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Fournier, L.R., & *Richardson, B.P., & Logan, G.  (Accepted June 3, 2022).  Partial repetition costs are reduced but not eliminated with practice.  Journal of Cognition

Fournier, L.R. & *Richardson, B.P.  (2022).  Partial repetition between action plans delays responses to ideomotor compatible stimuli, Psychological Research, 86, 627-641.  (shareable paper at link: )

Lappin, J.S., Logan, G.D., Fournier, L.R., & Hoffman, J.E.  (2021).  Contemporary developments inspired by the research of Charles W. Eriksen.  Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 83, 543-545.

 *Raghunath, N., Fournier, L.R., & Kogan, C. (2021).  Precrastination and individual differences in working memory, Psychological Research, 85, 1970-1985.

*Richardson, B.P., Pfister, R., & Fournier, L.R. (2020).  Free-Choice and forced-choice actions:  Shared representations and conservation of cognitive effort.  Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 82, 2516–2530. Doi:

Fournier, L.R., *Hansen, D.A., *Stubblefield, A.M., & Van Dongen, H.P.A. (2020). Action plan interrupted: Resolution of proactive interference while coordinating execution of multiple action plans during sleep deprivation. Psychological Research,

Rosenbaum, D.A., Fournier, L.R., Levy-Tzedek, S., McBride, Rosenthal, R., *Saurberger, K., *VonderHaar, R.L., Wasserman, E.A., Zentall, T.R. (2019, online). Sooner rather than later: Precrastination rather than procrastination. Current Directions in Psychological Science,

Fournier, L.R., *Stubblefield, A.M., Dyre, B.P., & Rosenbaum, D.A. (2019). Starting or finishing sooner? Sequencing preferences in object transfer tasks. Psychological Research, 83(8), 1674-1684.

Fournier, L.R., **Coder, E., Kogan, C., *Nisha Raghunath, N., *Taddese, E., & Rosenbaum, D.A. (2019) Which task will we choose first? Precrastination and cognitive load in task ordering. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 81(2), 489-503.

Lappin, J.S., Logan, G.D., Fournier, L.R., Hoffman, J.E. (2018).  In memoriam:  Charles “Erik” Eriksen (1923-2018).  Attention, Perception & Psychophysics,

Fournier, L.R., *Stubblefield, A.M., Dyre, B.P., & Rosenbaum, D.A. (2018).  Starting or finishing sooner?  Sequencing preferences in object transfer tasks.  Psychological Research, Access Link:

*Behmer Jr., L.P., & Fournier, L.R. (2016). Mirror neuron activation as a function of explicit learning: Changes in mu-event related power after learning novel responses to ideomotor compatible, partially compatible, and non-compatible stimuli.  European Journal of Neuroscience, 44, 2774-2785.

Fournier, L.R. (2016). The Daubert guidelines: Usefulness, utilization, and suggestions for improving quality control. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5, 308-313.

Reisberg, D., Simons, D.J., & Fournier, L.R.  (2016).  Are we there yet?  Introduction to the forum on when and whether psychological research is ready for use in the justice system.  Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5, 233-235.​

Fournier, L.R., *Wiediger, M.D., *Taddese, E.F.  (2015).  Action plans can interact to hinder or facilitate reach performance, Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, DOI: 10.3758/s13414-015-0959-5

Fournier, L. R., *Behmer Jr, L. P., & *Stubblefield, A. M. (2014). Interference due to shared features between action plans is influenced by working memory span Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 1524-1529. DOI 10.3758/s13423-014-0627-0

Pfister, R., Janczyk, M., Gressmann, M., Fournier, L.R., & Kunde, W. (2014).  Good vibrations?  Vibrotactile self-stimulation reveals anticipation of body-related action effects in motor controlExperimental Brain Research, 232, 847-854.  DOI:  10.1007/s00221-013-3796-6

*Behmer, L.P. Jr., Fournier, L.R.  (2014). Working Memory Modulates Neural Efficiency Over Motor Components During a Novel Action Planning Task:  An EEG StudyBehavioural Brain Research, 260, 1-7.  DOI: 10.1016/j.bbr.2013.11.031

Fournier, L.R., *Gallimore, J.M., & **Feiszli, K. & Logan, G.D. (2014). On the importance of being first:  Serial order effects in the interaction between action plans and ongoing actionsPsychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21, 163-169.  DOI: 10.3758/s13423-013-0486-0

Fournier, L.R., & *Gallimore, J.M (2013). What makes an event: Temporal integration of stimuli or actions?  Attention, Perception and Psychophysic, 75, 1293-1305. DOI: 10.3758/s13414-013-0461-x

Patterson, R.E., Fournier, L.R., Williams, L., Amann, R., *Tripp, L., Pierce, B., (2013).  System dynamics modeling of sensory-driven decision primingJournal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 7, 3-25.

*Mattson, P.S., Fournier, L.R., & *Behmer, L.P. (2012).  Frequency of the first feature in action sequences influences feature bindingAttention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74, 1446-1460.

