Michelle Jarick
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The frustrating effects of just missing the jackpot: Slot machine near-misses trigger large skin conductance responses, but no post-reinforcement pauses
MJ Dixon, V MacLaren, M Jarick, JA Fugelsang, KA Harrigan
Journal of Gambling Studies 29 (4), 661-674, 2013
952013
Multisensory integration of speech signals: The relationship between space and time
JA Jones, M Jarick
Experimental Brain Research 174 (3), 588-594, 2006
732006
Psychophysiological arousal signatures of near-misses in slot machine play
MJ Dixon, KA Harrigan, M Jarick, V MacLaren, JA Fugelsang, E Sheepy
International Gambling Studies 11 (3), 393-407, 2011
722011
The ups and downs (and lefts and rights) of synaesthetic number forms: Validation from spatial cueing and SNARC-type tasks
M Jarick, MJ Dixon, EC Maxwell, MER Nicholls, D Smilek
cortex 45 (10), 1190-1199, 2009
542009
Misinterpreting ‘winning’in multiline slot machine games
C Jensen, MJ Dixon, KA Harrigan, E Sheepy, JA Fugelsang, M Jarick
International Gambling Studies 13 (1), 112-126, 2013
512013
A different outlook on time: visual and auditory month names elicit different mental vantage points for a time-space synaesthete
M Jarick, MJ Dixon, MT Stewart, EC Maxwell, D Smilek
cortex 45 (10), 1217-1228, 2009
512009
The duality of gaze: eyes extract and signal social information during sustained cooperative and competitive dyadic gaze
M Jarick, A Kingstone
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1423, 2015
242015
Synaesthesia, sequences, and space
C Jonas, M Jarick
Oxford handbook of synaesthesia, 123-148, 2013
162013
The automaticity of vantage point shifts within a synaesthetes’ spatial calendar
M Jarick, C Jensen, MJ Dixon, D Smilek
Journal of Neuropsychology 5 (2), 333-352, 2011
142011
Losses disguised as wins in multiline slots: using an educational animation to reduce erroneous win overestimates
C Graydon, MJ Dixon, KA Harrigan, JA Fugelsang, M Jarick
International Gambling Studies 17 (3), 442-458, 2017
122017
Eye contact affects attention more than arousal as revealed by prospective time estimation
M Jarick, KEW Laidlaw, E Nasiopoulos, A Kingstone
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (5), 1302-1307, 2016
102016
9 is Always on top: Assessing the automaticity of synaesthetic number-forms
M Jarick, MJ Dixon, D Smilek
Brain and cognition 77 (1), 96-105, 2011
102011
Eye contact is a two-way street: Arousal is elicited by the sending and receiving of eye gaze information
M Jarick, R Bencic
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1262, 2019
92019
Effects of seeing and hearing speech on speech production: A response time study
M Jarick, JA Jones
Experimental brain research 195 (2), 175, 2009
82009
Observation of static gestures influences speech production
M Jarick, JA Jones
Experimental brain research 189 (2), 221-228, 2008
62008
Time-space associations in synaesthesia: when input modality matters
M Jarick, M Dixon, E Maxwell, D Smilek
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 525-525, 2008
62008
Do you see what I hear? Vantage point preference and visual dominance in a time-space synaesthete
M Jarick, MT Stewart, D Smilek, MJ Dixon
Frontiers in psychology 4, 695, 2013
42013
June Must Be Right and 9 Is on Top: An Investigation of Time-Space and Number-Form Synaesthesia
MA Jarick
University of Waterloo, 2011
32011
Socially communicative eye contact and gender affect memory
SN Lanthier, M Jarick, MJH Zhu, CSJ Byun, A Kingstone
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1128, 2019
22019
Unmasking Losses Disguised as Wins during Slot Machine Play Enhances the Feedback-Related Negativity Typically Associated With Losses
M Jarick, M Dixon, K Harrigan, C Jensen
Guelph, ON: Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre. Retrieved September 14 …, 2012
22012
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