Dr. Richard Abrams is a Dentist practicing in Milwaukee, WI. Dr. Abrams specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.
- Random visual noise impairs object-based attention.
- Inhibition of return in static and dynamic displays.
- Object-based selection within and beyond the focus of spatial attention.
- Inhibitory control following perinatal brain injury.
- Motion onset captures attention.
- Interference with spatial working memory: an eye movement is more than a shift of attention.
- Hand movements deviate toward distracters in the absence of response competition.
- Illusory gravitational forces affect aimed limb movements.
- An event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging study of voluntary and stimulus-driven orienting of attention.
- The onset of receding motion captures attention: comment on Franconeri and Simons (2003).
- Attentional modulation of the gap effect.
- Onset but not offset of irrelevant motion disrupts inhibition of return.
- Motion onset captures attention: a rejoinder to Franconeri and Simons (2005).
- Just like new: newly segregated old objects capture attention.
- Inhibitory control in children with phenylketonuria.
- Visual search for change in older adults.
- Abrupt onsets cannot be ignored.
- New objects can capture attention without a unique luminance transient.
- Capture of attention by new motion in young and older adults.
- An anti-Hick's effect in monkey and human saccade reaction times.
- The attentional influence of new objects and new motion.
- Synergy of stimulus-driven salience and goal-directed prioritization: evidence from the spatial blink.
- Reaching out with the imagination.
- Event boundaries in perception affect memory encoding and updating.
- Onset capture requires attention.
- Using movement and intentions to understand human activity.
- Visual field asymmetry in attentional capture.
- When meaning matters, look but don't touch: the effects of posture on reading.
- Isoluminant motion onset captures attention.
- Endogenous orienting is reduced during the attentional blink.
- Visuomotor binding in older adults.
- It's alive! animate motion captures visual attention.
- Spatial distribution of the attentional blink.
- Watch this! Observed tool use affects perceived distance.
- Reaching for words and nonwords: interactive effects of word frequency and stimulus quality on the characteristics of reaching movements.
- Out of control: attentional selection for orientation is thwarted by properties of the underlying neural mechanisms.
- Fundamental differences in visual search with verbal and pictorial cues.
- Age-related changes in attentional reference frames for peripersonal space.
- On the automaticity of contingent capture: disruption caused by the attentional blink.
- Hand proximity--not arm posture--alters vision near the hands.
- Enhanced cognitive control near the hands.
- The visual P2 is attenuated for attended objects near the hands.
- Trade-offs in visual processing for stimuli near the hands.
- Inhibition of return affects contrast sensitivity.
- Hold the future, let the past go: attention prefers the features of future targets.
- Decomposing the action effect: how simple actions affect subsequent perception.
- Limits on action priming by pictures of objects.
- Reward and punishment act as distinct factors in guiding behavior.
- How far away is that? It depends on you: Perception accounts for the abilities of others.
- Spatial representations in older adults are not modified by action: Evidence from tool use.
- Reduced object-based perception in the near-hand space.
- Influence of simple action on subsequent manual and ocular responses.
- Emotional processing is enhanced in peri-hand space.
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