Tony Lambert
Tony Lambert
Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland
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Antenatal exposure to betamethasone: psychological functioning and health related quality of life 31 years after inclusion in randomised controlled trial
SR Dalziel, VK Lim, A Lambert, D McCarthy, V Parag, A Rodgers, ...
bmj 331 (7518), 665, 2005
A new component of visual orienting: Implicit effects of peripheral information and subthreshold cues on covert attention.
A Lambert, N Naikar, K McLachlan, V Aitken
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (2), 321, 1999
Salience of the lambs: A test of the saliency map hypothesis with pictures of emotive objects
K Humphrey, G Underwood, T Lambert
Journal of vision 12 (1), 22-22, 2012
Cell phone conversing while driving in New Zealand: Prevalence, risk perception and legislation
C Hallett, A Lambert, MA Regan
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 862-869, 2011
Selective attention and performance with a multidimensional visual display.
AJ Lambert, R Hockey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 12 (4), 484, 1986
Automaticity and the capture of attention by a peripheral display change
A Lambert, E Spencer, N Mohindra
Current Psychology 6 (2), 136-147, 1987
Psychological functioning and health‐related quality of life in adulthood after preterm birth
SR Dalziel, VK Lim, A Lambert, D McCarthy, V Parag, A Rodgers, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 49 (8), 597-602, 2007
Peripheral visual changes and spatial attention
A Lambert, R Hockey
Acta Psychologica 76 (2), 149-163, 1991
Testing the repression hypothesis: Effects of emotional valence on memory suppression in the think-No think task
AJ Lambert, KS Good, IJ Kirk
Consciousness and cognition 19 (1), 281-293, 2010
Text messaging amongst New Zealand drivers: Prevalence and risk perception
C Hallett, A Lambert, MA Regan
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 15 (3), 261-271, 2012
Spatial orienting controlled without awareness: A semantically based implicit learning effect
AJ Lambert, AL Sumich
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 49 (2), 490-518, 1996
Selective attention, visual laterality, awareness, and perceiving the meaning of parafoveally presented words
AJ Lambert, CT Beard, RJ Thompson
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 40 (4), 615-652, 1988
Do isoluminant color changes capture attention?
A Lambert, I Wells, M Kean
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 65 (4), 495-507, 2003
The Balance Model of Dyslexia and Remedial Training
R Dryer, IL Beale, AJ Lambert
Journal of learning disabilities 32 (2), 174-186, 1999
Imageability does not interact with visual field in lateral word recognition with oral report
AJ Lambert, JG Beaumont
Brain and language 20 (1), 115-142, 1983
Visual orienting with central and peripheral precues: Deconfounding the contributions of cue eccentricity, cue discrimination and spatial correspondence
A Lambert, M Duddy
Visual Cognition 9 (3), 303-336, 2002
The spatial correspondence hypothesis and orienting in response to central and peripheral spatial cues
A Lambert, M Roser, I Wells, C Heffer
Visual cognition 13 (1), 65-88, 2006
Effects of informative peripheral cues on eye movements: Revisiting William James’“derived attention”
A Lambert, A Norris, N Naikar, V Aitken
Visual Cognition 7 (5), 545-569, 2000
The influence of a salience distinction between bilateral cues on the latency of target‐detection saccades
M Kean, A Lambert
British Journal of Psychology 94 (3), 373-388, 2003
Expecting different categories at different locations and spatial selective attention
A Lambert
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 39 (1), 61-76, 1987
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