Wang Lingling
Wang Lingling
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When emotion blinds: A spatiotemporal competition account of emotion-induced blindness
L Wang, BL Kennedy, SB Most
Frontiers in psychology 3, 438, 2012
832012
Enhanced functional connectivity between putamen and supplementary motor area in Parkinson’s disease patients
R Yu, B Liu, L Wang, J Chen, X Liu
PloS one 8 (3), e59717, 2013
782013
Dissociating spatial attention and awareness in emotion-induced blindness
SB Most, L Wang
Psychological science 22 (3), 300-305, 2011
662011
Mapping the structure of perceptual and visual–motor abilities in healthy young adults
L Wang, K Krasich, T Bel-Bahar, L Hughes, SR Mitroff, LG Appelbaum
Acta psychologica 157, 74-84, 2015
312015
Sensorimotor learning in a computerized athletic training battery
K Krasich, B Ramger, L Holton, L Wang, SR Mitroff, L Gregory Appelbaum
Journal of motor behavior 48 (5), 401-412, 2016
252016
The cost of seeing the meaning: Conceptual processing of distractors triggers localized target suppression
L Wang, SB Most
Visual Cognition 24 (9-10), 473-486, 2016
72016
Is contingent attentional capture not contingent on working memory?
L Wang, SB Most
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 1121-1121, 2008
52008
Temporally dynamic changes in the emotion-induced spread of target suppression
L Wang, S Most
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 3-3, 2012
32012
Contralateral delay activity is sensitive to the spatial distribution of items in working memory: an ERP study
L Wang, SB Most, JE Hoffman
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 599-599, 2009
32009
Visual working memory supports configuration, but not maintenance or application, of attentional control settings
L Wang, S Most
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 322-322, 2010
22010
Dissociating the impact of emotion from the impact of attentional capture on conscious perception
L Wang, SB Most
VISUAL COGNITION 19 (10), 1343-1346, 2011
12011
The contralateral delay activity component of the event-related potential reflects the number of locations but not the number of objects in visual short-term memory
L Wang, SB Most, JE Hoffman
Visual Cognition 18 (1), 156-159, 2010
12010
Attentional capture vs. emotional capture: Potentially separate mechanisms of perceptual disruption
L Wang, S Most
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 272-272, 2011
2011
Individual differences in controlled attention and susceptibility to inattentional blindness
D Vatterott, S Vecera, L Wang, SB Most
Object Perception, Attention, and Memory (OPAM) 2011 Conference Report 19th …, 2011
2011
Selective effects of emotion on visual short-term memory consolidation
SB Most, L Wang, D Engelhardt, KM Curby
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 207-207, 2008
2008
Child emotion regulation and cognitive control
L Wang, XL Zhou
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 39 (5-6), 165-165, 2004
2004
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