Research interests:
Cognitive ethology, social attention, brain and human behaviour.

Dalrymple, K. A., Bischof, W. F., Cameron, D. Barton, J.J.S. & Kingstone, A. (In press). Global perception in simultanagnosia is not as simple as a game of connect-the-dots. Visition Research.

Smilek, D., Weiheimer, L., Kwan, D., Reynolds, M. & Kingstone, A. (In press). Hiding and finding: The relationship between visual concealment and visual search. Attention, Perception & Performance.

Kingstone, A. (2009). Taking a real look at social attention. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 19, 52–56.

Olk, B. & Kingstone, A. (2009). A new look at aging and performance in the antisaccade task: The impact of response selection. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 21, 406-421.

Ristic, J. & Kingstone, A. (2009). Rethinking attentional development: Reflexive and volitional orienting in children and adults. Developmental Science, 12, 289-296.

Sinnett, S., Snyder, J. & Kingstone, A. (2009). Role of the lateral prefrontal cortex in visual object-based selective attention. Experimental Brain Research, 194, 191-196.

Dodd, M., Van der Stigchel, S., Leghari, M. A., Fung, G. & Kingstone, A. (2008). Attentional SNARC: There’s something special about numbers (let us count the ways). Cognition, 108, 810 – 818.

Cabeza, R. & Kingstone, A. (2006). Handbook of functional neuroimaging of cognition (2nd Edition). MIT Press.

Winter 2016

PSYC312A History of Psychology - PSYCHOLOGY HIST Sections

The principal trends of psychological explanation and events in the history of psychology from the earliest times to the present. Open only to Major or Honours students or by permission of the instructor.