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Successful youth participation in health research depends on the attitudes of adults.

Hannah L Pincham, Jackson Harrison, Philippa Collin,

Lancet Child Adolesc Health (The Lancet. Child & adolescent health)
[2020, 4(12):857-859]

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The neuropsychiatric legacy of Anna Freud - psychiatry in pictures.

Hannah L Pincham, Elizabeth J V Harding,

Br J Psychiatry (The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science)
[2016, 208(1):6]

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Shaping prestimulus neural activity with auditory rhythmic stimulation improves the temporal allocation of attention.

Luca Ronconi, Hannah L Pincham, Giulia Cristoforetti, Andrea Facoetti, Dénes Szűcs,

Human attention fluctuates across time, and even when stimuli have identical physical characteristics and the task demands are the same, relevant information is sometimes consciously perceived and at other times not. A typical example of this phenomenon is the attentional blink, where participants show a robust deficit in reporting the ... Read more >>

Neuroreport (Neuroreport)
[2016, 27(7):487-494]

Cited: 7 times

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The experiential blink: Mapping the cost of working memory encoding onto conscious perception in the attentional blink.

Hannah L Pincham, H Bowman, D Szucs,

The attentional blink (AB) represents a cognitive deficit in reporting the second of two targets (T2), when that second target appears 200-600 msec after the first (T1). However, it is unclear how this paradigm impacts the subjective visibility (that is, the conscious perception) of T2, and whether the temporal profile of ... Read more >>

Cortex (Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior)
[2016, 81:35-49]

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Psychosocial Intervention Is Associated with Altered Emotion Processing: An Event-Related Potential Study in At-Risk Adolescents.

Hannah L Pincham, Donna Bryce, Danae Kokorikou, Peter Fonagy, R M Pasco Fearon,

Emotion processing is vital for healthy adolescent development, and impaired emotional responses are associated with a number of psychiatric disorders. However, it is unclear whether observed differences between psychiatric populations and healthy controls reflect modifiable variations in functioning (and thus could be sensitive to changes resulting from intervention) or stable, ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2016, 11(1):e0147357]

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Social provocation modulates decision making and feedback processing: Examining the trajectory of development in adolescent participants.

Hannah L Pincham, Claire Wu, Clare Killikelly, Laura Vuillier, R M Pasco Fearon,

Increasingly, research is turning to the ways in which social context impacts decision making and feedback processing in adolescents. The current study recorded electroencephalography to examine the trajectory of development across adolescence, with a focus on how social context impacts cognition and behaviour. To that end, younger (10-12 years) and ... Read more >>

Dev Cogn Neurosci (Developmental cognitive neuroscience)
[2015, 15:58-66]

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Inducing attention not to blink: auditory entrainment improves conscious visual processing.

Luca Ronconi, Hannah L Pincham, Dénes Szűcs, Andrea Facoetti,

Our ability to allocate attention at different moments in time can sometimes fail to select stimuli occurring in close succession, preventing visual information from reaching awareness. This so-called attentional blink (AB) occurs when the second of two targets (T2) is presented closely after the first (T1) in a rapid serial ... Read more >>

Psychol Res (Psychological research)
[2016, 80(5):774-784]

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The neural correlates of emotion processing in juvenile offenders.

Hannah L Pincham, Donna Bryce, R M Pasco Fearon,

Individuals with severe antisocial behaviour often demonstrate abnormalities or difficulties in emotion processing. Antisocial behaviour typically onsets before adulthood and is reflected in antisocial individuals at the biological level. We therefore conducted a brain-based study of emotion processing in juvenile offenders. Male adolescent offenders and age-matched non-offenders passively viewed emotional ... Read more >>

Dev Sci (Developmental science)
[2015, 18(6):994-1005]

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Disruption reduces accuracy and P3b amplitudes in the attentional blink.

Hannah L Pincham, Dénes Szücs,

In everyday life, distracting stimuli often interfere with daily tasks, and disrupt successful task performance. The attentional blink paradigm (a deficit in reporting the second target (T2) in a rapid stream of visual stimuli) allows for an investigation of disruption by rapidly appearing stimuli. Specifically, the magnitude of the attentional ... Read more >>

Neurosci Lett (Neuroscience letters)
[2014, 581:26-31]

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The neural correlates of working memory impairment in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Hannah L Pincham,

J. Neurosci. (The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience)
[2014, 34(17):5735-5737]

Cited: 3 times

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Target cueing provides support for target- and resource-based models of the attentional blink.

Hannah L Pincham, Dénes Szűcs,

The attentional blink (AB) describes a time-based deficit in processing the second of two masked targets. The AB is attenuated if successive targets appear between the first and final target, or if a cueing target is positioned before the final target. Using various speeds of stimulus presentation, the current study ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2012, 7(5):e37596]

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Intentional subitizing: exploring the role of automaticity in enumeration.

Hannah L Pincham, Dénes Szűcs,

Subitizing is traditionally described as the rapid, preattentive and automatic enumeration of up to four items. Counting, by contrast, describes the enumeration of larger sets of items and requires slower serial shifts of attention. Although recent research has called into question the preattentive nature of subitizing, whether or not numerosities ... Read more >>

Cognition (Cognition)
[2012, 124(2):107-116]

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Examining the expectation deficit in normal aging.

Hannah L Pincham, Clare Killikelly, Laura Vuillier, Alan J Power,

J Neurosci (The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience)
[2012, 32(4):1143-1145]

Cited: 5 times

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Response rates track the history of reinforcement times.

Justin A Harris, Saba Gharaei, Hannah L Pincham,

When conditioning involves a consistent temporal relationship between the conditioned stimulus (CS) and unconditioned stimulus (US), the expression of conditioned responses within a trial peaks at the usual time of the US relative to the CS. Here we examine the temporal profile of responses during conditioning with variable CS-US intervals. ... Read more >>

J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process (Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes)
[2011, 37(3):277-286]

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Conscious access is linked to ongoing brain state: electrophysiological evidence from the attentional blink.

Hannah L Pincham, Dénes Szucs,

Neuroscience explanations of conscious access focus on neural events elicited by stimuli. In contrast, here, we used the attentional blink paradigm in combination with event-related brain potentials to examine whether the ongoing state of the brain before a stimulus can determine both conscious access and the poststimulus neural events associated ... Read more >>

Cereb. Cortex (Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991))
[2012, 22(10):2346-2353]

Cited: 6 times

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A learned flavor preference persists despite the extinction of conditioned hedonic reactions to the cue flavors.

Dominic M Dwyer, Hannah L Pincham, Thida Thein, Justin A Harris,

Learned flavor preferences can be strikingly persistent in the face of behavioral extinction. Harris, Shand, Carroll, and Westbrook (2004) suggested that this persistence may be due to flavor preference conditioning's producing a long-lasting change in the hedonic response to the conditioned stimulus (CS+) flavor. In the present study, the CS+ ... Read more >>

Learn Behav (Learning & behavior)
[2009, 37(4):305-310]

Cited: 17 times

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