David E. Meyer, Ph. D.
David E. Meyer, Ph. D.
Distinguished Professor of Mathematical Psychology and Cognitive Science, University of Michigan
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Facilitation in recognizing pairs of words: evidence of a dependence between retrieval operations.
DE Meyer, RW Schvaneveldt
Journal of experimental psychology 90 (2), 227, 1971
A neural system for error detection and compensation
WJ Gehring, B Goss, MGH Coles, DE Meyer, E Donchin
Psychological science 4 (6), 385-390, 1993
A computational theory of executive cognitive processes and multiple-task performance: Part 1. Basic mechanisms.
DE Meyer, DE Kieras
Psychological Review 104, 3-65, 1997
Executive control of cognitive processes in task switching.
JS Rubinstein, DE Meyer, JE Evans
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 27 (4), 763, 2001
Analysis, experimental results, and range adaptation of magnetically coupled resonators for wireless power transfer
AP Sample, DT Meyer, JR Smith
IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics 58 (2), 544-554, 2010
Optimality in human motor performance: ideal control of rapid aimed movements.
DE Meyer, RA Abrams, S Kornblum, CE Wright, JE Keith Smith
Psychological review 95 (3), 340, 1988
Mind the hype: A critical evaluation and prescriptive agenda for research on mindfulness and meditation
NT Van Dam, MK Van Vugt, DR Vago, L Schmalzl, CD Saron, A Olendzki, ...
Perspectives on psychological science 13 (1), 36-61, 2018
An overview of the EPIC architecture for cognition and performance with application to human-computer interaction
DE Kieras, DE Meyer
Human–Computer Interaction 12 (4), 391-438, 1997
Loci of contextual effects on visual word recognition.
D Meyer
Attention and performance vol. V., 1975
A computational theory of executive cognitive processes and multiple-task performance: Part 2. Accounts of psychological refractory-period phenomena.
DE Meyer, DE Kieras
Psychological review 104 (4), 749, 1997
Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance: Uncorking the central cognitive bottleneck
EH Schumacher, TL Seymour, JM Glass, DE Fencsik, EJ Lauber, ...
Psychological science 12 (2), 101-108, 2001
Functions of graphemic and phonemic codes in visual word-recognition
DE Meyer, RW Schvaneveldt, MG Ruddy
Memory & Cognition 2 (2), 309-321, 1974
Models for the speed and accuracy of aimed movements
JE Smith, CE Wright
Psychological review 89 (5), 449-482, 1982
Meaning, Memory Structure, and Mental Processes: People's rapid reactions to words help reveal how stored semantic information is retrieved.
DE Meyer, RW Schvaneveldt
Science 192 (4234), 27-33, 1976
Demystification of cognitive insight: Opportunistic assimilation and the prepared-mind hypothesis
CM Seifert, DE Meyer, N Davidson, AL Patalano, I Yaniv
MIT press, 1994
Modern mental chronometry
DE Meyer, AM Osman, DE Irwin, S Yantis
Biological psychology 26 (1-3), 3-67, 1988
Speed—accuracy tradeoffs in aimed movements: Toward a theory of rapid voluntary action
DE Meyer, JEK Smith, S Kornblum, RA Abrams, CE Wright
Attention and performance XIII, 173-226, 2018
Activation and metacognition of inaccessible stored information: potential bases for incubation effects in problem solving.
I Yaniv, DE Meyer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 13 (2), 187, 1987
On the representation and retrieval of stored semantic information
DE Meyer
Cognitive Psychology 1 (3), 242-299, 1970
Eye-hand coordination: oculomotor control in rapid aimed limb movements.
RA Abrams, DE Meyer, S Kornblum
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 16 (2), 248, 1990
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