Book Chapters

  • Ristic, J. & Enns, J.T. (2015). Attentional development: Past, present, and future. In L. Liben & U. Mueller (Eds.), Handbook of Child Psychology (7th Edition, Chapter 5, pp 158-202), Volume 2: Cognitive Processes within the Relational, Developmental System.
  • Brennan, A.A. & Enns, J.T. (2014). Visual attention and emotion: Studying influence on a two-way street. In R. Hoffman (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Applied Perception Research (pp. 175 -198).
  • Enns, J.T. & Burack, J.A. (2012). Cognitive neuroscience, development, and psychopathology: Typical and atypical trajectories of attention (Chapter 1, pp. 3-14). Oxford University Press.

  • Enns, J.T. & Liu, G. (2009). Attentional limits and freedom in visually guided action. N. Srinivasan (Ed.). Progress in Brain Research (pp. 183-194). Elsevier. [pdf]
  • Enns, J.T., Lleras, A., & Moore, C.M. (2009). Object updating: A force for perceptual continuity and scene stability in human vision. In R. Nijhawan (Ed.), Problems of space and time in perception and action (pp.503-520). Cambridge University Press. [pdf]
  • Enns, J.T., & Austen, E.L. (2007). Mental schemata and the limits of perception. In M. A. Peterson, B. Gillam, & H. A. Sedgwick (Eds.), In the Mind's Eye: Julian Hochberg on the Perception of Pictures, Film, and the World (pp. 439-447). NY: Oxford University Press.[pdf]
  • Enns, J. T., Lleras, A., & Di Lollo, V. (2006). Three aspects of visual masking are informed by reentrant modeling: object substitution, feature migration, and response priming. In B. G. Breitmeyer & H. Ogmen, The first half-second: The microgenesis and temporal dynamics of unconscious and conscious visual processes (pp. 127-147). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [pdf]
  • Trick, L. M., & Enns, J.T. (2009). A two-dimensional framework for understanding the role of attentional selection in driving. In C. Castro (Ed.), Human factors of visual and cognitive performance in driving (pp. 63-73). Taylor Francis. [doc]
  • Enns, J. T. & Trick, L. (2006). Four modes of selection. In E. Bialystok & G. Craik (Ed.), Lifespan cognition: Mechanisms of change (pp. 43-56). Oxford University Press. [pdf]
  • Enns, J. T. & Di Lollo, V. (2001). An object substitution theory of visual masking. In T. Shipley & P. Kellman (Eds.) From fragments to objects: Segmentation and grouping in vision (pp. 121-143). Advances in Psychology Series. Amsterdam: Elsevier. [pdf]
  • Enns, J. T., Visser, T., Kawahara, J., & Di Lollo, V. (2001). Visual masking and task switching in the attentional blink. In K. Shapiro (Ed.), The limits of attention: Temporal constraints on human information processing (pp. 65-81). Oxford University Press. [pdf]

  • Enns, J. T. (1999). Sensory Processes (Chapter 4) & Perception (Chapter 5). In Hilgard's introduction to Psychology (13th Ed.). NY: Harcourt Brace.
  • Enns, J. T. , Brodeur, D. A., & Trick, L. M. (1998). Selective attention over the lifespan: Behavioral measures. In J. Richards (Eds). Cognitive neuroscience of attention: A developmental perspective (pp. 393-418). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Enns, J. T., & Kingstone, A. (1997). Hemispheric coordination of spatial attention. In S. Christman (Ed.), Cerebral asymmetries in sensory and perceptuasl processes (pp. 197-231). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Burack, J. A., Enns, J. T., Stauder, J. E. A., Mottron, L., & Randolph, B. (1997). Attention and autism: Behavioral and electrophysiological evidence. In D. J. Cohen & F. R. Volkmar (Eds.), Autism and pervasive developmental disorders: A handbook (pp. 226-247). New York: Wiley and Sons.
  • Brodeur, D. A., Trick, L. M., & Enns, J. T. (1997). Selective attention over the lifespan. In J. A. Burack & J. T. Enns (Eds). Attention, development, and psychopathology: A merging of disciplines (pp. 74-94). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Enns, J. T., & Burack, J. A. (1997). Bridging disciplines. In J. A. Burack & J. T. Enns (Eds). Attention, development, and psychopathology: A merging of disciplines (pp. 3-28). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Trick, L., Enns, J. T., & Brodeur, D. A. (1996). Lifespan changes in visual enumeration: The number discrimination task. The ELITE Library (Exhibit #9739). Guildford, CT: Brown & Benchmark Publishers. [original publication Developmental Psychology, 32, 925-932].
  • Enns, J. T., & Rensink, R. A. (1992). A model for the rapid interpretation of line drawings in early vision. In D. Brogan (Ed.), Visual search II (pp. 73-89). London: Taylor & Francis.
  • Enns, J. T. (1992). Commentary on 'Structure and process in perceptual organization', R. Kimchi & M. Goldsmith. In B. Burns (Ed.), Percepts, concepts, and categories: The representation and processing of information (pp. 106-108). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Enns, J. T. (1992). The nature of selectivity in early human vision. In B. Burns (Ed.), Percepts, concepts, and categories: The representation and processing of information (pp. 39-74). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Enns, J. T. (1990). Relations among components of visual attention. In J. T. Enns (Ed.), The development of attention: Research and theory (pp. 139-158). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
  • Enns, J. T. (1990). Three-dimensional features that pop out in visual search. In D. Brogan (Ed.), Visual search (pp. 37-45). London: Taylor & Francis.