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Attention scales according to inferred real-world object size
AJ Collegio, JC Nah, PS Scotti, S Shomstein
Nature human behaviour 3 (1), 40-47, 2019
122019
The relative contribution of high-level (semantic) and low-level (boundary) information to object-based attentional guidance
P Scotti, A Collegio, S Shomstein
PsyArXiv, 2019
22019
The Flux Capacitor account: A new account of multiple target visual search errors
S Adamo, J Nah, A Collegio, P Scotti, S Shomstein
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 639-639, 2018
12018
Target identity uncertainty and the stages of object-based attention: A prioritization account
A Collegio, S Kakpovi, A Whitman, S Shomstein
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 1066-1066, 2014
12014
Neural Correlates of Perceptual Grouping Under Conditions of Inattention and Divided Attention
TA Carther-Krone, JM Lawrence-Dewar, S Shomstein, JC Nah, ...
Perception 49 (5), 495-514, 2020
2020
Object-based attention is resilient to low-level (boundary) or high-level (semantic) disturbances, but not both
PS Scotti, A Collegio, S Shomstein
2019
effects of semantic information on task-irrelevant attentional processing
ER Robbins, AJ Collegio, JC Nah, D Dubbelde, S Shomstein
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 47-47, 2019
2019
Perception With and Without Attention: Neural Correlates of Grouping by Similarity in Preattention and Divided-Attention Conditions
TA Carther-Krone, J Lawrence-Dewar, AJ Collegio, JC Nah, S Shomstein, ...
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 151-151, 2019
2019
What & When: How Objects and Uncertainty Constrain Visual Attention
A Collegio
The George Washington University, 2018
2018
Real-World Object Size Affects Attentional Allocation
A Collegio, J Nah, P Scotti, S Shomstein
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1339-1339, 2017
2017
Does Orientation Matter? The Effects of Target Orientation in Multiple Target Visual Search
S Adamo, J Nah, A Collegio, P Scotti, S Shomstein
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 79-79, 2017
2017
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