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[66] Parmentier, F. B. R., Comesaña, M., & Soares, A. P. (2017). Disentangling the effects of word frequency and contextual diversity on serial recall performance. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70(1), 1-17. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2015.1105268

[65] Pacheco-Unguetti, A. P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2016). Happiness increases distraction by auditory deviant stimuli. British Journal of Psychology, 107(3), 419-433 doi: 10.1111/bjop.12148

[64] Leiva, A., Andrés, P., Servera, M., Verbruggen, F., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2016). The role of age, working memory and response inhibition in deviance distraction: a cross-sectional study. Developmental Psychology, 52(9), 1381-1393.

[63] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2016). Deviant sounds yield distraction irrespective of the sounds’ informational value. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42(6), 837-846. doi: 10.1037/xhp0000195

[62] Pacheco-Unguetti, A. P., Gelabert, J. M., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2016). Can auditory deviant stimuli temporarily suspend cognitive processing? Evidence from patients with anxiety. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(1), 150-160. 10.1080/17470218.2015.1031145

[61] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2015). The asymmetry and temporal dynamics of incidental letter-location bindings in working memory. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 68(3), 433-441. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2014.982137

[60] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., Elchlepp, H., & Verbruggen, F. (2015). Reorienting the mind: The impact of novel sounds on Go/No-Go performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41(5), 1197-1202. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/xhp0000111

[59] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2015). Aging increases distraction by auditory oddballs in visual, but not auditory tasks. Psychological Research, 79(3), 401-410. DOI 10.1007/s00426-014-0573-5

[58] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2015). Distraction by deviance: Comparing the effects of auditory and visual deviant stimuli on auditory and visual target processing. Experimental Psychology, 62(1), 2015, 54-65.

[57] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Kefauver, M. (2015). The semantic aftermath of distraction by deviant sounds: Crosstalk interference is mediated by the predictability of semantic congruency. Brain Research, 1626, 247-257. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2015.01.034

[56] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Beaman, C. P. (2015). Contrasting Effects of Changing Rhythm and Content on Auditory Distraction in Immediate Memory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie expérimentale, 69, 28-38.

[55] Leiva, A., Andrés, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2015). When aging does not increase distraction: Evidence from pure auditory and visual oddball tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41(6), 1612-1622.

[54] Pérez, L., Padilla, C., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2014, July 10th). The effects of chronic exercise on attentional networks. PlosONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101478

[53] Ljungberg, J., Parmentier, F. B. R., Jones, D. M., Marsja, E., & Neely, G. (2014). ‘What’s in a name?’ ‘No more than when it’s mine own’. Evidence from auditory oddball distraction. Acta Psychologica, 150, 161-166.

[52] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2014). The cognitive determinants of behavioral distraction by deviant auditory stimuli: A review. Psychological Research, 78(3), 321-338. DOI: 10.1007/s00426-013-0534-4

[51] Mayas, J., Parmentier, F.B.R., Andrés, P., & Ballesteros, S. (2014). Plasticity of Attentional Functions in Older Adults after Non-Action Video Game Training: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PLoS ONE 9(3): e92269. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092269

[50] Pacheco-Unguetti, A. P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2014). Sadness increases distraction by auditory deviant stimuli. Emotion, 14, 203-213.

[49] Parmentier, F. B. R., Turner, J., & Perez, L. (2014). A dual contribution to the involuntary semantic processing of unexpected spoken words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143, 38–45.

[48] Padilla, C., Pérez, L., Andrés, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Exercise improves cognitive control: Evidence from the Stop-Signal task. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 505-511.

[47] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Hebrero, M. (2013). Cognitive control of involuntary distraction by deviant sound. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 39, 1635-1641.

[46] Li, Parmentier, & Zhang (2013, 29 April). Behavioral distraction by auditory deviance is mediated by the sound’s informational value: Evidence from an auditory discrimination task. Experimental Psychology, 60, 260-268.

[45] Li, B., Parmentier, F. B. R., Wang, A., Hu, W., & Zhang, M. (2013). The modulation of auditory-visual deviant distraction by working memory load: Evidence from periphery visual cue with different validity. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 45, 263-275

[44] Bacon, A. M., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Barr, P. (2013). Visuospatial memory in dyslexia: Evidence of strategic deficits. Memory, 21,189-209.

[43] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). Attention capture by tactile and auditory deviance. Thule. Kungliga Skytteanska Samfundets årsbok.

