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Philip A. Allen
Philip A. Allen
Professor of Psychology, University of Akron
Zweryfikowany adres z uakron.edu
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Improving aerobic capacity in healthy older adults does not necessarily lead to improved cognitive performance.
DJ Madden, JA Blumenthal, PA Allen, CF Emery
Psychology and aging 4 (3), 307, 1989
2471989
Influence of age and processing stage on visual word recognition.
PA Allen, DJ Madden, TA Weber, KE Groth
Psychology and Aging 8 (2), 274, 1993
1571993
Age-related slowing and the time course of semantic priming in visual word identification.
DJ Madden, TW Pierce, PA Allen
Psychology and Aging 8 (4), 490, 1993
1241993
Influence of case type, word frequency, and exposure duration on visual word recognition.
PA Allen, B Wallace, TA Weber
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (4), 914, 1995
1211995
On mental multiplication and age.
PA Allen, MH Ashcraft, TA Weber
Psychology and aging 7 (4), 536, 1992
1071992
Adult age differences in attentional allocation during memory search.
DJ Madden, TW Pierce, PA Allen
Psychology and Aging 7 (4), 594, 1992
1051992
Adult age differences in the use of distractor homogeneity during visual search.
DJ Madden, TW Pierce, PA Allen
Psychology and aging 11 (3), 454, 1996
1021996
The psychological refractory period: evidence for age differences in attentional time-sharing.
PA Allen, AF Smith, H Vires-Collins, S Sperry
Psychology and Aging 13 (2), 218, 1998
1001998
Adult age differences in letter-level and word-level processing.
PA Allen, DJ Madden, LC Crozier
Psychology and Aging 6 (2), 261, 1991
911991
Adult age differences in visual search accuracy: attentional guidance and target detectability.
DJ Madden, LR Gottlob, PA Allen
Psychology and aging 14 (4), 683, 1999
891999
Visual word recognition without central attention: evidence for greater automaticity with advancing age.
MC Lien, PA Allen, E Ruthruff, J Grabbe, RS McCann, RW Remington
Psychology and Aging 21 (3), 431, 2006
872006
Age differences in overlapping-task performance: evidence for efficient parallel processing in older adults.
PA Allen, L Mei-Ching, MD Murphy, RE Sanders, KS Judge, RS McCann
Psychology and Aging 17 (3), 505, 2002
872002
Perhaps the lexicon is coded as a function of word frequency
PA Allen, M McNeal, D Kvak
Journal of Memory and language 31 (6), 826-844, 1992
871992
Relation of individual differences in impulsivity to nonclinical emotional decision making
MM Sweitzer, PA Allen, KP Kaut
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14 (5), 878-882, 2008
822008
Ideomotor compatibility in the psychological refractory period effect: 29 years of oversimplification.
MC Lien, RW Proctor, PA Allen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (2), 396, 2002
792002
Searching from the top down: Ageing and attentional guidance during singleton detection
WL Whiting, DJ Madden, TW Pierce, PA Allen
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 58 (1), 72-97, 2005
762005
Alexithymia in men: How and when do emotional processing deficiencies occur?
RF Levant, PA Allen, MC Lien
Psychology of Men & Masculinity 15 (3), 324, 2014
732014
Holism revisited: Evidence for parallel independent word-level and letter-level processors during word recognition.
PA Allen, PL Emerson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (2), 489, 1991
731991
On age differences in prefrontal function: the importance of emotional/cognitive integration
E Baena, PA Allen, KP Kaut, RJ Hall
Neuropsychologia 48 (1), 319-333, 2010
702010
Emotion and episodic memory
PA Allen, KP Kaut, RR Lord
Handbook of behavioral neuroscience 18, 115-132, 2008
682008
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