Corbin A Cunningham
Corbin A Cunningham
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Taming the white bear: Initial costs and eventual benefits of distractor inhibition
CA Cunningham, HE Egeth
Psychological science 27 (4), 476-485, 2016
672016
The role of object categories in hybrid visual and memory search.
CA Cunningham, JM Wolfe
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (4), 1585, 2014
532014
The promise of pre-registration in psychological research
JE Gonzales, CA Cunningham
Psychological Science Agenda 29 (8), 2015
502015
When and why might a computer-aided detection (CAD) system interfere with visual search? An eye-tracking study
T Drew, C Cunningham, JM Wolfe
Academic radiology 19 (10), 1260-1267, 2012
352012
You look familiar, but I don’t care: Lure rejection in hybrid visual and memory search is not based on familiarity.
JM Wolfe, SEP Boettcher, EL Josephs, CA Cunningham, T Drew
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (6 …, 2015
232015
Massive memory revisited: Limitations on storage capacity for object details in visual long-term memory
CA Cunningham, MA Yassa, HE Egeth
Learning & Memory 22 (11), 563-566, 2015
202015
Lions or tigers or bears: Oh my! Hybrid visual and memory search for categorical targets
CA Cunningham, JM Wolfe
Visual Cognition 20 (9), 1024-1027, 2012
102012
The capture of attention by entirely irrelevant pictures of calorie-dense foods
CA Cunningham, HE Egeth
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (2), 586-595, 2018
92018
Simulating the fidelity of data for large stimulus set sizes and variable dimension estimation in multidimensional scaling
MC Hout, CA Cunningham, A Robbins, J MacDonald
SAGE Open 8 (2), 2158244018773143, 2018
52018
The lower bounds of massive memory: Investigating memory for object details after incidental encoding
D Draschkow, S Reinecke, CA Cunningham, MLH Vő
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72 (5), 1176-1182, 2019
42019
The power of negative thinking: Paradoxical but effective ignoring of salient-but-irrelevant stimuli with a spatial cue
S Chang, CA Cunningham, HE Egeth
Visual Cognition 27 (3-4), 199-213, 2019
42019
Analog Computer-Aided Detection (CAD) information can be more effective than binary marks
CA Cunningham, T Drew, JM Wolfe
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (2), 679-690, 2017
32017
Rod influence on desaturated color mixtures
S Buck, C Cunningham
Journal of Vision 9 (14), 55-55, 2009
32009
Visual long-term memory can replace active maintenance in visual working memory
MW Schurgin, CA Cunningham, HE Egeth, TF Brady
BioRxiv, 381848, 2018
22018
Exploring the nature of mental representations in hybrid visual and memory search
J Madrid, C Cunningham, A Robbins, H Godwin, J Wolfe, M Hout
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 341-341, 2016
12016
Real world goals are fickle and volatile: Consuming high fat foods reduces distraction from entirely irrelevant high-fat foods
C Cunningham, H Egeth
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1136-1136, 2016
12016
Loosening the Snare: Top-down goals overcome singleton driven attentional capture
C Cunningham, H Egeth
Journal of vision 15 (12), 320-320, 2015
12015
Incidental memory for potential targets vs. confirmed distractors
CA Cunningham, JM Wolfe, HE Egeth
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 156-156, 2013
12013
Finding what is new in hybrid visual and memory search: a new search asymmetry.
C Cunningham, JM Wolfe
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 721-721, 2012
12012
When and why does Computer Aided Detection (CAD) interfere with visual search?
C Cunningham, T Drew, JM Wolfe
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 1336-1336, 2011
12011
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