Fournier, L. R., *Wiediger, M. D., **McMeans, R., *Mattson, P. S., **Kirkwood, J., & **Herzog, T.  (2010).  Holding A Manual Response Sequence In Memory Can Disrupt Vocal Responses That Share Semantic Features With the Manual Response, Psychological Research, 74, 359-369.

Patterson, R.  Fournier, L., Pierce, B., Winterbottom, M., & *Tripp, L.  (2009). System dynamics modeling of the time course of the recognition-primed decision model, Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 3, 253-279

*Wiediger, M.D. & Fournier, L. R. (2008). An Action Sequence Withheld in Memory Can Delay Execution of Visually Guided Actions:  The Generalization of Response Compatibility InterferenceJournal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception & Performance, 34(5), 1136-1149.

*Mattson, P.S. & Fournier, L.R.  (2008).  An action sequence held in memory can interfere with response selection of a target stimulus, but does not interfere with response activation of noise stimuliMemory & Cognition, 36, 1236-1247.

*Ryan-Borchers, T.A., Chew, B. P., Park, J.S.,  Mcguire, M.K., Fournier, L.R., & Beerman, K. A.  (2008).  Effect of dietary and supplemental forms of isoflavones on thyroid function in healthy postmenopausal womenTopics in Clinical Nutrition, 23(1), 13-22.

Fournier, L.R., Patterson, R., Dyre, B.P., *Wiediger, M., & Winters, R.  (2007).  Conjunction benefits and costs reveal decision priming for first- and second-order featuresPerception & Psychophysics, 69(8), 1409-1421.

Fournier, L.R., *Ryan-Borchers, T.A., Robison, L.M., *Wiediger, M., Park , J. S., Chew, B. P., Mcguire, M.K., Sclar, D.A., Skaer, T.L., & Beerman, K.A.  (2007).  The effects of soy milk and isoflavone supplements on cognitive performance in healthy, postmenopausal womenJournal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 11(2), 155-164.

Ryan-Borchers, T.A, Park , J. S., Chew, B. P.,  McGuire, M.K.,  Fournier, L.R., &  Beerman, K.A. (2006).   Soy isoflavones modulate immune function in healthy postmenopausal women, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 83, 1118-1125.

Patterson, R., Fournier, L.R., *Wiediger, M., Vavrek, G., *Becker-Dippman, C., & **Bickler, I. (2005).  Selective attention and cyclopean motion processing. Vision Research, 45, 2601-2607.

Fournier, L.R., *Herbert, R.J., **Farris, C.  (2004).  Demands on Attention and the Role of Response Priming in Visual Discrimination of Feature Conjunctions. Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 30(5), 836-852.

Fournier, L.R., & *Shorter, S. (2001).  Is evidence for late selection due to automatic or attentional processing of stimulus identitiesPerception & Psychophysics, 63, 991-1003.

Dyre, B. P., *Richman, J. B., & Fournier, L. (2000). Attention modulates perception and control of heading from transparent flow fields. Proceedings of the IEA/HFES Congress, 3-415-3-418.

Fournier, L.R., Scheffers, M. K., Coles, M. G. H., *Adamson, A.  L., Vila, E.  (2000). When complexity helps:  An electrophysiological analysis of multiple feature benefit in object perceptionActa Psychologica 104, 119-142.

Fournier, L.R., *Bowd, C., & *Herbert, R.  (2000).  Interference from multi-dimensional objects during feature and conjunction discriminationQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 53A(1), 191-209.

Fournier, L.R., Wilson, G. F., & Swain, C R.  (1999).  Electrophysiological, behavioral, and subjective indexes of workload when performing multiple tasks:  Manipulations of task difficulty and trainingInternational Journal of Psychophysiology 31, 129-145.

Fournier, L.R., Eriksen, C.  W., & *Bowd, C.  (1998).  Multiple feature discrimination faster than single feature discrimination within the same object? Perception & Psychophysics, 60, 1384-1405.

Fournier, L.R., Scheffers, M.K., Coles, M.G.H., *Adamson, A.L., Vila, E.  (1997).  A psychophysiological investigation of the Eriksen compatibility effect:  The case of feature similarity and “intrinsic” response mappingsPsychological Research, 60, 144-155.

Wilson, G. F., Fournier, L. & Swain, C. R.  (1997).  EEG desynchronization and synchronization as measures of mental workload in a multi-task environment.  Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Vol 2, 1562-1567.

Coles, M.G.H., Scheffers, M.K., Fournier, L.R.  (1995).  Where did you go wrongActa Psychologica, 90, 129-144.

Fournier, L.R.  (1994).  Selective attentional delays and attentional capture among multiple visual onset elementsPerception & Psychophysics, 56, 536-550.

Fournier, L.R., & Eriksen, C.  W.  (1990).  Coactivation in the perception of redundant targets.  Journal of Experimental  Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance, 16, 538-550.

Eriksen, C.W., Webb, J., & Fournier, L.R.  (1990).  How much processing do nonattended stimuli receive?  Apparently very little, but…  Perception & Psychophysics, 47, 477-488.

Eriksen, C.W., Goettl, B., St. James, J., & Fournier, L R.  (1989).  Processing redundant signals: Coactivation, divided attention, or what Perception & Psychophysics, 45, 356-370.