Erik Marsja

Publications

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Marsja, Erik
Marsh Everett, John
Patrik, Hansson; et al.

Domain-generality or domain-specificity of the short-term memory: insights from a multisensory distraction paradigm

2017

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Marsja, Erik
Marsh, John Everett
Neely, Gregory; et al.

Spatial Change In Multisensory Distractors Impact On Spatial and Verbal Short-Term Memory Performance

2016

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Marsja, Erik
Neely, Gregory
Ma, Lichen; et al.

Cross-modality matches of intensity and attention capture dimensions of auditory and vibrotactile stimuli
Fechner Day 2015. The 31st Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Québec, Canada, August 17-21, 2015

2015

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Marsja, Erik
Neely, Gregory
Parmentier, Fabrice; et al.

Deviant sounds does not capture attention when presented among, and simultaneously as standard vibrations

2014

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Ljungberg K., Jessica
Parmentier, Fabrice
Marsja, Erik; et al.

When your name is just another word: Self-referential auditory stimulus no more distracting than other names and words in a cross-modal oddball task

2014

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Marsja, Erik
Neely, Gregory
Parmentier, Fabrice; et al.

Deviance Distraction Is Contingent on Stimuli Being Presented Within the Same Modality
Abstracts of the Psychomic Society: 101-

2014

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Ljungberg, Jessica K
Parmentier, Fabrice BR
Jones, Dylan M; et al.

‘What’s in a name?’ ‘No more than when it's mine own’. Evidence from auditory oddball distraction.
Acta Psychologica, 150: 161-166

2014

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Ljungberg K., Jessica
Parmentier, Fabrice
Marsja, Erik; et al.

Any Tom, Dick, or Harry will do: Hearing one's own name distracts no more than any other in a cross-modal oddball task

2014

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Marsja, Erik
Neely, Greg
Parmentier, Fabrice; et al.

Maintenance of the distractive effect of deviating vibrotactile stimuli in a cross-modal oddball paradigm
Fechner day 2013: 1-126

2013

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Marsja, Erik

Attention Capture: Studying the Distracting effect of One´s Own Name

2011

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