C Thompson


School of Soc Work, Psychology, Pub H

University of Salford

Cognitive Psychology, Visual attention, Visual search, Eye tracking, Cognition and emotion

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  1. Ong, E, Hussain, S, Chow, Y and Thompson, C 2017, Variations in bilingual processing of positive and negative information , in: 6th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology, 6th-7th March 2017, Singapore.
  2. Hills, PJ, Mileva, M, Thompson, C and Pake, JM 2017, 'Carryover of scanning behaviour affects upright face recognition differently to inverted face recognition' , Visual Cognition .
  3. Smail, D, Elison, S, Dubrow-Marshall, LJ ORCID: 0000-0003-4092-6599 and Thompson, C 2017, 'A mixed-methods study using a nonclinical sample to measure feasibility of ostrich community : a web-based cognitive behavioral therapy program for individuals with debt and associated stress' , JMIR Mental Health, 4 (2) .
  4. Taylor, AJ, Bendall, RCA and Thompson, C 2016, 'Positive emotion expands visual attention...Or maybe not...' , The Cognitive Psychology Bulletin , pp. 33-37.
  5. Ong, E, Eachus, P, Tang, A and Thompson, C 2016, Executive function in relation to suicidal thinking , in: th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (CBP 2016), 22nd February 2016 to 23rd February 2016, Singapore.
  6. Hills, PJ, Thompson, C, Jones, SP, Piech, RM, Painter, L and Pake, JM 2016, 'Attentional modulation of the carry over of eye-movements between tasks' , Acta Psychologica, 167 , pp. 1-15.
  7. Matthews, MJ, Yusuf, M, Doyle, C and Thompson, C 2016, 'Quadrupedal movement training improves markers of cognition and joint repositioning' , Human Movement Science, 47 , pp. 70-80.
  8. Thompson, C, Pasquini, A and Hills, P The importance of top-down control in attentional inertia , in: Experimental Psychology Society July 2015 Meeting, 8th-10th July, Lincoln, UK. (Unpublished)
  9. Ong, E, Eachus, P, Tang, A and Thompson, C Suicide ideation is predicted by deficits in executive function , in: The European Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences, 6th-8th July 2015, Brighton, UK. (Unpublished)
  10. Catherine, Thompson 2009, The persistence of attentional set and its implications for top-down control , PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.