His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Cognition, Extraversion and introversion, Stimulus and Electroencephalography. His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mismatch negativity, Auditory Physiology, Affect and Elementary cognitive task. His work carried out in the field of Cognition brings together such families of science as Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science and Educational psychology.
As a part of the same scientific study, Robert M. Stelmack usually deals with the Cognitive psychology, concentrating on Memoria and frequently concerns with Communication. The Extraversion and introversion study which covers Neuroticism that intersects with Temperament and Psychoticism. His study in the fields of Event-related potential under the domain of Electroencephalography overlaps with other disciplines such as Reticular activating system.
Robert M. Stelmack spends much of his time researching Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Extraversion and introversion, Event-related potential and Cognition. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Visual perception, Mismatch negativity, Standard stimulus and Auditory stimuli. His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Stimulus, Orienting response, Habituation and Recognition memory.
His work deals with themes such as Arousal, Neuroscience and Sensation seeking, which intersect with Extraversion and introversion. Event-related potential is the subject of his research, which falls under Electroencephalography. Robert M. Stelmack has researched Cognition in several fields, including Aptitude and Information processing.
Robert M. Stelmack mostly deals with Mismatch negativity, Developmental psychology, Event-related potential, Cognition and Stimulus. Robert M. Stelmack has included themes like Affect, Mental ability, Perception and Auditory stimuli in his Mismatch negativity study. His research in Mental ability intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Social psychology and Sensory memory.
In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Event-related potential and Latency. Cognition is closely attributed to Task analysis in his research. His Stimulus study combines topics in areas such as Lateralized readiness potential, Extraversion and introversion and Personality.
Developmental psychology, Mismatch negativity, Affect, Perception and Tone pips are his primary areas of study. His research on Developmental psychology often connects related topics like Auditory Physiology. His Auditory Physiology research incorporates themes from Visual perception and Visual Physiology.
Robert M. Stelmack has researched Tone pips in several fields, including Auditory stimuli and Attentional modulation. He incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Chronometry, Event-related potential, Stimulus, Cognition, Backward masking and Short-term memory.
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Biological bases of extraversion: psychophysiological evidence.
Robert M. Stelmack.
Journal of Personality (1990)
Galen and the humour theory of temperament
Robert M. Stelmack;Anastasios Stalikas.
Personality and Individual Differences (1991)
Event-related potentials and recognition memory for pictures and words: the effects of intentional and incidental learning.
Nancy E. Noldy;Robert M. Stelmack;Kenneth B. Campbell.
Personality, reaction time, and event-related potentials.
Robert M. Stelmack;Michael Houlihan;Patricia A. McGarry-Roberts.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1993)
Intelligence, reaction time, and event-related potentials
Patricia A. McGarry-Roberts;Robert M. Stelmack;Kenneth B. Campbell.
The effect of response execution on P3 latency, reaction time, and movement time.
Cynthia Doucet;Robert M. Stelmack.
The neuropsychology and psychophysiology of human intelligence
Philip A. Vernon;John C. Wickett;P. Gordon Bazana;Robert M. Stelmack.
Handbook of intelligence, 2004, ISBN 978-0-521-59648-0, págs. 245-266 (2000)
The effect of visual task difficulty and attentional direction on the detection of acoustic change as indexed by the Mismatch Negativity.
Alexandra Muller-Gass;Robert M. Stelmack;Kenneth B. Campbell.
Brain Research (2006)
Intelligence and the effects of perceptual processing demands, task difficulty and processing speed on P300, reaction time and movement time
Michael Houlihan;Robert Stelmack;Kenneth Campbell.
Extraversion and individual differences in auditory evoked response.
Robert M. Stelmack;Edwin Achorn;Aurelda Michaud.
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