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Unskilled and optimistic: Overconfident predictions despite calibrated knowledge of relative skillSIMONS, Daniel J.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2013, Vol 20, Num 3, pp 601-607, issn 1069-9384, 7 p.Article

Change blindness and visual memorySIMONS, Daniel J.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, issn 1350-6285, 416 p.Serial Issue

The Value of Direct Replication : Behaviorial Priming and its ReplicationSIMONS, Daniel J.Perspectives on psychological science (Print). 2014, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 76-80, issn 1745-6916, 5 p.Article

Working memory and inattentional blindnessBREDEMEIER, Keith; SIMONS, Daniel J.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2012, Vol 19, Num 2, pp 239-244, issn 1069-9384, 6 p.Article

Vision using routines : A functional account of visionHAYHOE, M.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 43-64, issn 1350-6285Article

Better than average : Alternatives to statistical summary representations for rapid judgments of average sizeMYCZEK, Kristoffer; SIMONS, Daniel J.Perception & psychophysics. 2008, Vol 70, Num 5, pp 772-788, issn 0031-5117, 17 p.Article

The Size and Shape of the Attentional Spotlight Varies With Differences in Sports ExpertiseHÜTTERMANN, Stefanie; MEMMERT, Daniel; SIMONS, Daniel J et al.Journal of experimental psychology. Applied. 2014, Vol 20, Num 2, pp 147-157, issn 1076-898X, 11 p.Article

Advances in video game methods and reporting practices (but still room for improvement): A commentary on Strobach, Frensch, and Schubert (2012)BOOT, Walter R; SIMONS, Daniel J.Acta psychologica. 2012, Vol 141, Num 2, pp 276-277, issn 0001-6918, 2 p.Article

The effects of individual differences and task difficulty on inattentional blindnessSIMONS, Daniel J; JENSEN, Melinda S.Psychonomic bulletin & review. 2009, Vol 16, Num 2, pp 398-403, issn 1069-9384, 6 p.Article

Moving and looming stimuli capture attentionFRANCONERI, Steven L; SIMONS, Daniel J.Perception & psychophysics. 2003, Vol 65, Num 7, pp 999-1010, issn 0031-5117, 12 p.Article

Semantic informativeness mediates the detection of changes in natural scenesHOLLINGWORTH, A; HENDERSON, J. M.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 213-235, issn 1350-6285Article

Change blindness: past, present, and futureSIMONS, Daniel J; RENSINK, Ronald A.Trends in cognitive sciences (Regular ed.). 2005, Vol 9, Num 1, pp 16-20, issn 1364-6613, 5 p.Article

On the functional role of implicit visual memory for the adaptive deployment of attention across scenesCHUN, M. M; NAKAYAMA, K.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 65-81, issn 1350-6285Article

New objects do not capture attention without a sensory transientHOLLINGWORTH, Andrew; SIMONS, Daniel J; FRANCONERI, Steven L et al.Attention, perception & psychophysics. 2010, Vol 72, Num 5, pp 1298-1310, issn 1943-3921, 13 p.Article

Cognitive description and change blindnessPANI, J. R.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 107-126, issn 1350-6285Article

Is change blindness attenuated by domain-specific expertise? An expert-novices comparison of change detection in football imagesWERNER, S; THIES, B.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 163-173, issn 1350-6285Article

What's scene and not seen: Influences of movement and task upon what we seeWALLIS, G; BÜLTHOFF, H.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 175-190, issn 1350-6285Article

Object recognition is mediated by extraretinal informationSIMONS, Daniel J; WANG, Ranxiao Frances; RODDENBERRY, David et al.Perception & psychophysics. 2002, Vol 64, Num 4, pp 521-530, issn 0031-5117Article

Detecting changes in novel, complex three-dimensional objectsWILLIAMS, P; SIMONS, D. J.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 297-322, issn 1350-6285Article

Detection and identification of change in naturalistic scenesMONDY, S; COLTHEART, V.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 281-296, issn 1350-6285Article

Change blindness: Theory or paradigm?SHAPIRO, K. L.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 83-91, issn 1350-6285Article

Attenuated change blindness for exogenously attended items in a flicker paradigmSCHOLL, B. J.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 377-396, issn 1350-6285Article

Current approaches to change blindnessSIMONS, D. J.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 1-15, issn 1350-6285Article

Visual search for change: A probe into the nature of attentional processingRENSINK, R. A.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 345-376, issn 1350-6285Article

The dynamic representation of scenesRENSINK, R. A.Visual cognition. 2000, Vol 7, Num 1-3, pp 17-42, issn 1350-6285Article

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