Bradley S Gibson
Bradley S Gibson
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Must figure-ground organization precede object recognition? An assumption in peril
MA Peterson, BS Gibson
Psychological Science 5 (5), 253-259, 1994
Stimulus-driven attentional capture is contingent on attentional set for displaywide visual features.
BS Gibson, EM Kelsey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 24 (3), 699, 1998
Shape recognition inputs to figure-ground organization in three-dimensional displays
MA Peterson, BS Gibson
Cognitive Psychology 25 (3), 383-429, 1993
Object recognition contributions to figure-ground organization: Operations on outlines and subjective contours
MA Peterson, BS Gibson
Perception & psychophysics 56 (5), 551-564, 1994
Inhibition of return to object-based and environment-based locations
BS Gibson, H Egeth
Perception & Psychophysics 55 (3), 323-339, 1994
Visual attention and the semantics of space: Beyond central and peripheral cues
BS Gibson, A Kingstone
Psychological Science 17 (7), 622-627, 2006
Surprise! An unexpected color singleton does not capture attention in visual search
BS Gibson, Y Jiang
Psychological science 9 (3), 176-182, 1998
Directing spatial attention within an object: Altering the functional equivalence of shape description.
MA Peterson, BS Gibson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 17 (1), 170, 1991
Component analysis of verbal versus spatial working memory training in adolescents with ADHD: A randomized, controlled trial
BS Gibson, DM Gondoli, AC Johnson, CM Steeger, BA Dobrzenski, ...
Child Neuropsychology 17 (6), 546-563, 2011
Object continuity in apparent motion and attention.
S Yantis, BS Gibson
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 1994
The initial identification of figure-ground relationships: Contributions from shape recognition processes
MA Peterson, BS Gibson
Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 29 (2), 199-202, 1991
Does orientation-independent object recognition precede orientation-dependent recognition? Evidence from a cuing paradigm.
BS Gibson, MA Peterson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (2), 299, 1994
Inhibition of return and attentional control settings
BS Gibson, J Amelio
Perception & psychophysics 62, 496-504, 2000
Inhibition and disinhibition of return: Evidence from temporal order judgments
BS Gibson, H Egeth
Perception & Psychophysics 56 (6), 669-680, 1994
Synesthesia and memory: color congruency, von Restorff, and false memory effects.
GA Radvansky, BS Gibson, M McNerney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (1), 219, 2011
Variation in cue duration reveals top-down modulation of involuntary orienting to uninformative symbolic cues
BS Gibson, TA Bryant
Perception & psychophysics 67, 749-758, 2005
Visual attention and objects: One versus two or convex versus concave?
BS Gibson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 20 (1), 203, 1994
Using hazard functions to assess changes in processing capacity in an attentional cuing paradigm.
MJ Wenger, BS Gibson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 30 (4), 708, 2004
Searching for one versus two identical targets: When visual search has a memory
BS Gibson, L Li, E Skow, K Brown, L Cooke
Psychological Science 11 (4), 324-327, 2000
Combined cognitive and parent training interventions for adolescents with ADHD and their mothers: A randomized controlled trial
CM Steeger, DM Gondoli, BS Gibson, RA Morrissey
Child Neuropsychology 22 (4), 394-419, 2016
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