Christopher Sears
Christopher Sears
Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary
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Neighborhood size and neighborhood frequency effects in word recognition
CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21, 876-900, 1995
Multiple object tracking and attentional processing
CR Sears, ZW Pylyshyn
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 54, 1-14, 2000
Multiple parallel access in visual attention
Z Pylyshyn, J Burkell, B Fisher, C Sears, W Schmidt, L Trick
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 48, 260-283, 1994
Evidence for the activation of sensorimotor information during visual word recognition: The body-object interaction effect
PD Siakaluk, PM Pexman, L Aguilera, WJ Owen, CR Sears
Cognition 106, 433-443, 2008
Attention to emotional images in previously depressed individuals: An eye-tracking study
CR Sears, KR Newman, JD Ference, CL Thomas
Cognitive Therapy and Research 35, 517-528, 2011
Attentional biases in dysphoria: An eye-tracking study of the allocation and disengagement of attention
CR Sears, CL Thomas, JM LeHuquet, JCS Johnson
Cognition and Emotion 24, 1349-1368, 2010
Cultural influences on categorization processes
SJ Unsworth, CR Sears, PM Pexman
Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology 36, 662-688, 2005
The benefits of sensorimotor knowledge: Body–object interaction facilitates semantic processing
PD Siakaluk, PM Pexman, CR Sears, K Wilson, K Locheed, WJ Owen
Cognitive Science 32, 591-605, 2008
Orthographic neighborhood effects in lexical decision: The effects of nonword orthographic neighborhood size
PD Siakaluk, CR Sears, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28, 661-681, 2002
Is there a neighborhood frequency effect in English? Evidence from reading and lexical decision
CR Sears, CR Campbell, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 …, 2006
Cross-script phonological priming for Japanese-English bilinguals: Evidence for integrated phonological representations
M Nakayama, CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Language and Cognitive Processes 27, 1563-1583, 2012
The effect of depressed mood on the interpretation of ambiguity, with and without negative mood induction
MAS Bisson, CR Sears
Cognition and Emotion 21, 614-645, 2007
A sad mood increases attention to unhealthy food images in women with food addiction
M Frayn, CR Sears, KM von Ranson
Appetite 100, 55-63, 2016
Masked priming with orthographic neighbors: A test of the lexical competition assumption
M Nakayama, CR Sears, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 …, 2008
Orthographic neighborhood effects in perceptual identification and semantic categorization tasks: A test of the multiple read-out model
CR Sears, SJ Lupker, Y Hino
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 61, 1537-1554, 1999
Attention to threat images in individuals with clinical and subthreshold symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
CL Thomas, LD Goegan, KR Newman, JE Arndt, CR Sears
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27, 447-455, 2013
Orthographic neighbourhood effects in parallel distributed processing models
CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 53, 220-229, 1999
Measuring attentional control ability or beliefs? Evaluation of the factor structure and convergent validity of the Attentional Control Scale
L Quigley, CA Wright, KS Dobson, CR Sears
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 1-13, 2017
Masked translation priming with Japanese–English bilinguals: Interactions between cognate status, target frequency, and L2 proficiency
M Nakayama, CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25, 949-981, 2013
The reliability of attentional biases for emotional images measured using a free-viewing eye-tracking paradigm
C Sears, L Quigley, A Fernandez, K Newman, K Dobson
Behavior Research Methods 51, 2748-2760, 2019
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