Published and In Press
Piech, R.M., McHugo, M., Smith, S.D., Dukic, M.S., Meer, J.V.D., Abou-Khalil, B., Most, S.B., & Zald, D.H. (in press). Attentional capture by emotional stimuli is preserved in patients with amygdala lesions. Neuropsychologia.


Most, S.B. (in press). Setting sights higher: Category-level attentional set modulates sustained inattentional blindness. Psychological Research.


Bredemeier, K., Berenbaum, H., Most, S.B., & Simons, D.J. (in press). Links between neuroticism, emotional distress, and disengaging attention: Evidence from a single target RSVP task. Cognition & Emotion.


Most, S.B. (in press). Inattentional blindness. In H. Pashler (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Mind. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.


Most, S.B. & Wang, L. (2011). Dissociating spatial attention and awareness in emotion-induced blindness. Psychological Science, 22, 300-305.


Most, S.B. (2010). What's "inattentional" about inattentional blindness? Consciousness and Cognition, 19, 1102-1104.


Most, S.B., Laurenceau, J.-P., Graber, E., Belcher, A., & Smith, C.V. (2010). Blind jealousy? Romantic insecurity increases emotion-induced failures of visual perception. Emotion, 10, 250-256.


Moser, J.S., Most, S.B., & Simons, R.F. (2010). Increasing negative emotions by reappraisal enhances subsequent attentional control: A combined behavioral and electrophysiology study. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 10, 195-207.


Most, S.B. (2009). Emotional influences on perception. In E.B. Goldstein (Ed), The Sage Encyclopedia of Perception. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.


Most, S.B. (2009). Attention and emotion. In E.B. Goldstein (Ed), The Sage Encyclopedia of Perception. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.


Most, S.B. & Jungé, J.A. (2008). Don't look back: Retroactive, dynamic costs and benefits of emotional capture. Visual Cognition, 16, 262-278.


Most, S.B., Smith, S.D., Cooter, A.B., Levy, B.N., & Zald, D.H. (2007). The naked truth: Positive, arousing distractors impair rapid target detection. Cognition & Emotion, 21, 964-981.


Izard, C.E., Quinn, P.C., & Most, S.B. (2007). Many ways to awareness: A developmental perspective on cognitive access. [Commentary] Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 30, 506-507.


Most, S.B., Sorber, A.V., & Cunningham, J.G. (2007). Auditory Stroop reveals automatic gender associations in adults and children. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43, 287-294.


Most, S.B. & Astur, R.S. (2007). Feature-based attentional set as a cause of traffic accidents. Visual Cognition, 15, 125-132.


Most, S.B., Chun, M.M., Johnson, M.R., & Kiehl, K.A. (2006). Attentional modulation of the amygdala varies with personality. NeuroImage, 31, 934-944.


Smith, S.D., Most, S.B., Newsome, L.A., & Zald, D.H. (2006). An "emotional blink" of attention elicited by aversively conditioned stimuli. Emotion, 6, 523-527.


Most, S.B., Chun, M.M., Widders, D.M., & Zald, D.H. (2005). Attentional rubbernecking: Cognitive control and personality in emotion-induced blindness. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12, 654-661.


Gray, J.R., Schaefer, A., Braver, T.S., & Most, S.B. (2005). Affect and the resolution of cognitive control dilemmas. In L. Feldman Barrett, P. Niedenthal, & P. Winkielman (Eds.), Emotion and Consciousness (pp. 67-94). New York: Guilford Press.


Most, S.B., Scholl, B.J., Clifford, E., & Simons, D.J. (2005). What you see is what you set: Sustained inattentional blindness and the capture of awareness. Psychological Review, 112, 217-242.


Most, S.B., Simons, D.J., Scholl, B.J., Jimenez, R., Clifford, E., & Chabris, C.F. (2001). How not to be seen: The contribution of similarity and selective ignoring to sustained inattentional blindness. Psychological Science, 12, 9-17.


Most, S.B. & Simons, D.J. (2001). Attention capture, orienting, and awareness. In C. Folk & B. Gibson (Eds.), Attraction, Distraction, and Action: Multiple Perspectives on Attentional Capture (pp. 151-173). Amsterdam: Elsevier.


Most, S.B., Simons, D.J., Scholl, B.J., & Chabris, C.F. (2000). Sustained inattentional blindness: The role of location in the detection of unexpected dynamic events. Psyche, 6(14).
URL: http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v6/psyche-6-14-most.html




In Progress


Most, S.B., Kuvaldina, M., Dobson, K., & Kennedy, B.L. (in preparation). Prior perceptual decisions shape subsequent perceptual experience: Negative priming increases inattentional blindness.


Wang, L. & Most, S.B. (in preparation). Attentional capture vs. emotional capture: Potentially separate mechanisms of perceptual disruption.


Kennedy, B.L. & Most, S.B. (in preparation). Emotion-induced blindness reflects disrupted perception, not disrupted memory.


Kennedy, B.L. & Most, S.B. (in preparation). Emotional stimuli suppress subsequent attentional selection.


Kennedy, B.L. & Most, S.B. (in preparation). Emotion-induced blindness elicits no lag-1 sparing.


Kristjánsson, Á., Óladóttir, B., & Most, S.B. (in preparation). Speeded processing of primed features during emotional arousal.


Engelhardt, D., Most, S.B., Reiss, J.E., Hoffman, J.E., Doran, M., & Wang, L. (in preparation). The contributions of motivation and attentional control to the attentional blink.


Bredemeier, K., Berenbaum, H., Brockmole, J.R., Boot, W.R., Simons, D.J., & Most, S.B. (under review). A load on my mind: Evidence that depression is like multi-tasking.


Wang, L., Most, S.B., & Hoffman, J.E. (in revision). The contralateral delay activity component of the ERP reflects the number of locations but not the number of objects in visual short-term memory.


Wang, L. & Most, S.B. (in revision). Visual working memory supports configuration, but not maintenance or application, of attentional control settings.


Leitner, J., Wang, L., Jones, J.M., & Most, S.B. (in revision). The effects of state affect, harm avoidance, and TRIOS on attentional resilience.


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