[42] Ljungberg, J. K., Parmentier, F. B. R., Hughes, R. W., Macken, W. J., & Jones, D. M. (2012). Listen Out! Behavioral and subjective responses to verbal warnings. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26, 451-461.

[41] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). Cross-modal distraction by deviance: Functional similarities between the auditory and tactile modalities. Experimental Psychology, 59, 355–363.

[40] Ljungberg, J. K., Parmentier, F. B. R., Leiva, A., & Vega, N. (2012). The informational constraints of behavioral distraction by unexpected sounds: The role of event information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 38, 1461–1468.

[39] Tremblay, S., Parmentier, F. B. R., Hodgetts, H. M., Hughes, R. W., & Jones, D. M. (2012). Disruption of verbal-spatial serial memory by extraneous air-traffic speech. Journal of Applied Research in Memory & Cognition, 1, 73-79.

[38] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). The impact of intonation and valence on objective and subjective attention capture by auditory alarms. Human Factors, 54, 826-837.

[37] Li, B., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Zhang, M. (2012). The influence of event and temporal information on novelty distraction: Evidence from cross-modal and pure auditory oddball tasks. Advances in Psychological Science, 20, 815-824.

[36] Parmentier, F. B. R., Ljungberg, J. K., Elsley, J. V., & Lindkvist, M. (2011). A behavioral Study of Distraction by Vibrotactile Novelty. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37, 1134-1139.

[35] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J. V., Andrés, P., & Barceló, F. (2011). Why are auditory novels distracting? Contrasting the roles of novelty, violation of expectation and stimulus change. Cognition, 119, 374–380.

[34] Poch, C., Campo, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., Ruiz-Vargas, J. M., Elsley, J. V., Castellanos, N. P., Maestú, F., & del Pozo, F. (2010). Explicit processing of verbal and spatial features during letter-location binding modulates oscillatory activity of a fronto-parietal network. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3846-3854.

[33] Parmentier, F. B. R., Turner, J., & Elsley, J. V. (2011). Distraction by auditory novelty: The course and aftermath of novelty and semantic effects. Experimental Psychology, 58, 92-101.

[32] Poch, C., Campo,. P., Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J. V., del Pozo, F., & Maestú, F. (2010). Oscillatory activity in prefrontal cortex during implicit letter-location binding. IFMBE Proceedings, 28, 350-353.

[31] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). Exploring the determinants of memory for spatial sequences. In A. Vandierendonck & A. Smaleck (Eds.), Spatial working memory. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

[30] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2010). Psychological effects of combined noise and whole-body vibration: a review and avenues for future research. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part D: Journal of Automobile Engineering, 224(10), 1289-1302.

[29] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J. V., & Ljungberg, J. K. (2010). Behavioral distraction by auditory novelty is not only about novelty: the role of the distracter’s informational value. Cognition, 115, 504-511.

[28] Lafond, D., Tremblay, S., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2010). The ubiquitous nature of the Hebb repetition effect: Error learning mistaken for the absence of sequence learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 36, 515-522.

[27] Campo, P., Poch, C., Parmentier, F. B. R., Stephan Moratti, S., Elsley, J. V., Castellanos, N., Ruiz-Vargas, J. M., del Pozo, F., & Maestú, F. (2010). Oscillatory activity in prefrontal and posterior regions during implicit letter-location binding. Neuroimage, 49, 2807-2815.

[26] Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., & Elsley, J. V. (2010). The involuntary capture of attention by novel feature pairings: A study of voice-location integration in auditory sensory memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 279-284.

[25] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2010). The involuntary capture of attention by sound: Novelty and post-novelty distraction in young and older adults. Experimental Psychology, 57, 68-76.

[24] Maybery, M. T., Clissa, P. J., Parmentier, F. B. R., Leung, D., Harsa, G., Fox, A. M., & Jones, D. M. (2009). Binding of verbal and spatial features in auditory working memory. Journal of Memory & Language, 61, 112-133.

[23] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). Is Verbal-Spatial Binding in Working Memory Impaired by a Concurrent Memory Load? Quartely Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 1696-1705.

[22] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Towards a cognitive model of distraction by auditory novelty: The role of involuntary attention capture and semantic processing. Cognition, 109, 345-362.

[21] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Maybery, M. T. (2008). Equivalent effects of grouping by time, voice and location on response timing in verbal serial memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 34, 1349-1355.

[20] Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., Huitson, M., & Jones, D. M. (2008). The perceptual determinants of repetition learning in auditory space. Journal of Memory & Language, 58, 978-997.

