Steven B. Most
Steven B. Most
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of New South Wales, Australia
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What you see is what you set: sustained inattentional blindness and the capture of awareness.
SB Most, BJ Scholl, ER Clifford, DJ Simons
Psychological review 112 (1), 217, 2005
How not to be seen: The contribution of similarity and selective ignoring to sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most, DJ Simons, BJ Scholl, R Jimenez, E Clifford, CF Chabris
Psychological science 12 (1), 9-17, 2001
Attentional rubbernecking: Cognitive control and personality in emotion-induced blindness
SB Most, MM Chun, DM Widders, DH Zald
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12, 654-661, 2005
The naked truth: Positive, arousing distractors impair rapid target perception
SB Most, SD Smith, AB Cooter, BN Levy, DH Zald
Cognition and Emotion 21 (5), 964-981, 2007
An emotion-induced attentional blink elicited by aversively conditioned stimuli.
SD Smith, SB Most, LA Newsome, DH Zald
Emotion 6 (3), 523, 2006
Sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most, DJ Simons, BJ Scholl, CF Chabris
Psyche 6 (14), 2000
Attentional modulation of the amygdala varies with personality
SB Most, MM Chun, MR Johnson, KA Kiehl
Neuroimage 31 (2), 934-944, 2006
Feature-based attentional set as a cause of traffic accidents
SB Most, RS Astur
Visual Cognition 15 (2), 125-132, 2007
Increasing negative emotions by reappraisal enhances subsequent cognitive control: a combined behavioral and electrophysiological study
JS Moser, SB Most, RF Simons
Cognitive, affective, & behavioral neuroscience 10 (2), 195-207, 2010
When emotion blinds: A spatiotemporal competition account of emotion-induced blindness
L Wang, BL Kennedy, SB Most
Frontiers in psychology 3, 30047, 2012
Cognitive control and counterproductive oculomotor capture by reward-related stimuli
D Pearson, C Donkin, SC Tran, SB Most, ME Le Pelley
Visual Cognition 23 (1-2), 41-66, 2015
Dissociating spatial attention and awareness in emotion-induced blindness
SB Most, L Wang
Psychological science 22 (3), 300-305, 2011
Attentional capture by emotional stimuli is preserved in patients with amygdala lesions
RM Piech, M McHugo, SD Smith, MS Dukic, J Van Der Meer, ...
Neuropsychologia 49 (12), 3314-3319, 2011
What’s “inattentional” about inattentional blindness?
SB Most
Consciousness and Cognition 19 (4), 1102-1104, 2010
Auditory Stroop reveals implicit gender associations in adults and children
SB Most, AV Sorber, JG Cunningham
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 287-294, 2007
Perceptual, not memorial, disruption underlies emotion-induced blindness.
BL Kennedy, SB Most
Emotion 12 (2), 199, 2012
Don't look back: Retroactive, dynamic costs and benefits of emotional capture
SB Most, JA Jungé
Visual Cognition 16 (2-3), 262-278, 2008
Links between neuroticism, emotional distress, and disengaging attention: Evidence from a single-target RSVP task
K Bredemeier, H Berenbaum, SB Most, DJ Simons
Cognition & emotion 25 (8), 1510-1519, 2011
Setting sights higher: Category-level attentional set modulates sustained inattentional blindness
SB Most
Psychological research 77 (2), 139-146, 2013
Emotion-induced blindness reflects competition at early and late processing stages: An ERP study
BL Kennedy, J Rawding, SB Most, JE Hoffman
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14, 1485-1498, 2014
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