Tess Allegra Forest
Tess Allegra Forest
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Superior learning in synesthetes: Consistent grapheme-color associations facilitate statistical learning
TA Forest, A Lichtenfeld, B Alvarez, AS Finn
Cognition 186, 72-81, 2019
92019
Planning to speak in L1 and L2
AE Konopka, A Meyer, TA Forest
Cognitive psychology 102, 72-104, 2018
52018
Attention Selectively Boosts Learning of Statistical Structure.
TA Forest, AS Finn
CogSci, 2018
22018
Top-down modulation of visual cortex in the developing human brain
Y Jung, TA Forest, DB Walther, AS Finn
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 597-597, 2020
12020
What is represented in memory after statistical learning?
TA Forest, AS Finn, ML Schlichting
CogSci, 2020
12020
Young children remember specific transitions but not general groups from structured input
T Forest, Z Abolghasem, A Finn, M Schlichting
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Attention shifts to more complex locations with experience
T Forest, N Siegelman, A Finn
PsyArXiv, 2021
2021
Attention to different statistical structures changes over the course of learning
TA Forest, N Siegelman, A Finn
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 293-293, 2020
2020
The Impact of Attention on People's Ability to Learn Two Statistical Patterns Simultaneously
TA Forest
University of Toronto (Canada), 2017
2017
Planning sentences in L1 and L2
AE Konopka, T Forest
12th Symposium for Psycholinguistics, 2015
2015
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