James Danckert
James Danckert
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Boredom: An emotional experience distinct from apathy, anhedonia, or depression
YK Goldberg, JD Eastwood, J LaGuardia, J Danckert
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 30 (6), 647-666, 2011
A short boredom proneness scale: Development and psychometric properties
AA Struk, JSA Carriere, JA Cheyne, J Danckert
Assessment 24 (3), 346-359, 2017
Exploring the relationship between boredom and sustained attention
E Malkovsky, C Merrifield, Y Goldberg, J Danckert
Experimental brain research 221, 59-67, 2012
Boredom, sustained attention and the default mode network
J Danckert, C Merrifield
Experimental brain research 236, 2507-2518, 2018
Time flies when you’re having fun: Temporal estimation and the experience of boredom
JA Danckert, AAA Allman
Brain and cognition 59 (3), 236-245, 2005
Revisiting unilateral neglect
J Danckert, S Ferber
Neuropsychologia 44 (6), 987-1006, 2006
Blindsight in action: what can the different sub-types of blindsight tell us about the control of visually guided actions?
J Danckert, Y Rossetti
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (7), 1035-1046, 2005
Characterizing the psychophysiological signature of boredom
C Merrifield, J Danckert
Experimental brain research 232, 481-491, 2014
Superior performance for visually guided pointing in the lower visual field
J Danckert, MA Goodale
Experimental brain research 137, 303-308, 2001
Visually guided reaching: bilateral posterior parietal lesions cause a switch from fast visuomotor to slow cognitive control
Y Rossetti, P Revol, R McIntosh, L Pisella, G Rode, J Danckert, C Tilikete, ...
Neuropsychologia 43 (2), 162-177, 2005
Neuropsychological profile of acute alcohol intoxication during ascending and descending blood alcohol concentrations
TA Schweizer, M Vogel-Sprott, J Danckert, EA Roy, A Skakum, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 31 (6), 1301-1309, 2006
Cognitive and affective predictors of boredom proneness
J Isacescu, AA Struk, J Danckert
Cognition and emotion 31 (8), 1741-1748, 2017
Attention, motor control and motor imagery in schizophrenia: implications for the role of the parietal cortex
J Danckert, M Saoud, P Maruff
Schizophrenia research 70 (2-3), 241-261, 2004
Eye movements tell only half the story
S Ferber, J Danckert, M Joanisse, HC Goltz, MA Goodale
Neurology 60 (11), 1826-1829, 2003
Boredom in the COVID-19 pandemic: Trait boredom proneness, the desire to act, and rule-breaking
J Boylan, P Seli, AA Scholer, J Danckert
Personality and individual differences 171, 110387, 2021
Direct effects of prismatic lenses on visuomotor control: an event‐related functional MRI study
J Danckert, S Ferber, MA Goodale
European Journal of Neuroscience 28 (8), 1696-1704, 2008
Spatiotemporal distribution of facilitation and inhibition of return arising from the reflexive orienting of covert attention.
A Collie, P Maruff, M Yucel, J Danckert, J Currie
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 26 (6 …, 2000
Neglected time: impaired temporal perception of multisecond intervals in unilateral neglect
J Danckert, S Ferber, C Pun, C Broderick, C Striemer, S Rock, D Stewart
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (10), 1706-1720, 2007
Selective, non-lateralized impairment of motor imagery following right parietal damage
J Danckert, S Ferber, T Doherty, H Steinmetz, D Nicolle, MA Goodale
Neurocase 8 (3), 194-204, 2002
Through a prism darkly: re-evaluating prisms and neglect
CL Striemer, JA Danckert
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (7), 308-316, 2010
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