Journal articles

Please note: The names of students and research assistant collaborators are indicated by an asterisk (*) .

  • *Walker, H.E.K,  *Eng, R, & Trick, L.M. (in press). Dual-task decrements in driving performance: The impact of task type, working memory, and the frequency of task performance. Transportation Research Part F.
  • *Terry, M.E., & Trick, L.M. (in press). Multiple-object tracking and visually guided touch. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. For pre-print see https://rdcu.be/chM5t
  • *Dodwell, A., & Trick, L.M. (2020). The effects of secondary tasks that involve listening and speaking on young adult drivers with traits associated with autism spectrum disorders: A pilot study with driving simulation. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 69, 120-134.
  • Trick, L.M., & *Hardy, N.L.A. (2020). Does the standard search task predict performance in related tasks for Kanisza-style contours? Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 82 (2), 478-499.
  • *Beninger, J., Hamilton-Wright, A., Walker, H.E.K., & Trick, L.M. (2020). Machine learning techniques to identify mind-wandering and predict hazard response time in fully immersive driving simulator. Soft Computing, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00500-020-05217-8.
  • *Infante, E., & Trick, L.M. (2019). Why doesn’t emotional valence affect subitising and counting in simple enumeration? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 73(3), 413-424.
  • *Hardy, N.L.A., *Terrry, M., & Trick, L.M. (2019). Visual search does not always predict performance in tasks that require finding targets among distractors: The case of line-ending illusory contours. Acta Psychologica, 198, 210-218.
  • *Walker, H.E.K, & Trick, L.M. (2019). How the emotional content of road-side images affects driving performance, Safety Science, 115, 121-130.
  • *Walker, H.E.K, & Trick, L.M. (2018). Mind-wandering while driving: The impact of fatigue, task length and sustained attention abilities. Transportation Research Part F, 59, 81-97.
  • *Nowosielski, R.J., & Trick, L.M. (2018). Good distractions: Testing the effects of listening to an audiobook on driving performance in simple and complex road environments. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 111, 202 – 209.
  • *Lochner, M. J., & Trick, L.M. (2014). Multiple-object tracking while driving: The multiple-vehicle tracing task. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, 76, 2326-2345.
  • Brodeur, D.A., Trick, L.M., *Flores, H., Marr, C., & Burack, J.A. (2013). Multiple-object tracking among individuals with Down syndrome and typically developing children. Development and Psychopathology, 25, 545-553.
  • Trick, L.M., *Brandigampola, S., & Enns, J.T. (2012). How fleeting emotions affect hazard perception and steering while driving: The impact of image arousal and valence. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 45, 222-229.
  • Trick, L.M., *Mutreja, R., & *Hunt, K. (2012). Spatial and visuo-spatial working memory tests predict performance in classic multiple-object tracking in young adults but non-spatial measures of the executive do not. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 74, 300-311
  • *Mueller, A., & Trick, L.M. (2012). Driving in fog: The effects of driving experience and visibility on speed compensation and hazard avoidance. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 48, 472-479.
  • Trick, L.M., *Toxopeus, R., & *Wilson, D. (2010). The effects of visibility conditions, traffic density, and navigational challenge on speed compensation and driving performance in drivers of difference ages. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(6), 1661-1671.
  • Roney, C.J.R., & Trick, L.M. (2009). Sympathetic magic and perceptions of randomness: The hot hand versus the gambler’s fallacy. Thinking and Reasoning, 15(2), 197-210.
  • Trick, L.M. (2008). More than superstition: Differential effects of featural heterogeneity and change on subitizing and counting. Perception and Psychophysics, 70(5), 743-760.
  • *Reed-Jones, R.J., Vallis, L.A., *Reed-Jones, J.G., Trick, L.M. (2008). The relationship between postural stability and virtual environment adaptation. Neuroscience Letters, 435(3), 204-209.
