Kimberly Halvorson
Kimberly Halvorson
Psychology, Metropolitan State University, University of Iowa
Verified email at metrostate.edu
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Investigating perfect timesharing: The relationship between IM-compatible tasks and dual-task performance.
KM Halvorson, H Ebner, E Hazeltine
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 413, 2013
382013
Emotionally meaningful targets enhance orienting triggered by a fearful gazing face
CK Friesen, KM Halvorson, R Graham
Cognition and Emotion 25 (1), 73-88, 2011
252011
Do small dual-task costs reflect ideomotor compatibility or the absence of crosstalk?
KM Halvorson, E Hazeltine
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (5), 1403-1409, 2015
192015
Conceptualization of task boundaries preserves implicit sequence learning under dual-task conditions
KM Halvorson, TT Wagschal, E Hazeltine
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (5), 1005-1010, 2013
152013
Separation of tasks into distinct domains, not set-level compatibility, minimizes dual-task interference
KM Halvorson, E Hazeltine
Frontiers in psychology 10, 711, 2019
22019
What causes dual-task costs?
KM Halvorson
University of Iowa, 2013
22013
The role of motor context in the beneficial effects of hand gesture on memory
KM Halvorson, A Bushinski, C Hilverman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (7), 2354-2364, 2019
12019
Priming effects reveal distinct attentional mechanism
K Halvorson, E Hazeltine, W Prinzmetal
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 442-442, 2007
12007
Examining the role of the motor system in the beneficial effect of speaker's gestures during encoding and retrieval.
A Bushinski, C Hilverman, K Halvorson
CogSci, 2018
2018
Recognition-induced forgetting of objects is independent of remembering
A Maxcey, K Halvorson, G Woodman
Journal of vision 15 (12), 953-953, 2015
2015
Context matters: The influence of facial emotional expression on gaze-triggered orienting when gazed-at targets have emotional meaning
CK Friesen, E Kauffman, K Halvorson, R Graham
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 696-696, 2007
2007
Many types of cognitive load increase the flanker effect
K Halvorson, E Hazeltine, C Ackay, RB Ivry
Methods–SRT task
K Halvorson, T Truelove, E Hazeltine
What is so hard about bimanual coordination?
K Halvorson, E Hazeltine, T Truelove, S Beilock
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