William P. Banks

Affiliations: 
Pomona College, Claremont, CA, United States 
Area:
Perception
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James Earl Deese grad student Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
Lewis R. Goldberg grad student

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Allison B. Sekuler research assistant Pomona College (Neurotree)
Andrew James Vonasch research assistant 2002-2006 Pomona College (Neurotree)
Eve A. Isham grad student
William Prinzmetal grad student Pomona College (Neurotree)
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Isham EA, Banks WP, Ekstrom AD, et al. (2011) Deceived and distorted: game outcome retrospectively determines the reported time of action. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 37: 1458-69
Banks WP, Isham EA. (2010) Do We Really Know What We Are Doing? Implications of Reported Time of Decision for Theories of Volition Conscious Will and Responsibility: a Tribute to Benjamin Libet
Isham EA, Ekstrom AD, Banks WP. (2010) Effects of Youth Authorship on the Appraisal of Paintings Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. 4: 235-246
Banks WP, Isham EA. (2009) We infer rather than perceive the moment we decided to act. Psychological Science. 20: 17-21
Banks WP, Bridgeman B, Enns JT, et al. (2009) Editorial Consciousness and Cognition. 18: 1
DAVISON LL, BANKS WP. (2003) Selective Attention In Two-Part Counterpoint Music Perception. 21: 3-20
Banks WP. (2000) Recognition and source memory as multivariate decision processes. Psychological Science. 11: 267-73
Banks WP. (1996) How much work can a quale do? Consciousness and Cognition. 5: 368-80
Banks WP, Krajicek D. (1990) Attentional selection of items and spatial locations Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 28: 37-40
White H, Banks WP, Zaidel E. (1990) Laterality effects in symbolic judgment: The influence of semantic congruity on hemispheric processing Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 28: 401-404
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