Brad Wyble

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Publication Tags

Short Term Memory Attentional Blink Color Stimulus Amnesia Cues Experiment Names Resources Visual Perception Surprise Letters Costs And Cost Analysis Interference Aptitude Food Evidence Percept Masks Violations Working Memory Cost Benefit Analysis Contingent Dual Task Learning

Most Recent Papers

Are motor adjustments quick because they don't require detection or because they escape competition?

Bradley Wyble, David Rosenbaum, Motor Control

On the limits of evidence accumulation of the preconscious percept

Alberto Avilés, Howard Bowman, Brad Wyble, 2020, Cognition

Learning how to exploit sources of information

Brad Wyble, Michael Hess, Ryan E. O’Donnell, Hui Chen, Baruch Eitam, 2019, Memory and Cognition on p. 696-705

Expecting the unexpected

Hui Chen, Niya Yan, Ping Zhu, Bradley Paul Wyble, Baruch Eitam, Mowei Shen, 2019, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance on p. 513-522

The neglected contribution of memory encoding in spatial cueing

Hui Chen, Bradley Paul Wyble, 2018, Psychological Review on p. 936-968

A hierarchical model of visual processing simulates neural mechanisms underlying reflexive attention

Chloe Callahan-Flintoft, Hui Chen, Bradley Paul Wyble, 2018, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General on p. 1273-1294

Is Source Information Automatically Available in Working Memory?

Hui Chen, Richard A. Carlson, Brad Wyble, 2018, Psychological Science on p. 645-655

Adults blink more deeply

Natalie Russo, Wendy R. Kates, Nicole Shea, Megan LeBlanc, Bradley Paul Wyble, 2018, Developmental Science

Using attribute amnesia to test the limits of hyper-binding and associative deficits in working memory

John M. McCormick-Huhn, Hui Chen, Bradley Paul Wyble, Nancy Anne Coulter Dennis, 2018, Psychology and aging on p. 165-175

Competitive interactions affect working memory performance for both simultaneous and sequential stimulus presentation

Jumana Ahmad, Garrett Swan, Howard Bowman, Brad Wyble, Anna C. Nobre, Kimron L. Shapiro, Fiona McNab, 2017, Scientific reports

Most-Cited Papers

Detecting meaning in RSVP at 13 ms per picture

Mary C. Potter, Brad Wyble, Carl Erick Hagmann, Emily S. McCourt, 2014, Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics on p. 270-279

Attentional episodes in visual perception

Bradley Paul Wyble, Mary C. Potter, Howard Bowman, Mark Nieuwenstein, 2011, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General on p. 488-505

Contingent attentional capture by conceptually relevant images

Bradley Paul Wyble, Charles Folk, Mary C. Potter, 2013, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance on p. 861-871

The binding pool

Garrett Swan, Bradley Paul Wyble, 2014, Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics on p. 2136-2157

Amnesia for Object Attributes

Hui Chen, Bradley Paul Wyble, 2015, Psychological Science on p. 203-210

Sparing from the attentional blink is not spared from structural limitations

R. Dell'Acqua, P. E. Dux, B. Wyble, P. Jolicœur, 2012, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review on p. 232-238

Beyond a mask and against the bottleneck

Mark Nieuwenstein, Brad Wyble, 2014, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General on p. 1409-1427

The location but not the attributes of visual cues are automatically encoded into working memory

Hui Chen, Brad Wyble, 2015, Vision Research on p. 76-85

The benefit of attention is not diminished when distributed over two simultaneous cues

Maxwell Bay, Brad Wyble, 2014, Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics on p. 1287-1297

Picture Detection in Rapid Serial Visual Presentation

Mary C. Potter, Brad Wyble, Rijuta Pandav, Jennifer Olejarczyk, 2010, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance on p. 1486-1494