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Melina Kunar, BSc PhD (Associate Professor)

Melina Kunar

 

Interests:

Visual attention in particular contextual cueing, visual marking, the attentional blink,the interaction between attention and affect, and how people initially process and search different types of displays.

Publications

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Representative Publications:

  • Kunar, M. A. & Watson, D. G. (2014). When Are Abrupt Onsets Found Efficiently in Complex Visual Search?: Evidence from Multi-Element Asynchronous Dynamic Search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40, 232-252.

  • Kunar, M. A., Watson, D. G., Cole, L. & Cox, A. (2014). Negative Emotional Stimuli Reduce Contextual Cueing but not Response Times in Inefficient Search. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 377-393.

  • Kunar, M. A., John, R. & Sweetman, H. (2014). A Configural Dominant Account of Contextual Cueing: Configural Cues are Stronger than Colour Cues. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 1366-1382.

  • Russell, N. & Kunar, M.A. (2012). Color and Spatial Cueing in Low Prevalence Visual Search. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 1327-1344.
  • Watson, D.G. & Kunar, M.A. (2012). Visual Marking: Determining the capacity of time-based selection. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 350-366.
  • Kunar, M.A. & Watson, D.G. (2011). Visual Search in a Multi-element Asynchronous Dynamic (MAD) World. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37(4), 1017-1031.

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Supervisor to:
Daniel Gunnell
Katherine Jones