Matthew R. Sutherland
Matthew R. Sutherland
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Rotman Research Institute
Verified email at research.baycrest.org
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Arousal-biased competition in perception and memory
M Mather, MR Sutherland
Perspectives on psychological science 6 (2), 114-133, 2011
6342011
Negative arousal amplifies the effects of saliency in short-term memory.
MR Sutherland, M Mather
Emotion 12 (6), 1367, 2012
1102012
Disentangling the effects of arousal and valence on memory for intrinsic details
M Mather, M Sutherland
Emotion Review 1 (2), 118-119, 2009
862009
Perceptual salience does not influence emotional arousal’s impairing effects on top-down attention.
MR Sutherland, DA McQuiggan, JD Ryan, M Mather
Emotion 17 (4), 700, 2017
372017
Negative arousal increases the effects of stimulus salience in older adults
MR Sutherland, M Mather
Experimental Aging Research 41 (3), 259-271, 2015
162015
Arousal (but not valence) amplifies the impact of salience
MR Sutherland, M Mather
Cognition and Emotion 32 (3), 616-622, 2018
112018
The selective effects of emotional arousal on memory
M Mather, MR Sutherland
Psychol. Sci. Agenda, 2012
82012
Arousal amplifies the impact of salience
MR Sutherland, M Mather
2017
Emotion, Attention and Cognitive Aging: The Effects of Emotional Arousal on Subsequent Visual Processing
MR Sutherland
University of Southern California, 2014
2014
Psychological Science Agenda| February 2012
M Mather, M Sutherland
Psychological Science, 2012
2012
Emotional arousal amplifies the selectivity of visual selective attention
MR Sutherland
University of Southern California, 2010
2010
EMOTIONAL AROUSAL, TOP-DOWN ATTENTION, PERCEPTUAL SALIENCE
TD Attention, MR Sutherland, DA McQuiggan, JD Ryan, M Mather
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