[19] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elford, G., Escera, C., Andrés, P., & San Miguel, I. (2008). The cognitive locus of distraction by acoustic novelty in the cross-modal oddball task. Cognition, 106, 408-432.

[18] Andres, P., Van der Linden, M., & Parmentier F. B. R. (2007). Directed forgetting in frontal patients’ episodic recall. Neuropsychologia, 45, 1355-1362.

[17] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2006). The impact of path crossing on visuo-spatial serial memory: Encoding or rehearsal effect? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59, 1867-1874.

[16] Andrés, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Escera, C. (2006). The effect of age on involuntary capture of attention by irrelevant sounds: a test of the frontal hypothesis of aging. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2564-2568.

[15] Tremblay, S., Parmentier, F. B. R., Guérard, K., Nicholls, A. P., & Jones, D. M. (2006). A spatial modality effect in serial memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition, 32, 1208-1215.

[14] Parmentier, F. B. R., King, S., & Dennis, I. (2006). Local temporal distinctiveness does not benefit auditory verbal and spatial serial recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 458-465.

[13] Parmentier, F. B. R., Andrés, P., Elford, G., & Jones, D. M. (2006). Organisation in visuo-spatial serial memory: Interaction of temporal order with spatial and temporal grouping. Psychological Research, 70, 200-217.

[12] Hodgetts, H.M., Farmer, E.W., Joose, M., Parmentier, F., Schaefer, D., Hoogeboom, P., van Gool., M., & Jones, D.M. (2005). The effects of party line communication on flight task performance. In D. de Waard, K. Brookhuis, R. van Egmond, and T. Boersema (Eds.), Human Factors in Design, Safety, and Management, (pp. 327-338). Maastricht, Netherlands: Shaker publishing.

[11] Tremblay, S., Nicholls, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2005). Visual distraction and visuo-spatial memory: A sandwich effect. Memory, 13, 357-363.

[10] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elford, G., & Maybery, M. T. (2005). Transitional information in spatial serial memory: Path characteristics affect recall performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 31, 412-427.

[9] Andres, P., Van der Linden, M., & Parmentier F. B. R. (2004). Directed forgetting in working memory: Age related differences. Memory, 12(2), 248-256.

[8] Parmentier, F. B. R., Tremblay, S., & Jones, D. M. (2004). Exploring the suffix effect in serial visuo-spatial short-term memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11(2), 289-295.

[7] Parmentier, F.B.R., Maybery, M., & Jones, D.M. (2004). Temporal grouping in auditory spatial serial memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11(3), 501-507.

[6] Maybery, M. T., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Clissa, P. (2003). Retention of order and the binding of verbal and spatial information in short-term memory: Constraints for proceduralist accounts. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26(6), 748-748.

[5] Maybery, M. T., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2002). Grouping of list items reflected in the timing of recall: Implications for models of serial verbal memory. Journal of Memory & Language, 47, 360-385.

[4] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2001). Task alternation in complex settings: cognitive issues. In D. Harris (Ed.), Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics (Vol. 6, pp. 239-246). Hants, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

[3] Farrand, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2001) Temporal-spatial memory: Retrieval of spatial information does not reduce recency. Acta Psychologica, 106, 285-301.

[2] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2000). Functional characteristics of auditory temporal-spatial short-term memory: Evidence from serial order errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 26, 222-238.

[1] Parmentier (1996). Le développement de la sexualité et de l érotisme dans le genre humain. Cahiers d Ethologie, 16(1), 353-376.