  • *Reed-Jones, J.G., Trick, L.M., & Matthews, M. (2008). Testing assumptions implicit in the use of the 15-second rule as an early predictor of whether an in-vehicle device produces unacceptable distraction. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(2), 628-634.
  • Dickey, J.P, Oliver, M.L., Boileau, P., Eger, T.R., Trick, L.M., & Edwards, A. M. (2007). Multi-axis sinusoidal whole-body vibrations: Part I – How long should the vibration and rest exposures be for reliable measures? Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration, and Active Control, 175-184.
  • Dickey, J.P , Eger, T.R., Oliver, M., Boileau, P., Trick, L.M., & Edwards, A.M. (2007). Multi-axis sinusoidal whole-body vibrations: Part II – Relationship between Vibration Total Value and discomfort varies between vibration axes. Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration, and Active Control, 26(3), 195-204.
  • Trick, L.M., *Guindon, J., & Vallis, L. (2006). Sequential tapping interferes selectively with multiple-object tracking: Do finger-tapping and tracking share a common resource? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59(7), 1188-1195.
  • Trick, L.M. (2005). The role of working memory in spatial enumeration: Patterns of selective interference in subitizing and counting. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 12(4), 675-681.
  • Trick, L.M., *Jaspers-Fayer, F., & *Sethi, N. (2005). Multiple-object tracking in children: The “Catch the Spies” task. Cognitive Development, 20(3), 373-387.
  • Trick, L.M., *Perl, T., & *Sethi, N. (2005). Age-related differences in multiple-object tracking. Journal of Gerontology: Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 60B(2), 102-105.
  • Trick, L.M., Enns, J.T., *Mills, J., & Vavrik, J. (2004). Paying attention behind the wheel: A framework for studying the role of selective attention in driving. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 5(5), 385-424.
  • Trick, L.M., *Audet, D., & *Dales, L. (2003). Age differences in enumerating things that move: Implications for the development of multiple-object tracking. Memory and Cognition, 31(8), 1229-1237.
  • Roney, C.J.R., & Trick, L.M. (2003). Grouping and gambling: A Gestalt approach to the Gambler’s Fallacy. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 57(2), 69-75.
  • Trick, L.M., & Enns, J.T. (1998). Life-span changes in attention: The visual search task. Cognitive Development, 13(3), 369-386.
  • Trick, L.M., & Enns, J.T. (1997). Clusters precede shapes in perceptual organization. Psychological Science, 8(2), 124-129.
  • Trick, L.M., & Enns, J.T. (1997). Measuring preattentive processes: When is pop out not enough? Visual Cognition, 4(2), 163-198.
  • Trick, L.M., Enns, J.T., & Brodeur, D.A. (1996). Life-span changes in visual enumeration: The number discrimination task. Developmental Psychology, 32(5), 925-932.
  • Trick, L.M., & Pylyshyn, Z.W. (1994). Why are small and large numbers enumerated differently? A limited capacity preattentive stage in vision. Psychological Review, 101 (1), 80-102.
  • Trick, L.M., & Pylyshyn, Z.W. (1994). Cueing and counting: Does the position of the attentional focus affect enumeration? Visual Cognition, 1(1), 67-100.
  • Pylyshyn, Z., Burkell, J., Fisher, B., Sears, C., Schmidt, W., & Trick, L. (1994). Multiple parallel access in visual attention. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 48(2), 260-283.
  • Trick, L.M., & Pylyshyn, Z.W., (1993). What enumeration studies can show us about spatial attention: Evidence for limited capacity preattentive processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 19(2), 331-351.
  • Trick, L.M., & Pylyshyn, Z.W. (1990). Subitizing, counting and FINSTs. Western Journal of Graduate Research, 2(1), 50-58.
  • Trick, L., & Katz, A. (1989). The Domain Interaction approach to metaphor processing: Relating individual differences and metaphor characteristics. Metaphor and Symbolic Activity, 1(3), 185-213.