Chris Blais
Chris Blais
Berkeley, Davis, Waterloo, Buffalo, Arizona State
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Item-specific adaptation and the conflict-monitoring hypothesis: a computational model.
C Blais, S Robidoux, EF Risko, D Besner
American Psychological Association 114 (4), 1076, 2007
Behavioral and neural evidence for item-specific performance monitoring
C Blais, S Bunge
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (12), 2758-2767, 2010
Social class affects neural empathic responses
MEW Varnum, C Blais, RS Hampton, GA Brewer
Culture and Brain 3 (2), 122-130, 2015
Rethinking the role of automaticity in cognitive control
C Blais, MB Harris, JV Guerrero, SA Bunge
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (2), 268-276, 2012
Social class affects Mu-suppression during action observation
MEW Varnum, C Blais, GA Brewer
Social Neuroscience 11 (4), 449-454, 2016
Reverse stroop effects with untranslated responses.
C Blais, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (6†…, 2006
The Gratton effect remains after controlling for contingencies and stimulus repetitions
C Blais, A Stefanidi, GA Brewer
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1207, 2014
Increasing set size breaks down sequential congruency: Evidence for an associative locus of cognitive control
C Blais, T Verguts
Acta Psychologica 141 (2), 133-139, 2012
A reverse Stroop effect without translation or reading difficulty
C Blais, D Besner
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (3), 466-469, 2007
Nonstrategic contributions to putatively strategic effects in selective attention tasks.
EF Risko, C Blais, JA Stolz, D Besner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (4†…, 2008
Examining depletion theories under conditions of within-task transfer.
GA Brewer, KKH Lau, KM Wingert, BH Ball, C Blais
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (7), 988, 2017
Implicit versus deliberate control and its implications for awareness
C Blais
Effortless attention: A new perspective in the cognitive science of†…, 2010
Covert orienting: A compound-cue account of the proportion cued effect
EF Risko, C Blais, JA Stolz, D Besner
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 (1), 123-127, 2008
Reading aloud: When the effect of stimulus quality distinguishes between cascaded and thresholded components
C Blais, D Besner
Experimental Psychology 54 (3), 215-224, 2007
Are cognitive control processes reliable?
PS Whitehead, GA Brewer, C Blais
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 45 (5), 765, 2019
Random without replacement is not random: Caveat emptor
C Blais
Behavior Research Methods 40 (4), 961-968, 2008
Trial-by-trial adjustments in control triggered by incidentally encoded semantic cues
C Blais, MB Harris, MH Sinanian, SA Bunge
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (9), 1920-1930, 2015
On the joint effects of repetition and stimulus quality in lexical decision: Looking to the past for a new way forward
C Blais, S O'Malley, D Besner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (12), 2368-2382, 2011
Contingency learning is reduced for high conflict stimuli
PS Whitehead, GA Brewer, N Patwary, C Blais
Acta psychologica 189, 12-18, 2018
ERP evidence for conflict in contingency learning
PS Whitehead, GA Brewer, C Blais
Psychophysiology 54 (7), 1031-1039, 2017
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