Invited talks

[17] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2016). Understanding distraction by deviant sounds: A brief review of empirical findings. Invited talk at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Santiago de Compostela, Feb. 10th.
[16] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2014). Toward a better understanding of behavioral distraction by deviant sounds. Invited Talk at the Department of Psychology, Bournemouth University, June 4th.
[15] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). A review of recent progress in understanding behavioural distraction by deviant sounds, Invited talk at the Workshop on Attention, deviance detection and prediction in auditory perception. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 12-14 December 2013.
[14] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). Exploring the cognitive determinants of behavioral distraction by deviant sounds. Invited talk at the University of Leipzig (Germany), 10th December.
[13] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2010). ¿Existen procesos comunes entre la memoria visual y la memoria verbal? Explorando los determinantes de la memoria de secuencias espaciales. Invited talk for the MSc in Cognition and Communication. Autonoma University of Barcelona. 17th December.
[12] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2010). The involuntary capture of attention by novelty: Functional characteristics of behavioral distraction. Invited presentation. Department of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK. 9th December.
[11] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). The role of spatial transitions in visuo-spatial serial memory. Invited talk presented at the University of Ghent, Belgium, on March 27th.
[10] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). The involuntary capture of attention by irrelevant sounds : An empirical investigation of the cognitive mechanisms underpinning distraction. Invited talk presented at the University of Umeå, Sweden, on February 27th.
[9] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). Towards a cognitive understanding of distraction by auditory novelty: Distinguishing between attention capture and semantic interference. Invited talk presented at the University of Luleå, Sweden, on February 23rd.
[8] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Cross-modal attention capture: What is the cognitive locus of distraction by acoustic novelty? Invited presentation. School of Psychology, University of Hull, UK (May 1st).
[7] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Repetition learning in auditory space: perception, memory and entropy. ESRC Workshop on Links between Long-term Memory and Immediate Memory. University of Lancaster, 9-10 April.
[6] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2007). How do we remember spatial sequences: New answers to an old question. Invited presentation. Department of Psychology, University of Reading, 1st March.
[5] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2006). Memory for spatial sequences: An overview of recent advances and their implication for our understanding of order processing. Invited presentation. Department of Psychology, University of Leeds, 6th December.
[4] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2006). Exploring the determinants of spatial serial memory. Invited presentation. Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol, 8th February.
[3] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). Order memory across stimuli domains: Is order independent of temporal intervals. Talk presented at the Workshop on time and short-term memory, Bristol (UK), 3-4 November.
[2] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). Exploring determinants of memory for visuo-spatial sequences. Invited presentation. University of London, Goldsmith College, 23rd February.
[1] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2004). Exploring serial memory for spatial locations. Invited presentation. University of Exeter, 2nd March.

