Tom Beesley
Tom Beesley
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TitleCited byYear
When Goals Conflict With Values: Counterproductive Attentional and Oculomotor Capture by Reward-Related Stimuli.
ME Le Pelley, D Pearson, O Griffiths, T Beesley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (1), 158-171, 2015
1422015
Attention and associative learning in humans: An integrative review.
ME Le Pelley, CJ Mitchell, T Beesley, DN George, AJ Wills
Psychological Bulletin 142, 1111-1140, 2016
1282016
Overt attention and predictiveness in human contingency learning.
ME Le Pelley, T Beesley, O Griffiths
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (2), 220, 2011
762011
How successful is errorless learning in supporting memory for high and low-level knowledge in dementia?
C Haslam, D Gilroy, S Black, T Beesley
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 16 (5), 505-536, 2006
662006
Stereotype formation: Biased by association.
ME Le Pelley, SJ Reimers, G Calvini, R Spears, T Beesley, RA Murphy
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (1), 138, 2010
602010
Uncertainty and predictiveness determine attention to cues during human associative learning
T Beesley, KP Nguyen, D Pearson, ME Le Pelley
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (11), 2175-2199, 2015
472015
The influence of blocking on overt attention and associability in human learning.
T Beesley, ME Le Pelley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (1), 114, 2011
462011
Blocking of human causal learning involves learned changes in stimulus processing
ME Le Pelley, T Beesley, MB Suret
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (11), 1468-1476, 2007
322007
Pre-Exposure of Repeated Search Configurations Facilitates Subsequent Contextual Cuing of Visual Search.
T Beesley, MA Vadillo, D Pearson, DR Shanks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (2 …, 2015
292015
The effect of predictive history on the learning of sub-sequence contingencies
T Beesley, ME Le Pelley
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (1), 108-135, 2010
292010
Learned predictiveness effects in humans: A function of learning, performance, or both?
ME Le Pelley, MB Suret, T Beesley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (3), 312, 2009
292009
Drug cue induced overshadowing: selective disruption of natural reward processing by cigarette cues amongst abstinent but not satiated smokers
TP Freeman, CJA Morgan, T Beesley, HV Curran
Psychological medicine 42 (1), 161-171, 2012
232012
Goal-directed and habit-like modulations of stimulus processing during reinforcement learning
D Luque, T Beesley, RW Morris, BN Jack, O Griffiths, TJ Whitford, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (11), 3009-3017, 2017
222017
Investigating cue competition in contextual cuing of visual search.
T Beesley, DR Shanks
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (3), 709, 2012
212012
Prediction and uncertainty in associative learning: Examining controlled and automatic components of learned attentional biases
D Luque, MA Vadillo, ME Le Pelley, T Beesley
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (8), 1485-1503, 2017
202017
A simple algorithm for the offline recalibration of eye-tracking data through best-fitting linear transformation
MA Vadillo, CNH Street, T Beesley, DR Shanks
Behavior research methods 47 (4), 1365-1376, 2015
192015
Relative salience versus relative validity: Cue salience influences blocking in human associative learning.
ME Le Pelley, T Beesley, O Griffiths
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 40 (1), 116, 2014
152014
The onset of uncertainty facilitates the learning of new associations by increasing attention to cues
LC Easdale, ME Le Pelley, T Beesley
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1-49, 2017
92017
Attenuation of auditory evoked potentials for hand and eye-initiated sounds
NG Mifsud, T Beesley, TL Watson, TJ Whitford
Biological psychology 120, 61-68, 2016
92016
Overt attention in contextual cuing of visual search is driven by the attentional set, but not by the predictiveness of distractors.
T Beesley, G Hanafi, MA Vadillo, D Shanks, EJ Livesey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (5), 707, 2018
82018
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