Naseem Al-Aidroos
Naseem Al-Aidroos
Associate Professor, Psychology, University of Guelph
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Attention is spontaneously biased toward regularities
J Zhao, N Al-Aidroos, NB Turk-Browne
Psychological science 24 (5), 667-677, 2013
Top-down attention switches coupling between low-level and high-level areas of human visual cortex
N Al-Aidroos, CP Said, NB Turk-Browne
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (36), 14675-14680, 2012
Visual search elicits the electrophysiological marker of visual working memory
SM Emrich, N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt, S Ferber
PloS one 4 (11), e8042, 2009
Action video game experience affects oculomotor performance
GL West, N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt
Acta Psychologica 142 (1), 38-42, 2013
Testing whether gaze cues and arrow cues produce reflexive or volitional shifts of attention
SA Stevens, GL West, N Al-Aidroos, UW Weger, J Pratt
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 (6), 1148-1153, 2008
Attention mediates the flexible allocation of visual working memory resources.
SM Emrich, HA Lockhart, N Al-Aidroos
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (7 …, 2017
Rapid communication: Finding memory in search: The effect of visual working memory load on visual search
SM Emrich, N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt, S Ferber
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 63 (8), 1457-1466, 2010
You can't stop new motion: Attentional capture despite a control set for colour
N Al-Aidroos, RM Guo, J Pratt
Visual Cognition 18 (6), 859-880, 2010
Visual working memory supports the inhibition of previously processed information: Evidence from preview search.
N Al-Aidroos, SM Emrich, S Ferber, J Pratt
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (3), 643, 2012
More than a filter: Feature-based attention regulates the distribution of visual working memory resources.
B Dube, SM Emrich, N Al-Aidroos
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (10 …, 2017
Repelling the young and attracting the old: examining age-related differences in saccade trajectory deviations.
KL Campbell, N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt, L Hasher
Psychology and aging 24 (1), 163, 2009
Out with the old: Inhibition of old items in a preview search is limited
SM Emrich, JDN Ruppel, N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt, S Ferber
Perception & Psychophysics 70 (8), 1552-1557, 2008
Emotion and action: the effect of fear on saccadic performance
GL West, N Al-Aidroos, J Susskind, J Pratt
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 153-158, 2011
Top-down control in time and space: Evidence from saccadic latencies and trajectories
N Al-Aidroos, J Pratt
Visual Cognition 18 (1), 26-49, 2010
The effects of multisensory targets on saccadic trajectory deviations: eliminating age differences
KL Campbell, N Al-Aidroos, R Fatt, J Pratt, L Hasher
Experimental brain research 201 (3), 385-392, 2010
The visual P2 is attenuated for attended objects near the hands
C Qian, N Al-Aidroos, G West, RA Abrams, J Pratt
Cognitive neuroscience 3 (2), 98-104, 2012
Attentional control settings prevent abrupt onsets from capturing visual spatial attention
N Al-Aidroos, S Harrison, J Pratt
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (1), 31-41, 2010
Visual working memory simultaneously guides facilitation and inhibition during visual search
B Dube, A Basciano, SM Emrich, N Al-Aidroos
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (5), 1232-1244, 2016
Probabilistic retro-cues do not determine state in visual working memory
B Dube, A Lumsden, N Al-Aidroos
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26 (2), 641-646, 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
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