Tony Wang, Ph.D.

Cognitive, Linguistics, and Psychological Sciences Brown University, Providence, RI 
Associative Learning, Perceptual Learning, Categorization, Computational Modelling
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Miles D. Martinez research assistant 2016-2018 Brown (Neurotree)
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Wang TSL, Martinez M, Festa EK, et al. (2022) Age-related enhancement in visuomotor learning by a dual-task. Scientific Reports. 12: 5679
Martinez M, Wang T, Song J. (2019) Effects of Observation on Visuomotor Generalization Journal of Vision. 19
Cheng XJ, McCarthy CJ, Wang TSL, et al. (2018) Composite faces are not (necessarily) processed coactively: A test using systems factorial technology and logical-rule models. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wang TSL, Song JH. (2017) Impaired visuomotor generalization by inconsistent attentional contexts. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00089.2017
Wang TS, Christie N, Howe PD, et al. (2016) Global Cue Inconsistency Diminishes Learning of Cue Validity. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1743
Little DR, Wang T, Nosofsky RM. (2016) Sequence-sensitive exemplar and decision-bound accounts of speeded-classification performance in a modified Garner-tasks paradigm. Cognitive Psychology. 89: 1-38
Moneer S, Wang T, Little DR. (2016) The Processing Architectures of Whole-Object Features: A Logical-Rules Approach. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Wang T, Yusif Rodridguez N, Song J. (2016) Utilizing interference to investigate a prediction model of visuomotor learning. Journal of Vision. 16: 671
Little DR, Eidels A, Fific M, et al. (2015) Understanding the influence of distractors on workload capacity Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 68: 25-36
Blunden AG, Wang T, Griffiths DW, et al. (2014) Logical-rules and the classification of integral dimensions: individual differences in the processing of arbitrary dimensions. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1531
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