Mike Le Pelley, Ph.D.

Psychology UNSW, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia 
"Mike Le Pelley"


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Ian P McLaren grad student 1998-2002 Cambridge


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Tom Beesley grad student 2005-2008 Cardiff University
Lucy Albertella grad student 2013-2017 UNSW Australia (Neurotree)
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Pearson D, Le Pelley ME. (2020) Learning to avoid looking: Competing influences of reward on overt attentional selection. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Pearson D, Watson P, Cheng PX, et al. (2020) Overt attentional capture by reward-related stimuli overcomes inhibitory suppression. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Watson P, Pearson D, Most SB, et al. (2019) Attentional capture by Pavlovian reward-signalling distractors in visual search persists when rewards are removed. Plos One. 14: e0226284
Luque D, Molinero S, Watson P, et al. (2019) Measuring habit formation through goal-directed response switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Albertella L, Chamberlain SR, Le Pelley ME, et al. (2019) Compulsivity is measurable across distinct psychiatric symptom domains and is associated with familial risk and reward-related attentional capture. Cns Spectrums. 1-8
Walker AR, Luque D, Le Pelley ME, et al. (2019) The role of uncertainty in attentional and choice exploration. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Wills AJ, Edmunds CER, Le Pelley ME, et al. (2019) Dissociable learning processes, associative theory, and testimonial reviews: A comment on Smith and Church (2018). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Le Pelley ME, Newell BR, Nosofsky RM. (2019) Deferred Feedback Does Not Dissociate Implicit and Explicit Category-Learning Systems: Commentary on Smith et al. (2014). Psychological Science. 956797619841264
Watson P, Pearson D, Chow M, et al. (2019) Capture and Control: Working Memory Modulates Attentional Capture by Reward-Related Stimuli. Psychological Science. 956797619855964
Albertella L, Watson P, Yücel M, et al. (2019) Persistence of value-modulated attentional capture is associated with risky alcohol use. Addictive Behaviors Reports. 10: 100195
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