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Allen Osman
Allen Osman
Lumos Labs
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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, 1990
22291990
Modern mental chronometry
DE Meyer, AM Osman, DE Irwin, S Yantis
Biological psychology 26 (1-3), 3-67, 1988
4491988
The dynamics of cognition and action: mental processes inferred from speed-accuracy decomposition.
DE Meyer, DE Irwin, AM Osman, J Kounois
Psychological review 95 (2), 183, 1988
3801988
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
2911986
On the transmission of partial information: inferences from movement-related brain potentials.
A Osman, TR Bashore, MGH Coles, E Donchin, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 18 (1), 217, 1992
2691992
The locus of dual-task interference: psychological refractory effects on movement-related brain potentials.
A Osman, CM Moore
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 19 (6 …, 1993
2581993
Linear spatial integration for single-trial detection in encephalography
L Parra, C Alvino, A Tang, B Pearlmutter, N Yeung, A Osman, P Sajda
NeuroImage 17 (1), 223-230, 2002
2382002
N200 in the Eriksen-task: Inhibitory executive process?
M Heil, A Osman, J Wiegelmann, B Rolke, E Hennighausen
Journal of psychophysiology 14 (4), 218, 2000
2182000
On the locus of speed-accuracy trade-off in reaction time: inferences from the lateralized readiness potential.
G Rinkenauer, A Osman, R Ulrich, H Müller-Gethmann, S Mattes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 133 (2), 261, 2004
2132004
Mental slowing in elderly persons: A cognitive psychophysiological analysis.
TR Bashore, A Osman, EF Heffley III
Psychology and aging 4 (2), 235, 1989
1711989
Mechanisms of speed–accuracy tradeoff: evidence from covert motor processes
A Osman, L Lou, H Muller-Gethmann, G Rinkenauer, S Mattes, R Ulrich
Biological psychology 51 (2-3), 173-199, 2000
1632000
Does motor programming necessitate response execution?
A Osman, S Kornblum, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 16 (1), 183, 1990
1481990
Bisecting RT with lateralized readiness potentials: Precue effects after LRP onset
A Osman, CM Moore, R Ulrich
Acta psychologica 90 (1-3), 111-127, 1995
1251995
Temporal properties of human information processing: Tests of discrete versus continuous models
DE Meyer, S Yantis, AM Osman, JEK Smith
Cognitive Psychology 17 (4), 445-518, 1985
1041985
Cortico-spinal inhibition reflects time but not event preparation: neural mechanisms of preparation dissociated by transcranial magnetic stimulation
T Hasbroucq, A Osman, CA Possamaı̈, B Burle, S Carron, D Dépy, ...
Acta psychologica 101 (2-3), 243-266, 1999
931999
Structure and process in semantic memory: New evidence based on speed–accuracy decomposition.
J Kounios, AM Osman, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 116 (1), 3, 1987
861987
Structure and process in semantic memory: New evidence based on speed–accuracy decomposition.
J Kounios, AM Osman, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 116 (1), 3, 1987
861987
Dimensional overlap: Cognitive basis for stimulus-response compatibility-a model and taxonomy
S Komblum, T Hasbroucq, A Osman
Psychological Review 97 (2), 253-270, 1990
761990
Discrete versus continuous models of response preparation: A reaction-time analysis
DE Meyer, S Yantis, A Osman, JEK Smith
Preparatory states & processes, 69-94, 2019
692019
Single-trial detection in EEG and MEG: Keeping it linear
L Parra, C Alvino, A Tang, B Pearlmutter, N Yeung, A Osman, P Sajda
Neurocomputing 52, 177-183, 2003
582003
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