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Dr. Feng Du

Ph.D. Associate Professor



1.  Du, F., Zhang, K., & Abrams, R. A., (2011) Spatial distribution of the attentional blink. Frontiers in Cognition. full-text

2.  Du, F & Abrams, R. A., (2010) Endogenous orienting is reduced during the attentional blink. Experimental Brain Research. 205, 115-121 full-text

3.  Du, F. & Abrams, R. A., (2010). Visual field asymmetry in attentional capture. Brain & Cognition. 72, 310-316

4.  Davoli, C. C., Du, F., Montana, J. Garverick, S. & Abrams, R. A. (2010). When meaning matters, look but don’t touch: The effects of posture on reading. Memory & Cognition. 38, 555-562 full-text

5.  Du, F. & Abrams, R. A., (2009). Onset capture requires attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 16, 537-541 

6.  Tse, C., Kurby, C. A. & Du, F. (2009) Perceptual simulation and linguistic representations have differential effects on speeded relatedness Judgments and recognition memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 63, 928-941 full-text

7.  Du, F. & Abrams, R. A., (2008). Synergy of stimulus-driven salience and goal-driven prioritization: Evidence from the spatial blink. Perception & Psychophysics. 70, 1489-1503 full-text

8.  Abrams, R. A., Davoli, C. C., Du, F., Knapp, W. J., & Paull, D. (2008). Altered vision near the hands. Cognition. 107, 1035-1047  full-text

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