luck
Attention and performance XIV: Synergies in experimental psychologyá…, 1993
4971993
Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in aimed movements: Toward a theory of rapid voluntary action.
DE Meyer, JE Keith-Smith, S Kornblum, RA Abrams, CE Wright
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc, 1990
3821990
Eye-hand coordination: oculomotor control in rapid aimed limb movements.
RA Abrams, DE Meyer, S Kornblum
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 16 (2), 248, 1990
3551990
The skill of attention control: Acquisition and execution of attention strategies
D Gopher
Attention and performance XIV: Synergies in experimental psychologyá…, 1993
3361993
Stimulus-response compatibility with relevant and irrelevant stimulus dimensions that do and do not overlap with the response.
S Kornblum, JW Lee
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (4), 855, 1995
3351995
Speed and accuracy of saccadic eye movements: characteristics of impulse variability in the oculomotor system.
RA Abrams, DE Meyer, S Kornblum
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 15 (3), 529, 1989
3331989
Isolation of specific interference processing in the Stroop task: PET activation studies
SF Taylor, S Kornblum, EJ Lauber, S Minoshima, RA Koeppe
Neuroimage 6 (2), 81-92, 1997
3291997
The way irrelevant dimensions are processed depends on what they overlap with: The case of Stroop-and Simon-like stimuli
S Kornblum
Psychological research 56 (3), 130-135, 1994
2651994
The point of no return in choice reaction time: controlled and ballistic stages of response preparation.
A Osman, S Kornblum, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 12 (3), 243, 1986
2521986
Executive control in the Simon effect: an electromyographic and distributional analysis
B Burle, CA Possama´, F Vidal, M Bonnet, T Hasbroucq
Psychological research 66 (4), 324-336, 2002
2382002
A priming method for investigating the selection of motor responses
DA Rosenbaum, S Kornblum
Acta Psychologica 51 (3), 223-243, 1982
2151982
Physiological evidence for response inhibition in choice reaction time tasks
B Burle, F Vidal, C Tandonnet, T Hasbroucq
Brain and cognition 56 (2), 153-164, 2004
2032004
A parallel distributed processing model of stimulus–stimulus and stimulus–response compatibility
HH Zhang, J Zhang, S Kornblum
Cognitive psychology 38 (3), 386-432, 1999
1991999
Stimulus-response compatibility and the Simon effect: Toward a conceptual clarification.
T Hasbroucq, Y Guiard
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (1), 246, 1991
1971991
The effects of irrelevant stimuli: 1. The time course of stimulus–stimulus and stimulus–response consistency effects with Stroop-like stimuli, Simon-like tasks, and theirá…
S Kornblum, GT Stevens, A Whipple, J Requin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (3), 688, 1999
1911999
Interactions between object and space systems revealed through neuropsychology
GW Humphreys, MJ Riddoch
Attention and performance XIV, 143-162, 1993
1871993
Error negativity on correct trials: a reexamination of available data
F Vidal, B Burle, M Bonnet, J Grapperon, T Hasbroucq
Biological psychology 64 (3), 265-282, 2003
1752003
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