Conference talks

[46] Parmentier. F. B. R. (2016). Deviant sounds yield distraction irrespective of the sounds' informational value. 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, 17-21 November.
[45] Parmentier, F. B. R., Comesaña, M., & Soares, A. P. (2015). The effects of contextual diversity and word frequency on serial recall performance. Paper presented at the XII International Symposium of Psycholinguistics, Valencia, 1-4 July.
[44] Pacheco-Unguetti, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2014). Induced negative and positive moods increase distraction by auditory deviance. VIII Symposium of the Association of Motivation and Emotion. Granada, 15-17 May.
[43] Leiva, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). The age-related increase in distraction by deviant sounds: Specific to the cross-modal task? , Workshop on Attention, deviance detection and prediction in auditory perception. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 12-14 December 2013.
[42] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Distraction by tactile and auditory deviance: Functional similarities and shared a-modal processes. 13th European Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, 9-12 July.
[41] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2013). Novelty distraction and post-error slowing as manifestations of surprise-related slowing. 18th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Budapest, August 29-September 1.
[40] Ballesteros, S., Mayas, J., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andrés, P. (2013). Can brain training with videogames improve attentional functions in older adults? Paper presented at the 20th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Seoul, 23-27 June.
[39] Padilla, C., Pérez, L., Andrés, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). Physical activity and cognitive control: Exercise improves strategic inhibition. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, 29-31 August, Glasgow.
[38] Elsley, J. V., Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., & Udale, R. (2012). Investigating the role of spatial location in surface-feature binding: The retrieval of features and objects as a function of spatial proximity. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, 29-31 August, Glasgow.
[37] Elsley, J. V., Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., & Udale R. C. (2011). Exploring binding in working memory: Feature retrieval as a function of object proximity. Talk presented at the 28th Annual BPS Cognitive Section Conference: Keele, 6 - 8 September.
[36] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). The role of attention during visuo-spatial feature binding in working memory. Talk presented at the 5th International Conference on Memory: York, 31 July - 5 August.
[35] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2010). Exploring the role of attention in feature binding in working memory. Talk presented at the 27th Annual BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Conference: Cardiff, 6-8 September.
[34] Poch, C., Campo, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J., Pozo, F., & Ruiz-Vargas, J. M. (2010). Oscillatory activity during the maintenance of verbal-spatial bound representations. First International Congress EPS and SEPEX, Granada, 15-17 Aril.
[33] Parmentier, F. B. R., Turner, J., & Elsley, J. V. (2009). Cross-modal distraction by auditory oddball stimuli: The course and aftermath of novelty and semantic effects. Talk presented at the Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, November 20th.
[32] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J.V., & Ljungberg, J.K.(2009). The involuntary capture of attention by novel sounds: Is it really about novelty? Talk presented at the Auditory Perception, Cognition and Action Metting, Boston, November 19th.
[31] Bacon, A. M., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). Dyslexia and Visual-Spatial Memory. Talk presented at the BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference: Hatfield. 1-3 September.
[30] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2009). The involuntary capture of attention by auditory novelty: Auditory oddballs are semantically analyzed. Talk presented at the 7a Reunión Cientifica Sobre Atención (RECA), University of Granada, Spain, April 23rd.
[29] Andrés, P., Packwood, S., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Barcelo, F. (2009). Sensitivity of stroop interference and switch costs to individual differences in working memory capacity. Talk presented at the Reunión Cientifica sobre Atención, Granada (Spain), 23-25 April.
[28] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). The role of attention for verbal-spatial binding in working memory. 49th Annual meeting of the Psychonomics Society.Chicago, 13-16 November.
[27] Elsley, J. V., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Asymmetry in the binding of verbal and spatial information in working memory. International Congress of Psychology. Berlin, 20-25 July
[26] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Verbal-Spatial Binding in Working Memory and the Role of Attention. Talk presented at the XXV Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section. September 7-10, Southampton, UK.
[25] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2007). The role of attention in the binding of shapes and locations in working memory. Talk presented at 24th Annual meeting of the BPS Cognitive Section, Aberdeen, 20-22 August.
[24] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andres, P. (2006). Exploring the locus of the path crossing effect in visuo-spatial serial recall. Talk presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, September 6th-8th. Lancaster, UK.
