Mark J. Fenske
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The Unengaged Mind Defining Boredom in Terms of Attention
JD Eastwood, A Frischen, MJ Fenske, D Smilek
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (5), 482-495, 2012
Modulation of focused attention by faces expressing emotion: evidence from flanker tasks.
MJ Fenske, JD Eastwood
Emotion 3 (4), 327, 2003
Affective evaluations of objects are influenced by observed gaze direction and emotional expression
AP Bayliss, A Frischen, MJ Fenske, SP Tipper
Cognition 104 (3), 644-653, 2007
Selective attention determines emotional responses to novel visual stimuli
JE Raymond, MJ Fenske, NT Tavassoli
Psychological Science 14 (6), 537-542, 2003
The units of thought
M Bar, E Aminoff, M Mason, M Fenske
Hippocampus 17 (6), 420-428, 2007
Affective influences of selective attention
MJ Fenske, JE Raymond
Current Directions in Psychological Science 15 (6), 312-316, 2006
Top-down facilitation of visual object recognition: object-based and context-based contributions
MJ Fenske, E Aminoff, N Gronau, M Bar
Progress in brain Research 155, 3-21, 2006
Emotional devaluation of distracting patterns and faces: A consequence of attentional inhibition during visual search?
JE Raymond, MJ Fenske, N Westoby
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (6 …, 2005
Attentional Inhibition Has Social‐Emotional Consequences for Unfamiliar Faces
MJ Fenske, JE Raymond, K Kessler, N Westoby, SP Tipper
Psychological Science 16 (10), 753-758, 2005
The affective consequences of visual attention in preview search
MJ Fenske, JE Raymond, MA Kunar
Psychonomic bulletin & review 11 (6), 1055-1061, 2004
The rise and fall of priming: how visual exposure shapes cortical representations of objects
L Zago, MJ Fenske, E Aminoff, M Bar
Cerebral Cortex 15 (11), 1655-1665, 2005
Stimulus-category competition, inhibition, and affective devaluation: a novel account of the uncanny valley
AE Ferrey, TJ Burleigh, MJ Fenske
Frontiers in psychology 6, 92507, 2015
The affective consequences of cognitive inhibition: devaluation or neutralization?
A Frischen, AE Ferrey, DHR Burt, M Pistchik, MJ Fenske
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (1), 169, 2012
Hot or not: response inhibition reduces the hedonic value and motivational incentive of sexual stimuli
AE Ferrey, A Frischen, MJ Fenske
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 31107, 2012
Manipulations of attention enhance self-regulation
A Hanif, AE Ferrey, A Frischen, K Pozzobon, JD Eastwood, D Smilek, ...
Acta Psychologica 139 (1), 104-110, 2012
The winner's brain: 8 strategies great minds use to achieve success
J Brown, M Fenske
Da Capo Lifelong Books, 2010
Suppressing memories of words and familiar objects results in their affective devaluation: Evidence from Think/No-think tasks
D De Vito, MJ Fenske
Cognition 162, 1-11, 2017
Physiological and cognitive measures during prolonged sitting: Comparisons between a standard and multi-axial office chair
J Triglav, E Howe, J Cheema, B Dube, MJ Fenske, N Strzalkowski, L Bent
Applied ergonomics 78, 176-183, 2019
Neural evidence that inhibition is linked to the affective devaluation of distractors that match the contents of working memory
D De Vito, N Al-Aidroos, MJ Fenske
Neuropsychologia 99, 259-269, 2017
Response inhibition immediately elicits negative affect and devalues associated stimuli: Evidence from facial electromyography
EM Clancy, CM Fiacconi, MJ Fenske
Progress in Brain Research, 2019
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