Donald E. Broadbent

Psychology University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Donald Broadbent"

Broadbent's theories of selective attention and short-term memory helped shape the framework to which contemporary cognitive neuroscience works within

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Zoltan Dienes grad student 1990 Oxford
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Stollery BT, Broadbent DE, Banks HA, et al. (1991) Short term prospective study of cognitive functioning in lead workers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine. 48: 739-49
Carr SJ, Teasdale JD, Broadbent D. (1991) Effects of induced elated and depressed mood on self-focused attention. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology / the British Psychological Society. 30: 273-5
Dienes Z, Broadbent D, Berry D. (1991) Implicit and explicit knowledge bases in artificial grammar learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 17: 875-87
Tattersall AJ, Broadbent DE. (1991) Output Buffer Storage and the Modality of Recall The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A. 43: 1-18
Broadbent DE, Gathercole SE. (1990) The processing of non-target words: semantic or not? The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. a, Human Experimental Psychology. 42: 3-37
Parkes KR, Styles EA, Broadbent DE. (1990) Work preferences as moderators of the effects of paced and unpaced work on mood and cognitive performance: a laboratory simulation of mechanized letter sorting. Human Factors. 32: 197-216
Broadbent DE. (1990) Effective decisions and their verbal justification. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 327: 493-502
Berry DC, Broadbent DE. (1990) The role of instruction and verbalization in improving performance on complex search tasks Behaviour and Information Technology. 9: 175-190
Stollery BT, Banks HA, Broadbent DE, et al. (1989) Cognitive functioning in lead workers. British Journal of Industrial Medicine. 46: 698-707
Berry DC, Broadbent DE. (1989) Problem solving and the search for crucial evidence Psychological Research. 50: 229-236
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