C. Philip Beaman
C. Philip Beaman
Professor of Experimental Psychology, University of Reading
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Role of serial order in the irrelevant speech effect: Tests of the changing-state hypothesis.
CP Beaman, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 23 (2), 459, 1997
2331997
Auditory distraction from low‐intensity noise: a review of the consequences for learning and workplace environments
CP Beaman
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
1782005
Earworms (stuck song syndrome): Towards a natural history of intrusive thoughts
CP Beaman, TI Williams
British Journal of Psychology 101 (4), 637-653, 2010
1722010
The irrelevant sound phenomenon revisited: What role for working memory capacity?
CP Beaman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (5), 1106, 2004
1682004
The ob/ect-oriented episodic record model
DM Jones, P Beaman, WJ Macken
Models of short-term memory, 209, 1996
1621996
Irrelevant sound disrupts order information in free recall as in serial recall
CP Beaman, DM Jones
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 51 (3), 615-636, 1998
1501998
The neural processing of masked speech: Evidence for different mechanisms in the left and right temporal lobes
SK Scott, S Rosen, CP Beaman, JP Davis, RJS Wise
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (3), 1737-1743, 2009
862009
Auditory memory and the irrelevant sound effect: Further evidence for changing-state disruption
T Campbell, CP Beaman, DC Berry
Memory 10 (3), 199-214, 2002
752002
Identifying behavioural predictors of small power electricity consumption in office buildings
RM Tetlow, C van Dronkelaar, CP Beaman, AA Elmualim, K Couling
Building and Environment 92, 75-85, 2015
582015
Inverting the modality effect in serial recall
CP Beaman
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 55 (2), 371-389, 2002
582002
Irrelevant sound effects amongst younger and older adults: Objective findings and subjective insights
P Beaman
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 17 (2), 241-265, 2005
562005
The separate but related origins of the recency effect and the modality effect in free recall
CP Beaman, J Morton
Cognition 77 (3), B59-B65, 2000
542000
From dichotic listening to the irrelevant sound effect: A behavioural and neuroimaging analysis of the processing of unattended speech
CP Beaman, AM Bridges, SK Scott
Cortex 43 (1), 124-134, 2007
432007
Simple prompts reduce inadvertent energy consumption from lighting in office buildings
RM Tetlow, CP Beaman, AA Elmualim, K Couling
Building and Environment 81, 234-242, 2014
402014
A little learning is a dangerous thing: An experimental demonstration of ignorance-driven inference
CA Frosch, C Philip Beaman, R McCloy
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (10), 1329-1336, 2007
402007
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
392012
Rapid Communication: Want to block earworms from conscious awareness? B (u) y gum!
CP Beaman, K Powell, E Rapley
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (6), 1049-1057, 2015
372015
Individual differences in mental control predict involuntary musical imagery
CP Beaman, TI Williams
Musicae Scientiae 17 (4), 398-409, 2013
352013
Reverberant auditory environments: the effects of multiple echoes on distraction by ‘irrelevant’speech
CP Beaman, NJ Holt
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
312007
Working memory and working attention: What could possibly evolve?
CP Beaman
Current Anthropology 51 (S1), S27-S38, 2010
302010
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