Christopher Sears
Christopher Sears
Professor of Psychology, University of Calgary
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Neighborhood size and neighborhood frequency effects in word recognition
CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21, 876-900, 1995
338*1995
Multiple object tracking and attentional processing
CR Sears, ZW Pylyshyn
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 54, 1-14, 2000
2682000
Multiple parallel access in visual attention
Z Pylyshyn, J Burkell, B Fisher, C Sears, W Schmidt, L Trick
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 48, 260-283, 1994
2121994
Evidence for the activation of sensorimotor information during visual word recognition: The body-object interaction effect
PD Siakaluk, PM Pexman, L Aguilera, WJ Owen, CR Sears
Cognition 106, 433-443, 2008
1422008
Attention to emotional images in previously depressed individuals: An eye-tracking study
CR Sears, KR Newman, JD Ference, CL Thomas
Cognitive Therapy and Research 35, 517-528, 2011
1142011
Attentional biases in dysphoria: An eye-tracking study of the allocation and disengagement of attention
CR Sears, CL Thomas, JM LeHuquet, JCS Johnson
Cognition and Emotion 24, 1349-1368, 2010
1142010
Cultural influences on categorization processes
SJ Unsworth, CR Sears, PM Pexman
Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology 36, 662-688, 2005
1062005
The benefits of sensorimotor knowledge: body–object interaction facilitates semantic processing
PD Siakaluk, PM Pexman, CR Sears, K Wilson, K Locheed, WJ Owen
Cognitive Science 32, 591-605, 2008
952008
Orthographic neighborhood effects in lexical decision: The effects of nonword orthographic neighborhood size
PD Siakaluk, CR Sears, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28, 661-681, 2002
862002
Is there a neighborhood frequency effect in English? Evidence from reading and lexical decision
CR Sears, CR Campbell, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 …, 2006
712006
The effect of depressed mood on the interpretation of ambiguity, with and without negative mood induction
MAS Bisson, CR Sears
Cognition and Emotion 21, 614-645, 2007
682007
Orthographic neighborhood effects in perceptual identification and semantic categorization tasks: A test of the multiple read-out model
CR Sears, SJ Lupker, Y Hino
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 61, 1537-1554, 1999
651999
Cross-script phonological priming for Japanese-English bilinguals: Evidence for integrated phonological representations
M Nakayama, CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Language and Cognitive Processes 27, 1563-1583, 2012
642012
Masked priming with orthographic neighbors: A test of the lexical competition assumption
M Nakayama, CR Sears, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 …, 2008
592008
A sad mood increases attention to unhealthy food images in women with food addiction
M Frayn, CR Sears, KM von Ranson
Appetite 100, 55-63, 2016
572016
Orthographic neighbourhood effects in parallel distributed processing models
CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 53, 220-229, 1999
561999
Attention to threat images in individuals with clinical and subthreshold symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
CL Thomas, LD Goegan, KR Newman, JE Arndt, CR Sears
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27, 447-455, 2013
512013
Is there an effect of print exposure on the word frequency effect and the neighborhood size effect?
CR Sears, PD Siakaluk, VC Chow, L Buchanan
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 37, 269-291, 2008
482008
Masked translation priming with Japanese–English bilinguals: Interactions between cognate status, target frequency and L2 proficiency
M Nakayama, CR Sears, Y Hino, SJ Lupker
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25, 949-981, 2013
392013
Eye gaze tracking reveals heightened attention to food in adults with binge eating when viewing images of real-world scenes
A Popien, M Frayn, KM von Ranson, CR Sears
Appetite 91, 233-240, 2015
362015
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