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Bruce Milliken
Bruce Milliken
Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour - McMaster University
Verified email at mcmaster.ca
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Selective attention: a reevaluation of the implications of negative priming.
B Milliken, S Joordens, PM Merikle, AE Seiffert
Psychological review 105 (2), 203, 1998
4901998
The context-specific proportion congruent Stroop effect: Location as a contextual cue
MJC Crump, Z Gong, B Milliken
Psychonomic bulletin & review 13 (2), 316-321, 2006
3322006
Endogenous temporal orienting of attention in detection and discrimination tasks
Á Correa, J Lupiáñez, B Milliken, P Tudela
Perception & Psychophysics 66 (2), 264-278, 2004
2422004
On the strategic modulation of the time course of facilitation and inhibition of return
J Lupiáñez, B Milliken, C Solano, B Weaver, SP Tipper
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 54 (3), 753-773, 2001
2422001
Short article: The flexibility of context-specific control: Evidence for context-driven generalization of item-specific control settings
MJC Crump, B Milliken
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (8), 1523-1532, 2009
1812009
Inhibition of return and the attentional set for integrating versus differentiating information
J Lupiáñez, B Milliken
The Journal of General Psychology 126 (4), 392-418, 1999
1801999
Negative priming in a spatial localization task: Feature mismatching and distractor inhibition.
B Milliken, SP Tipper, B Weaver
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 20 (3), 624, 1994
1731994
Context-specific learning and control: The roles of awareness, task relevance, and relative salience
MJC Crump, JMM Vaquero, B Milliken
Consciousness and cognition 17 (1), 22-36, 2008
1542008
Attending, ignoring, and repetition: On the relation between negative priming and inhibition of return
B Milliken, SP Tipper, G Houghton, J Lupiáñez
Perception & psychophysics 62 (6), 1280-1296, 2000
1462000
Independent effects of endogenous and exogenous spatial cueing: Inhibition of return at endogenously attended target locations
J Lupiáñez, C Decaix, E Siéroff, S Chokron, B Milliken, P Bartolomeo
Experimental Brain Research 159, 447-457, 2004
1452004
Identification of disoriented objects: effects of context of prior presentation.
P Jolicoeur, B Milliken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 15 (2), 200, 1989
1301989
Separate mechanisms recruited by exogenous and endogenous spatial cues: evidence from a spatial Stroop paradigm.
MJ Funes, J Lupiáñez, B Milliken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (2), 348, 2007
1152007
Inhibitory processes in auditory selective attention: Evidence of location-based and frequency-based inhibition of return
TA Mondor, LM Breau, B Milliken
Perception & Psychophysics 60 (2), 296-302, 1998
1051998
Attention and inhibition
B Milliken, SP Tipper
Attention, 191-221, 2016
1012016
The manifestation of attentional capture: facilitation or IOR depending on task demands
J Lupianez, M Ruz, MJ Funes, B Milliken
Psychological Research 71, 77-91, 2007
942007
Spatial negative priming without mismatching: Comment on Park and Kanwisher (1994).
SP Tipper, B Weaver, B Milliken
American Psychological Association 21 (5), 1220, 1995
851995
Orienting in space and time: Joint contributions to exogenous spatial cuing effects
B Milliken, J Lupiáñez, M Roberts, B Stevanovski
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 10 (4), 877-883, 2003
822003
Distinguishing between inhibition-based and episodic retrieval-based accounts of negative priming.
SP Tipper, B Milliken
American Psychological Association, 1996
821996
Social categories as a context for the allocation of attentional control.
E Cañadas, R Rodríguez-Bailón, B Milliken, J Lupiáñez
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (3), 934, 2013
722013
Automatic and controlled processing in Stroop negative priming: The role of attentional set.
B Milliken, J Lupianez, J Debner, B Abello
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 25 (6), 1384, 1999
691999
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