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List of co-cited articles
articles co-cited >1



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Intentional attention switching in dichotic listening: exploring the efficiency of nonspatial and spatial selection.
Vera Lawo, Janina Fels, Josefa Oberem, Iring Koch. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 2014
16
100

On the automaticity of semantic processing during task switching.
François Vachon, Pierre Jolicœur. J Cogn Neurosci 2012
8
100

Event-related brain potential correlates of emotional face processing.
Martin Eimer, Amanda Holmes. Neuropsychologia 2007
411
100

A brain-potential study of preparation for and execution of a task-switch with stimuli that afford only the relevant task.
Heike Elchlepp, Aureliu Lavric, Guy A Mizon, Stephen Monsell. Hum Brain Mapp 2012
20
100

The NimStim set of facial expressions: judgments from untrained research participants.
Nim Tottenham, James W Tanaka, Andrew C Leon, Thomas McCarry, Marcella Nurse, Todd A Hare, David J Marcus, Alissa Westerlund, B J Casey, Charles Nelson. Psychiatry Res 2009
100

Naming the color of a word: is it responses or task sets that compete?
S Monsell, T J Taylor, K Murphy. Mem Cognit 2001
89
100




Are stimulus-response rules represented phonologically for task-set preparation and maintenance?
Félice van 't Wout, Aureliu Lavric, Stephen Monsell. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2013
12
100

Self-paced preparation for a task switch eliminates attentional inertia but not the performance switch cost.
Cai S Longman, Aureliu Lavric, Stephen Monsell. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2017
8
100

Task switching: interplay of reconfiguration and interference control.
André Vandierendonck, Baptist Liefooghe, Frederick Verbruggen. Psychol Bull 2010
362
100


Visual search for singleton feature targets across dimensions: Stimulus- and expectancy-driven effects in dimensional weighting.
Hermann J Muller, Brit Reimann, Joseph Krummenacher. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2003
192
100

The coupling between spatial attention and other components of task-set: A task-switching investigation.
Cai S Longman, Aureliu Lavric, Stephen Monsell. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove) 2016
8
100

Absence of perceptual processing during reconfiguration of task set.
Chris Oriet, Pierre Jolcoeur. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2003
30
100

Electrophysiological markers of visual dimension changes and response changes.
Thomas Töllner, Klaus Gramann, Hermann J Müller, Monika Kiss, Martin Eimer. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2008
94
100

Components of attentional set-switching.
M F S Rushworth, R E Passingham, A C Nobre. Exp Psychol 2005
101
100

Statistical Evidence in Experimental Psychology: An Empirical Comparison Using 855 t Tests.
Ruud Wetzels, Dora Matzke, Michael D Lee, Jeffrey N Rouder, Geoffrey J Iverson, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers. Perspect Psychol Sci 2011
345
100




Attention modulates the processing of emotional expression triggered by foveal faces.
Amanda Holmes, Monika Kiss, Martin Eimer. Neurosci Lett 2006
76
100

The time it takes to switch attention.
Gordon D Logan. Psychon Bull Rev 2005
25
100


Effects of emotional intensity under perceptual load: An event-related potentials (ERPs) study.
Miriam Müller-Bardorff, Claudia Schulz, Jutta Peterburs, Maximilian Bruchmann, Martin Mothes-Lasch, Wolfgang Miltner, Thomas Straube. Biol Psychol 2016
20
100

Proactive inhibitory control: A general biasing account.
Heike Elchlepp, Aureliu Lavric, Christopher D Chambers, Frederick Verbruggen. Cogn Psychol 2016
46
100

Is preparing for a language switch like preparing for a task switch?
Aureliu Lavric, Amanda Clapp, Antonia East, Heike Elchlepp, Stephen Monsell. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2019
7
100


Shifting Attention Between Visual Dimensions as a Source of Switch Costs.
Heike Elchlepp, Maisy Best, Aureliu Lavric, Stephen Monsell. Psychol Sci 2017
6
100

Involuntary covert orienting is contingent on attentional control settings.
C L Folk, R W Remington, J C Johnston. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 1992
100

Between-task competition and cognitive control in task switching.
Nick Yeung, Leigh E Nystrom, Jessica A Aronson, Jonathan D Cohen. J Neurosci 2006
183
100

Tests of the automaticity of reading: dilution of Stroop effects by color-irrelevant stimuli.
D Kahneman, D Chajczyk. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 1983
250
100

An ERP study on the time course of emotional face processing.
Martin Eimer, Amanda Holmes. Neuroreport 2002
451
100

Jackknife-based method for measuring LRP onset latency differences.
J Miller, T Patterson, R Ulrich. Psychophysiology 1998
378
100

Long-term memory and the control of attentional control.
Ulrich Mayr, David Kuhns, Jason Hubbard. Cogn Psychol 2014
20
100

On the nonautomaticity of visual word processing: electrophysiological evidence that word processing requires central attention.
Mei-Ching Lien, Eric Ruthruff, Logan Cornett, Zachary Goodin, Philip A Allen. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2008
28
100

The stroop effect and the myth of automaticity.
D Besner, J A Stolz, C Boutilier. Psychon Bull Rev 1997
157
100

Automaticity revisited: when print doesn't activate semantics.
Elsa M Labuschagne, Derek Besner. Front Psychol 2015
16
100

A change of task prolongs early processes: evidence from ERPs in lexical tasks.
Heike Elchlepp, Aureliu Lavric, Stephen Monsell. J Exp Psychol Gen 2015
9
100

The magic of words reconsidered: Investigating the automaticity of reading color-neutral words in the Stroop task.
Sachiko Kinoshita, Bianca De Wit, Dennis Norris. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2017
20
100



Switching attention between modalities: further evidence for visual dominance.
Sarah Lukas, Andrea M Philipp, Iring Koch. Psychol Res 2010
33
100



Attentional inertia and delayed orienting of spatial attention in task-switching.
Cai S Longman, Aureliu Lavric, Cristian Munteanu, Stephen Monsell. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2014
26
100

Can the task-cuing paradigm measure an endogenous task-set reconfiguration process?
Stephen Monsell, Guy A Mizon. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 2006
193
100

A paradigm for exploring what the mind does while deciding what it should do.
Derek Besner, Stephanie Care. Can J Exp Psychol 2003
21
100



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.