Caglar Tas
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On the persistence of positive events in life scripts
A Erdoğan, B Baran, B Avlar, AÇ Taş, Aİ Tekcan
Applied Cognitive Psychology 22 (1), 95-111, 2008
1022008
The relationship between visual attention and visual working memory encoding: A dissociation between covert and overt orienting.
AC Tas, SJ Luck, A Hollingworth
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 42 (8 …, 2016
562016
An object-mediated updating account of insensitivity to transsaccadic change
AC Tas, CM Moore, A Hollingworth
Journal of vision 12 (11), 18-18, 2012
452012
Memory bias in anorexia nervosa: Evidence from directed forgetting
Aİ Tekcan, A Caglar Tas, V Topçuoglu, B Yücel
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 39 (3), 369-380, 2008
282008
The interaction of surface feature and spatiotemporal continuity in object-based inhibition of return
AC Tas, MD Dodd, A Hollingworth
VISUAL COGNITION 18 (1), 141-144, 2010
22*2010
The role of surface feature continuity in object-based inhibition of return
AC Tas, MD Dodd, A Hollingworth
Visual Cognition 20 (1), 29-47, 2012
212012
The representation of the saccade target object depends on visual stability
AC Tas, CM Moore, A Hollingworth
Visual cognition 22 (8), 1042-1046, 2014
72014
The role of surface feature and spatiotemporal continuity in object-based inhibition of return
C Tas, M Dodd, A Hollingworth
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 178-178, 2010
22010
Age-related decline in visual working memory: The effect of non-target objects during a delayed estimation task
AC Tas, MC Costello, AT Buss
Psychology and aging, 2020
12020
AGING AND WORKING MEMORY: THE EFFECT OF IMPRECISION IN VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS
M Costello, C Tas, A Buss
Innovation in Aging 2 (Suppl 1), 250, 2018
12018
The role of visual stability in representations of pre-and post-saccadic objects
AC Tas
University of Iowa, 2015
12015
Saccade execution, not covert attention, leads to automatic encoding of distractors into VWM
CA Tas, SJ Luck, A Hollingworth
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 852-852, 2012
12012
The automatic encoding of distractors into visual working memory through overt, but not covert attention
AC Tas, SJ Luck, A Hollingworth
Visual Cognition 19 (10), 1331-1335, 2011
12011
Object-mediated overwriting across saccades
AC Tas, JT Mordkoff, A Hollingworth
Journal of Vision 21 (2), 3-3, 2021
2021
Transsaccadic Updating: Evidence for Overwriting of Color Information
J Parker, AC Tas
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1327-1327, 2020
2020
Change in Pupil Size Reveals Impact of Simulated-Cochlear Implant Speech on Listening Effort
J Defenderfer, M McGarr, AC Tas
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1409-1409, 2020
2020
Tracking Flanker Task Dynamics: Evidence for a Continuous Implementation of Selective Attention
KT Kinder, AC Tas, AT Buss
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1359-1359, 2020
2020
A central research goal in the cognitive sciences has been to understand the processes that underlie selective attention, or the ability to focus on goal-relevant information …
CA Levi, K Peterson, K Kinder, C Tas, A Buss
2020
The role of color in transsaccadic object correspondence
L Bailey, M Thordarson, C Tas
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 237b-237b, 2019
2019
Transsaccadic object updating depends on visual working memory: An fNIRS study
KT Kinder, BT Eschman, S Ross-Sheehy, AT Buss, CA Tas
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 239-239, 2019
2019
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