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Richard A. Abrams
Richard A. Abrams
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Washington University
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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
16741988
Psychological sources of ambiguity avoidance
SP Curley, JF Yates, RA Abrams
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 38 (2), 230-256, 1986
6771986
An event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study of voluntary and stimulus-driven orienting of attention
JM Kincade, RA Abrams, SV Astafiev, GL Shulman, M Corbetta
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (18), 4593-4604, 2005
6492005
Motion onset captures attention
RA Abrams, SE Christ
Psychological Science 14 (5), 427-432, 2003
5672003
Speed—accuracy tradeoffs in aimed movements: Toward a theory of rapid voluntary action
DE Meyer, JEK Smith, S Kornblum, RA Abrams, CE Wright
Attention and performance XIII, 173-226, 2018
4422018
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
3901990
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
3861989
Inhibition of return: effects of attentional cuing on eye movement latencies.
RA Abrams, RS Dobkin
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (3), 467, 1994
3641994
Event boundaries in perception affect memory encoding and updating.
KM Swallow, JM Zacks, RA Abrams
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 138 (2), 236, 2009
3602009
Altered vision near the hands
RA Abrams, CC Davoli, F Du, WH Knapp III, D Paull
Cognition 107 (3), 1035-1047, 2008
2802008
Rapid aimed limb movements: age differences and practice effects in component submovements.
J Pratt, AL Chasteen, RA Abrams
Psychology and aging 9 (2), 325, 1994
2601994
It’s alive! Animate motion captures visual attention
J Pratt, PV Radulescu, RM Guo, RA Abrams
Psychological science 21 (11), 1724-1730, 2010
2262010
Differential use of distance and location information for spatial localization
RA Abrams, JZ Landgraf
Perception & Psychophysics 47 (4), 349-359, 1990
1771990
Selective interference with the maintenance of location information in working memory.
S Hale, J Myerson, SH Rhee, CS Weiss, RA Abrams
Neuropsychology 10 (2), 228, 1996
1671996
Using movement and intentions to understand human activity
JM Zacks, S Kumar, RA Abrams, R Mehta
Cognition 112 (2), 201-216, 2009
1662009
Color-based inhibition of return
MB Law, J Pratt, RA Abrams
Perception & Psychophysics 57 (3), 402-408, 1995
1631995
Programming saccadic eye movements.
RA Abrams, J Jonides
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 14 (3), 428, 1988
1571988
Mental chronometry: Beyond reaction time
RA Abrams, DA Balota
Psychological science 2 (3), 153-157, 1991
1471991
The effects of eye and limb movements on working memory
BM Lawrence, J Myerson, HM Oonk, RA Abrams
Memory 9 (4-6), 433-444, 2001
1372001
Interference with spatial working memory: An eye movement is more than a shift of attention
BM Lawrence, J Myerson, RA Abrams
Psychonomic bulletin & review 11 (3), 488-494, 2004
1322004
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