[23] Parmentier, F. B. R., San Miguel, I., & Escera, C. (2006). The cognitive locus of cross-modal distraction of attention. Talk presented at the MMN2006 conference, Cambridge, 22-26 April.
[22] San Miguel, I., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Escera, C. (2006). Locus cognitivo de la distracción cross-modal. II Reunión de la Red Temática de Neurociencia Cognitiva - I Workshop sobre Tratamiento de Señales Multicanal. Madrid, 14-15 July.
[21] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). Feature binding in visuo-spatial short-term memory: An asymmetry in association between the encoding of shape and location. Talk presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, August 31st-September 3rd. Leeds, UK.
[20] Tremblay, S., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Saint-Aubin, J. (2005). Functional similarities and dissimilarities between verbal and spatial information in memory for serial order. Talk presented at the 15th Annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science, Montreal, 4-7 July.
[19] Burghardt, K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). The importance of pre-existing long-term memory representations in directed forgetting. Talk presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, August 31st-September 3rd. Leeds, UK.
[18] Chamberland, C., Guérard, K., Parmentier, F. B. R., Rousseau, R. & Tremblay, S. (2005). Alternating between verbal and spatial memory tasks: Costs and benefits. Talk presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Toronto, 10-13 November.
[17] Parmentier, F. B. R., Elford, G., & Jones, D. M. (2004). Configural determinants of visuo-spatial serial memory performance. Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, 18-21 November, 2004, Minneapolis, U.S.A.
[16] Tremblay, S., Saint-Aubin, J., Parmentier, F. B. R., Jones, D. M. (2004). Functional similarities between verbal and spatial information in short-term memory. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Psychology, August 8-13, Beijing, China.
[15] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Elford, G. (2004). Visuo-spatial serial memory: Characteristics of sequences mediate recall performance. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, September 6-8, 2004, Leeds, UK.
[14] Hodgetts, H., Farmer, E., Joose, M., Parmentier, F. B. R., Schaeffer, D., Hoogeboom, P., van Gool, M., & Jones, D. M. (2004). The effects of party line communication on flight task performance. Paper presented at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society European Conference, Delft, The Netherlands, 27-29 October 2004.
[13] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andres, P. (2003). Switch cost asymmetry: Manipulation of task dominance. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, 3-5 September, Reading, U.K.
[12] Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., & Jones, D. M. (2002). Sound is spatial: Impact on serial memory performance. Paper presented at the Australasian Cognitive Science Society Meeting, April 3-5, 2002, Perth, Western Australia.
[11] Andres, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2002). Control processes in memory: The effect of crosstalk interference when switching between verbal and spatial serial memory tasks. Paper presented at the Australasian Cognitive Science Society Meeting, April 3-5, 2002, Perth, Western Australia.
[10] Maybery, M. T., Chuah, L., Ford, K., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2002). Dissociations and associations in the retention of verbal and spatial sequences: Implications for models of short-term/working memory. Paper presented at the Australasian Cognitive Science Society Meeting, April 3-5, 2002, Perth, Western Australia.
[9] Andres, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2001). Benefits of task switching between short-term memory tasks. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Memory. Valencia, Spain, July 16th-20th.
[8] Parmentier, F. B. R., Maybery, M. T., Ng, H., & Jones, D. M. (2001). Temporal grouping of verbal information: When RT and error patterns question oscillator models. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Memory. Valencia, Spain, July 16th-20th.
[7] Parmentier, F. B. R., Andres, P., & Jones, D.M. (2001). Alternating between memory tasks: The benefits of switching between verbal and spatial tasks. Proceedings of the British Psychological Society, 9, 122.
[6] Parmentier, F. B. R., Andres, P., & Jones, D.M. (2000). Alternating between memory tasks: The benefits of switching between verbal and spatial tasks. Paper presented at the XVII Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section. Colchester, Essex, 6-8 September.
[5] Parmentier, F. B. R., Andres, P., Jones, D.M., & Macken, W.J. (2000). Task alternation in complex settings: Cognitive issues. Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Edinburgh, October 25-27.
[4] Maybery, M. T., Ford, K., Huitson, M., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (2001). The influence of changing-state irrelevant speech on the recognition of verbal and spatial sequences: Divided one stands. United both fall. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Memory. Valencia, Spain, July 16th-20th.
[3] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (1998). Auditory spatial serial STM: Some functional characteristics. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Psychological Society, Leuven, 8 May.
[2] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (1997). Functional characteristics of auditory serial spatial memory. Workshop on Spatial Memory, Rome, 18-19 September.
[1] Parmentier, F. B. R. (1996). The interference of articulatory suppression on spatial serial short-term memory. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Student Conference, Welsh Branch of the British Psychological Society. Cardiff, U.K. (27 April).

