James R. Schmidt
James R. Schmidt
Associate Professor, Université de Bourgogne
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TitleCited byYear
The Stroop effect: Why proportion congruent has nothing to do with congruency and everything to do with contingency.
JR Schmidt, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (3), 514, 2008
2342008
Questioning conflict adaptation: Proportion congruent and Gratton effects reconsidered
JR Schmidt
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (4), 615-630, 2013
1642013
Now you see it, now you don't: Controlling for contingencies and stimulus repetitions eliminates the Gratton effect
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer
Acta Psychologica 138 (1), 176-186, 2011
1432011
Contingency learning without awareness: Evidence for implicit control
JR Schmidt, MJC Crump, J Cheesman, D Besner
Consciousness and cognition 16 (2), 421-435, 2007
1412007
Congruency sequence effects without feature integration or contingency learning confounds
JR Schmidt, DH Weissman
PLOS ONE 9 (7), e102337, 2014
772014
Dissociating stimulus-stimulus and response-response effects in the Stroop task.
JR Schmidt, J Cheesman
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2005
772005
The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model: Dissociating contingency and conflict adaptation in the item-specific proportion congruent paradigm
JR Schmidt
Acta psychologica 142 (1), 119-126, 2013
662013
Contingency learning and unlearning in the blink of an eye: A resource dependent process
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer, D Besner
Consciousness and Cognition 19 (1), 235-250, 2010
482010
Temporal learning and list-level proportion congruency: Conflict adaptation or learning when to respond?
JR Schmidt
PloS one 8 (11), e82320, 2013
442013
Filling a gap in the semantic gradient: Color associates and response set effects in the Stroop task
EF Risko, JR Schmidt, D Besner
Psychonomic bulletin & review 13 (2), 310-315, 2006
442006
The Parallel Episodic Processing (PEP) model 2.0: A single computational model of stimulus-response binding, contingency learning, power curves, and mixing costs
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer, K Rothermund
Cognitive Psychology 91, 82–108, 2016
422016
Contingency learning with evaluative stimuli: Testing the generality of contingency learning in a performance paradigm.
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer
Experimental psychology 59 (4), 175, 2012
382012
Congruency sequence effects and previous response times: Conflict adaptation or temporal learning?
JR Schmidt, DH Weissman
Psychological Research, 2016
262016
Learning, awareness, and instruction: Subjective contingency awareness does matter in the colour-word contingency learning paradigm
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer
Consciousness and cognition 21 (4), 1754-1768, 2012
262012
Does temporal contiguity moderate contingency learning in a speeded performance task?
JR Schmidt, J De Houwer
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (3), 408-425, 2012
252012
Context-specific temporal learning with non-conflict stimuli: Proof-of-principle for a learning account of context-specific proportion congruent effects
JR Schmidt, C Lemercier, J De Houwer
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1241, 2014
222014
“At least one” problem with “some” formal reasoning paradigms
JR Schmidt, VA Thompson
Memory & cognition 36 (1), 217-229, 2008
222008
Is conflict adaptation an illusion?
JR Schmidt, W Notebaert, E Van Den Bussche
Frontiers in Psychology 6, Article 172, 2015
212015
List-level transfer effects in temporal learning: Further complications for the list-level proportion congruent effect
JR Schmidt
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (4), 373-385, 2014
202014
Contingencies and attentional capture: The importance of matching stimulus informativeness in the item-specific proportion congruent task
JR Schmidt
Fontiers in Psychology 5, 540, 2014
192014
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