Patrick Rabbitt
Patrick Rabbitt
Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford
Verified email at psy.ox.ac.uk
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Long-term postoperative cognitive dysfunction in the elderly: ISPOCD1 study
JT Moller, P Cluitmans, LS Rasmussen, P Houx, H Rasmussen, J Canet, ...
The Lancet 351 (9106), 857-861, 1998
26531998
Reflexive and voluntary orienting of visual attention: time course of activation and resistance to interruption.
HJ Müller, PM Rabbitt
Journal of Experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 15 (2), 315, 1989
18211989
Errors and error correction in choice-response tasks.
PMA Rabbitt
Journal of experimental psychology 71 (2), 264, 1966
11281966
Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB): a factor analytic study of a large sample of normal elderly volunteers
TW Robbins, M James, AM Owen, BJ Sahakian, L McInnes, P Rabbitt
Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders 5 (5), 266-281, 1994
10861994
A study of performance on tests from the CANTAB battery sensitive to frontal lobe dysfunction in a large sample of normal volunteers: Implications for theories of executive …
TW Robbins, M James, AM Owen, BJ Sahakian, AD Lawrence, L McInnes, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 4 (5), 474-490, 1998
6841998
Introduction: Methodologies and models in the study of executive function
P Rabbitt
Methodology of frontal and executive function, 9-45, 2004
6012004
An age-decrement in the ability to ignore irrelevant information
P Rabbitt
Journal of Gerontology 20 (2), 233-238, 1965
5181965
Attention and performance XI
MI Posner, OSM Marin
Routledge, 2016
5012016
Channel-capacity, intelligibility and immediate memory
PMA Rabbitt
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 20 (3), 241-248, 1968
4781968
Test\re-test reliability of the CANTAB and ISPOCD neuropsychological batteries: theoretical and practical issues
C Lowe, P Rabbitt
Neuropsychologia 36 (9), 915-923, 1998
4191998
Methodology of frontal and executive function
P Rabbitt
Psychology Press, 2004
3992004
What does a man do after he makes an error? An analysis of response programming
P Rabbitt, B Rodgers
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 29 (4), 727-743, 1977
3951977
Mild hearing loss can cause apparent memory failures which increase with age and reduce with IQ
P Rabbitt
Acta oto-laryngologica 111 (sup476), 167-176, 1991
3371991
Elderly drivers and their accidents: the Aging Driver Questionnaire
D Parker, L McDonald, P Rabbitt, P Sutcliffe
Accident Analysis & Prevention 32 (6), 751-759, 2000
2882000
Does it all go together when it goes? The Nineteenth Bartlett Memorial Lecture
P Rabbitt
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 46 (3), 385-434, 1993
2871993
Individual inconsistency across measures of inhibition: An investigation of the construct validity of inhibition in older adults
VM Shilling, A Chetwynd, PMA Rabbitt
Neuropsychologia 40 (6), 605-619, 2002
2592002
How old and young subjects monitor and control responses for accuracy and speed
P Rabbitt
British Journal of Psychology 70 (2), 305-311, 1979
2571979
Patterns of cognitive ageing
P Rabbitt, C Lowe
Psychological Research 63 (3), 308-316, 2000
2402000
Error correction time without external error signals
PMA Rabbitt
Nature 212 (5060), 438-438, 1966
2301966
There are stable individual differences in performance variability, both from moment to moment and from day to day
P Rabbitt, P Osman, B Moore, B Stollery
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 54 (4), 981-1003, 2001
2282001
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