Conference posters

[58] Leiva, A., Andrés, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2017). Deviance distraction, working memory capacity (WMC) and response inhibition: a cross-sectional study. Poster presented at the 4th International Conference on Aging & Cognition, Zurich, April 20-22.
[57] Elsley, J. V., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ferneyhough, S. (2015). Binding asymmetry in working memory: An investigation of the role of spatial location and feature distinctiveness. Poster presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, USA, 19-22 November.
[56] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2015). Distraction and facilitation - Emotional sounds affect performance in a smiley oddball task. Poster presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, USA, 19-22 November.
[55] Parmentier, F. B. R., Pacheco-Unguetti, A. P., & Valero, S. (2015). Effect of physiological relevance on distraction by deviant sounds: Unexpected food words distract hungry participants. Poster presented at the 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos (Cyprus), 17-20 September.
[54] Parmentier, F. B. R., Comesa?a, M., & Soares, A. P. (2015). Disentangling the effects of word frequency and contextual diversity on serial recall performance. Poster presented at the 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos (Cyprus), 17-20 September.
[53] Ljungberg, K. J., Parmentier, F. B. R., Marsja, E., Jones, D., & Neely, G. (2014). When your name is just another word: Self-referential auditory stimulus no more distracting than other names and words in a cross-modal oddball task. Poster presented at the SweCog meeting in Lund, September (11-12).
[52] Ljungberg. J. K.., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Marsja, E., & Jones, D. M. (2014). Any Tom, Dick, or Harry will do: Hearing one?s own name distracts no more than any other in a cross-modal oddball task. Poster presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, November 20-23, Long Beach, USA
[51] Marsja, E., Neely, G., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ljungberg, J. K. (2014). Deviance distraction is contingent on stimuli being presented within the same modality. Poster presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, November 20-23, Long Beach, USA.
[50] Ljungberg, J., Parmentier, F. B. R., Marsja, E., Neely, G., & Jones, D. M. (2014). Any Tom, Dick, or Harry will do: Hearing one's own name distracts no more than any other in a cross-modal oddball task. Meeting of the Experimental Psychological Society, London, 9-10 January.
[49] Marsja, E., Neely, G., Parmentier, F. B. R., Ljungberg, J. K. (2014). Deviant sounds does not capture attention when presented among, and simultaneous as, standard vibration. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Auditory Perception, Cognition and Action Meeting, November 20th, Long Beach, USA.
[48] Leiva, A. & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). No age-related increase of distraction in an auditory oddball task. Workshop on Attention, deviance detection and prediction in auditory perception. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 12-14 December 2013.
[47] Pacheco-Unguetti, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Induced negative and positive affect increase deviance distraction. Workshop on Attention, deviance detection and prediction in auditory perception. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 12-14 December 2013.
[46] Pacheco-Unguetti, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). The effect of positive and negative mood states on deviance distraction. Poster presenter at the 34th Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society, Faro, 1-3 July.
[45] Marsja, E., Neely, G., Parmentier, F.B.R., & Ljungberg, J.K., (2013). Maintenance of the distractive effect of deviating vibrotactile stimuli in a cross-modal oddball paradigm. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the International Society of Psychophysics, 21-25 October, Freiburg, Germany.
[44] Pacheco-Unguetti, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Gelabert, J. M. (2013). Anxiety disorders increase distraction by auditory deviant sounds. Poster presenter at the 34th Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society, Faro, 1-3 July.
[43] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2013). Behavioral distraction by deviant stimuli: modality-specific effects. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, 23-26 May.
[42] Pacheco-Unguetti, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Sadness amplifies distraction by auditory deviant sounds. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, 23-26 May.
[41] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2013). Novelty distraction and post-error slowing as manifestations of surprise-related slowing. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, 23-26 May.
[40] P?rez, L., Padilla, C., Andr?s, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Attentional networks' modulation by exercise: Evidence from the ANT task. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, 23-26 May.
[39] Hebrero, M., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Cognitive control of involuntary distraction by deviant sounds. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[38] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2013). The age-related increase in distraction by deviant sounds is specific to the cross-modal involuntary orienting of attention. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[37] Pacheco-Unguetti, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). The effect of positive and negative mood states on deviance distraction. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[36] Pacheco-Unguetti, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Sadness amplifies distraction by auditory deviant sounds. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[35] Padilla, C., P?rez, L., Andr?s, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Exercise improves cognitive control: evidence from the stop signal task. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[34] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2013). Novelty distraction and post-error slowing as manifestations of surprise-related slowing. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Malorca, 8-10 May.
[33] P?rez, L., Padilla, C., Andr?s, P., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2013). Attentional networks?is modulation by exercise: Evidence from the ANT task. Poster presenter at the Scientific Meeting on Attention, Palma de Mallorca, 8-10 May.
[32] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2013). Deviance distraction: contrasting auditory and visual oddball tasks in young and older adults. Poster presented at the International Conference on Aging & Cognition, Dortmund, 25-27 April.
[31] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2012). Functional similarities of behavioral distraction by tactile and auditory deviance: modality-specific and shared modal processes. Poster presented at the 1st joint meeting of the Spanish Experimental Psychology Society (SEPEX) and the Belgian Psychological Association (BAPS). Li?ge (Belgium), 10-11 May.
[30] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2012). Distraction by deviant stimuli: Contrasting the sensory modality of distractors and targets. Poster presented at the Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society, 11-13 July, Bristol.
[29] Leiva, A., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2012). Distraction by deviant stimuli: Contrasting the sensory modality of distractors and targets. Poster presented at the ERNI-HSF Science Meeting, Orienting of attention: Neural implementation, underlying mechanisms and clinical implications, 2-3 November, T?bingen.
[28] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ljungberg, J. K. (2011). Behavioral distraction by oddball vibro-tactile and auditory deviants: Functional similarities. Poster presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, USA, 3-6 November.

[27] Ljungberg, J. K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). Distraction by auditory deviants: Not knowing when is more distracting than not knowing if. Poster presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, USA, 3-6 November.
[26] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ljungberg, J. K. (2011). Distraction by vibro-tactile and auditory novel stimuli. Poster presented at the Xith International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 25-29 September.

[25] Leiva, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). The behavioral impact of auditory and visual oddball distracters in a visual and auditory categorization tasks. Poster presented at the Xith International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 25-29 September.

[24] Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). Distraction by auditory novelty is not about novelty. Poster presented at the 8th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention, Seville, 15-17 June.

[23] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ljungberg, J. K. (2011). Distraction by oddball vibro-tactile and auditory irrelevant stimuli: Functional similarities. Poster presented at the 8th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention, Seville, 15-17 June.

[22] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Ljungberg, J. K., & Leiva, A. (2011). The informational constraints of behavioral distraction by auditory novelty: Comparing the roles of event and temporal information. Poster presented at the 8th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention, Seville, 15-17 June.

