Robert W. Hughes
Robert W. Hughes
Reader, Dept. of Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London
Verified email at rhul.ac.uk - Homepage
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Disruption of short-term memory by changing and deviant sounds: Support for a duplex-mechanism account of auditory distraction.
RW Hughes, F Vachon, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (6), 1050, 2007
2282007
Interference by process, not content, determines semantic auditory distraction
JE Marsh, RW Hughes, DM Jones
Cognition 110 (1), 23-38, 2009
1702009
Perceptual organization masquerading as phonological storage: Further support for a perceptual-gestural view of short-term memory
DM Jones, RW Hughes, WJ Macken
Journal of Memory and language 54 (2), 265-281, 2006
1692006
Cognitive control of auditory distraction: Impact of task difficulty, foreknowledge, and working memory capacity supports duplex-mechanism account.
RW Hughes, MJ Hurlstone, JE Marsh, F Vachon, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 539, 2013
1642013
Auditory attentional capture during serial recall: Violations at encoding of an algorithm-based neural model?
RW Hughes, F Vachon, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (4), 736, 2005
1622005
Auditory distraction in semantic memory: A process-based approach
JE Marsh, RW Hughes, DM Jones
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (3), 682-700, 2008
1492008
Auditory distraction: A duplex-mechanism account
RW Hughes
PsyCH Journal 3 (1), 30-41, 2014
1252014
Broken expec tations: Violation of expectancies, not novelty, captures auditory attention.
F Vachon, RW Hughes (joint 1st author), DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (1), 164, 2012
1162012
The intrusiveness of sound: Laboratory findings and their implications for noise abatement
R Hughes, DM Jones
Noise and Health 4 (13), 51, 2001
952001
Indispensable benefits and unavoidable costs of unattended sound for cognitive functioning
RW Hughes, DM Jones
Noise and Health 6 (21), 63, 2003
782003
The phonological store abandoned
DM Jones, RW Hughes, WJ Macken
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (4), 505-511, 2007
672007
The impact of order incongruence between a task-irrelevant auditory sequence and a task-relevant visual sequence.
RW Hughes, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 31 (2), 316, 2005
652005
Retrieval from memory: Vulnerable or inviolable?
DM Jones, JE Marsh, RW Hughes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (4), 905, 2012
522012
Distraction in verbal short-term memory: Insights from developmental differences
EM Elliott, RW Hughes, A Briganti, TN Joseph, JE Marsh, B Macken
Journal of Memory and Language 88, 39-50, 2016
482016
Perceptual–gestural (mis)mapping in serial short-term memory: The impact of talker variability.
RW Hughes, JE Marsh, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (6), 1411, 2009
472009
Auditory distraction and serial memory: The avoidable and the ineluctable
DM Jones, RW Hughes, WJ Macken
Noise and Health 12 (49), 201, 2010
462010
A negative order-repetition priming effect: Inhibition of order in unattended auditory sequences?
R Hughes, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 29 (1), 199, 2003
462003
Inhibitory control in memory: Evidence for negative priming in free recall.
JE Marsh, CP Beaman, RW Hughes, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (5), 1377, 2012
422012
Disruption by speech of serial short-term memory: The role of changing-state vowels
RW Hughes, S Tremblay, DM Jones
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 12 (5), 886-890, 2005
412005
Auditory distraction: A duplex‐mechanism account. PsyCh Journal, 3 (1), 30–41
RW Hughes
372014
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