We are happy to share copies of “submitted” manuscripts. Just write to britt@uwaterloo.ca.


  • Stöttinger, E., Aichhorn, M. Anderson, B. and Danckert J. (under review) Neural correlates of proactive vs. reactive updating in a gradually morphing picture task.

  • Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A. and Anderson, B. (in press). Knowing where is different from knowing what. Distinct response time profiles and accuracy effects for target location, orientation, and color probability. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. Click here for the manuscript.

  • Jabar, S. B., Filipowicz, A. and Anderson, B. (2017). Tuned by Experience: How Orientation Probability Modulates Early Perceptual Processing. Vision Research,138, 86-96. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2017.07.008

  • Jabar, S. B., and Anderson, B. (2017) Not all probabilities are equivalent: Evidence from orientation versus spatial probability learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42, 853-867. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000354

  • Jabar, S. B., & Anderson, B. (2017). Orientation probability and spatial exogenous cuing improve perceptual precision and response speed by different mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:183. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00183


  • Filipowicz, A., Valadao, D., Anderson, B., and Danckert, J. (2016) Rejecting outliers: surprising changes do not always improve belief updating. Decision

  • Anderson, B. (2016) Attentional Effects on Phenomenological Appearance: How they change with task instructions and measurement methods. PLoSONE

  • Filipowicz, A., Anderson, B. and Danckert, J. (2016) Adapting to change: The role of the right hemisphere in mental model building and updating. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. On Line Version


  • Stöttinger, E., Filipowicz, A., Valadao, D., Culham, J.C., Goodale, M.A., Anderson, B. & Danckert, J. (2015) A Cortical Network that Marks the Moment When Conscious Respresentations are Updated. Neuropsycholgia, 79:113-122. link

  • Haskell, C.R.M. & Anderson, B. (2015) Attentional Effects on Orientation Judgements Are Dependent on Memory Consolidation Processes. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (in press) - at some point the doi will be: link

  • Jabar, S. B., & Anderson, B. (2015). Probability shapes perceptual precision: A study in orientation estimation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41, 1666-1679. https://doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000121

  • Anderson, Britt, Soliman, Sherif, O’Malley, Shannon, Danckert, James & Besner, Derek. (2015) Control over the Strength of Connections Between Modules: A Double Dissociation Between Stimulus Format and Task Revealed by Granger Causality Mapping in fMRI. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(321), doi = 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00321. pdf.

  • Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Sepahvand, Nazanin, Danckert, James, & Anderson, Britt. (2015) Assessing perceptual change with an ambiguous figures task: Normative data for 40 picture sets; Behavior Research Methods. On Line Version. The picture sets and data sets from this paper can be found here.

  • Danckert, James & Anderson, Britt. (2015) Updating representations of temporal intervals; Experimental Brain Research. Link to Pdf.

  • Valadao, Derick and Anderson, Britt and Danckert, James. (2015) Examining the influence of working memory on updating mental models; Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Link to Online Version.


  • Anderson, Britt. (2014) Probability and the changing shape of response distributions for orientation; Journal of Vision, Link to Pdf.

  • Sepahvand, Nazanin Mohammadi, Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Danckert, James, & Anderson, Britt. (2014) Sequential decisions: A computational comparison of observational and reinforcement accounts. PLoSONE. On line version.

  • Stöttinger, Elisabeth and Filipowicz, Alex and Marandi, Elahe and Quehl, Nadine and Danckert, James and Anderson, Britt. (2014) Statistical and perceptual updating: correlated impairments in right brain injury. Experimental Brain Research, Full Text On-line.

  • Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Filipowicz, Alex, Danckert, James, & Anderson, Britt. (2014) The effects of prior learned strategies on updating an opponent’s strategy in the Rock, Paper, Scissors game. Cognitive Science (2014). On-line version.

  • Anderson, Britt. Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Modelling. A Student’s Introduction to Methods and Procedures. SAGE Publishing (2014). Link to Google Books Page.


  • Alex Filipowicz, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. Learning What From Where: Effects of Spatial Regularity on Non-Spatial Sequence Learning and Updating. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2013). Link to article.

  • Albulena Shaqiri and Britt Anderson. Priming and statistical learning in right brain damaged patients. Neuropsychologia (2013), 51(13), 2526-2533. Link to article.

  • Albulena Shaqiri, Britt Anderson and James Danckert. Statistical learning as a tool for rehabilitation in spatial neglect. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience (2013), 7:224. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00224. Link to article.

  • Britt Anderson and Michael Druker. Attention improves perceptual quality. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (2013), 20:120 - 127. Link to article.

2012 and earlier

  • Albulena Shaqiri and Britt Anderson. Spatial probability cueing and right hemisphere damage. Brain and Cognition (2012), 80: 352-360. Link to article.

  • Elisabeth Stöttinger, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, Barbara Frühholz, and Guilherme Wood. Spatial Biases in number line bisection are due to a cognitive illusion of length. Experimental Brain Research, 2012, 220:147 - 152.

  • Elisabeth Stöttinger, Jürgen Pfusterschmied, Herbert Wagner, James Danckert, Britt Anderson, and Josef Perner. Getting a grip on illusions: replicating Stöttinger et al. Experimental Brain Research (2012), 216:155 - 157. Link to article.

  • James D. Danckert, Elisabeth Stöttinger, Nadine Quehl, and Britt Anderson. Right Hemisphere Brain Damage Impairs Strategy Updating. Cerebral Cortex, in press. Link to article.

  • Britt Anderson. There is no such thing as attention. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:1 – 8, 2011. Link to article.

  • Michael Druker and Britt Anderson. Spatial probability aids visual stimulus discrimination. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4:1 – 10, 2010. Link to article.