[21] Leiva, A., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2011). The involuntary capture of attention by unexpected stimuli: Auditory, not visual, oddball distracters disrupt visual and auditory categorization. Poster presented at the 8th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention, Seville, 15-17 June.

[20] Campo, P., Poch, C., Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J. V., Ruiz-Vargas, J. M., Pozo, F., Maestu, F. (2010). Theta and gamma oscillations in prefrontal cortex differentiate intentional from incidental letter-location binding. Poster presented at the 17th International Conference on Biomagnetism. Dubrovnick, Croatia, March 28th-April 1st.
[19] Poch, C., Campo, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., Elsley, J. V., Pozo, F., & Ruiz-Vargas, J. M. (2010). Oscillatory activity in prefrontal cortex during implicit letter-location binding. Poster presented at the 17th International Conference on Biomagnetism. Dubrovnick, Croatia, March 28th-Aprilt.
[18] Ljungberg, J. K., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Elsley, J. (2009). An empirical investigation of the capture of attention by urgent and non-urgent alarms. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Boston, November.
[17] Ljungberg, J. K., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Elsley, J. (2009). Attention captured - What constitutes a good alarm? Poster presented at the Auditory Perception, Cognition and Action Meeting, Boston, November 19th.
[16] Poch, C., Campo, P., Parmentier, F., Castellanos, N., Pozo, F., Ortiz N., Maest?, F. (2009). Gamma oscillatory activitiy in prefrontal cortex related to retention of implicit cross-modal binding. Poster presented at the IV Workshop on the advances in the study of cerebral, Barcelona (Spain), 9-10 July.
[15] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andr?s, P. (2009). The involuntary capture of attention by auditory novelty in the absence of a novel: Novelty and post-novelty distraction. Poster presented at the 7th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention (RECA), Granada, Spain, April 23-25.
[14] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Elsley, J. (2009). The role of attention in the binding of verbal and spatial information within working memory. Poster presented at the 7th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention (RECA), Granada, Spain, April 23-25.
[13] Adrover-Roig, D., Andr?s, P., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Barcelo, F. (2009). Age and cognitive control modulate slow brain potentials during task switching. Poster presented at the 7th Biannual Scientific Meeting on Attention, Granada (Spain), 23-25 April.
[12] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). Asymmetry in the binding of verbal and spatial information in working memory. Poster presented at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, July 20-25th, Berlin, Germany.
[11] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2008). The role of attention for verbal-spatial binding in working memory. Poster presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 13-16 November, Chicago, USA.
[10] San Miguel, I., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Escera, C. (2006). Locus cognitivo de la distracci?n cross-modal. Poster presented at the II Reuni?n de la Red Tem?tica de Neurociencia Cognitiva - I Workshop sobre Tratamiento de Se?ales Multicanal. Madrid, 14-15 July.
[9] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). Feature Binding Within Visuo-Spatial Short-Term Memory: Asymmetry Between Shape & Location Encoding. Poster presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Toronto, 10-13 November.
[8] Burghardt, K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2005). Long Term Memory: Mediator of the Intrusion Cost. Poster presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Toronto, 10-13 November.
[7] Elsley, J., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2004). Visual-spatial binding in short-term memory. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, September 6-8, 2004, Leeds, UK.
[6] Burghardt, K., & Parmentier, F. B. R. (2004). Inhibition in spatial memory. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, September 6-8, 2004, Leeds, UK.
[5] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Andres, P. (2003). Switch cost asymmetry: Effect of task dominance manipulations. Poster presented at the 13th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, 17-20 September, Granada, Spain.
[4] Tremblay, S., Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D.M. (2000). Recency and suffix effects in visuo-spatial serial memory. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Psychological Society Cognitive Psychology Section. Colchester, Essex, 6-8 September.
[3] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (1998). Functional characteristics of serial spatial auditory STM: The effect of a retention interval and interfering tasks. Poster presented at the Quebec 98 Conference on Short-Term Memory, Quebec, 4-7 June.
[2] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (1997). Serial auditory spatial short-term memory: Functional characteristics. Poster presented at the XIV Annual Conference of the British Psychological Cognitive Society Conference, Bristol, 4-6 September 1997.
[1] Parmentier, F. B. R., & Jones, D. M. (1996). The interference of Articulatory Suppression on Spatial Serial Recall: Comparing Encoding and Retention Periods. Poster presented at the Second International Conference on Memory, Abano-Terme, Italy, 14-19 July 1996.