David R Thomson
David R Thomson
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TitleCited byYear
A resource-control account of sustained attention: Evidence from mind-wandering and vigilance paradigms
DR Thomson, D Besner, D Smilek
Perspectives on psychological science 10 (1), 82-96, 2015
1582015
Media multitasking and failures of attention in everyday life
BCW Ralph, DR Thomson, JA Cheyne, D Smilek
Psychological research 78 (5), 661-669, 2014
932014
Restless mind, restless body.
P Seli, JSA Carriere, DR Thomson, JA Cheyne, KAE Martens, D Smilek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (3), 660, 2014
642014
On the link between mind wandering and task performance over time
DR Thomson, P Seli, D Besner, D Smilek
Consciousness and cognition 27, 14-26, 2014
572014
In pursuit of off-task thought: Mind wandering-performance trade-offs while reading aloud and color naming
DR Thomson, D Besner, D Smilek
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 360, 0
49
Media multitasking and behavioral measures of sustained attention
BCW Ralph, DR Thomson, P Seli, JSA Carriere, D Smilek
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (2), 390-401, 2015
462015
A critical examination of the evidence for sensitivity loss in modern vigilance tasks.
DR Thomson, D Besner, D Smilek
Psychological review 123 (1), 70, 2016
342016
Contextual distinctiveness produces long-lasting priming of pop-out.
DR Thomson, B Milliken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (1), 202, 2013
292013
On the asymmetric effects of mind-wandering on levels of processing at encoding and retrieval
DR Thomson, D Smilek, D Besner
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21 (3), 728-733, 2014
272014
Perceptual distinctiveness produces long-lasting priming of pop-out
DR Thomson, B Milliken
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (2), 170-176, 2012
272012
A switch in task affects priming of pop-out: Evidence for the role of episodes
DR Thomson, B Milliken
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (2), 318-333, 2011
262011
Negative priming 1985 to 2015: A measure of inhibition, the emergence of alternative accounts, and the multiple process challenge
MC D’Angelo, DR Thomson, SP Tipper, B Milliken
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (10), 1890-1909, 2016
242016
Reducing the vigilance decrement: The effects of perceptual variability
DR Thomson, D Smilek, D Besner
Consciousness and cognition 33, 386-397, 2015
192015
Disrupting monotony while increasing demand: benefits of rest and intervening tasks on vigilance
BCW Ralph, K Onderwater, DR Thomson, D Smilek
Psychological research 81 (2), 432-444, 2017
162017
Long-term conceptual implicit memory: A decade of evidence
DR Thomson, B Milliken, D Smilek
Memory & cognition 38 (1), 42-46, 2010
152010
The more your mind wanders, the smaller your attentional blink: An individual differences study
DR Thomson, BCW Ralph, D Besner, D Smilek
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 68 (1), 181-191, 2015
132015
Implicit learning modulates attention capture: evidence from an item-specific proportion congruency manipulation
DR Thomson, K Willoughby, B Milliken
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 551, 2014
122014
Context-specific control and the Stroop negative priming effect
B Milliken, DR Thomson, K Bleile, E MacLellan, M Giammarco
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (7), 1430-1448, 2012
112012
Remembering “primed” words: A counter-intuitive effect of repetition on recognition memory.
TM Rosner, R López-Benítez, MC D'Angelo, D Thomson, B Milliken
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2018
92018
Revisiting the time course of inter-trial feature priming in singleton search
DR Thomson, B Milliken
Psychological research 77 (5), 637-650, 2013
82013
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