Jane E. Raymond

University of Wales Bangor, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
visual perception, consumer psychology
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Walter L. Makous grad student 1977 University of Washington (Neurotree)
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Jody C. Culham research assistant 1991-1991 University of Wales Bangor (Neurotree)
Heather Buttle grad student Massey University (Neurotree)
Margaret Cecilia Jackson grad student Psychology
Jess R. Kerlin grad student 2012- University of Birmingham, UK (Neurotree)
Mark J. Fenske post-doc 2001-2003 University of Wales Bangor (Neurotree)
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Balter LJ, Bosch JA, Aldred S, et al. (2019) Selective effects of acute low-grade inflammation on human visual attention. Neuroimage. 202: 116098
Dodgson DB, Raymond JE. (2019) Value associations bias ensemble perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Raymond JE, Jones SP. (2019) Strategic Eye Movements are Used to Support Object Authentication. Scientific Reports. 9: 2424
Balter LJ, Bosch JA, Aldred S, et al. (2019) Abstract #4369 Unique neurophysiological vulnerability of visual attention networks to acute inflammation Brain Behavior and Immunity. 81: 45
Gupta R, Raymond JE, Vuilleumier P. (2018) Priming by motivationally salient distractors produces hemispheric asymmetries in visual processing. Psychological Research
Dodgson D, Raymond J. (2018) Motivational Trade-Offs Drive Attention Capture Journal of Vision. 18: 1254
Raymond J, Garner K. (2018) Value associations combine additively with spatial cues to bias selective visual attention. Journal of Vision. 18: 1248
Gupta R, Raymond J, Vuilleumier P. (2016) Motivational salience produces hemispheric asymmetries in visual processing Journal of Vision. 16: 91
Thomas PM, FitzGibbon L, Raymond JE. (2015) Value Conditioning Modulates Visual Working Memory Processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Raymond J, Murphy S. (2015) Reward associations slow the release of visual fixation. Journal of Vision. 15: 786
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