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  • Madsen, Adrian; Rouinfar, Amy; Larson, Adam M.; Loschky, Lester C.; Rebello, N. Sanjay (2013)
    We investigate the effects of visual cueing on students’ eye movements and reasoning on introductory physics problems with diagrams. Participants in our study were randomly assigned to either the cued or noncued conditions, ...
  • Madsen, Adrian M.; Larson, Adam M.; Loschky, Lester C.; Rebello, N. Sanjay (2012)
    This study investigated how visual attention differed between those who correctly versus incorrectly answered introductory physics problems. We recorded eye movements of 24 individuals on six different conceptual physics ...
  • Reingold, Eyal M.; Loschky, Lester C.; McConkie, George W.; Stampe, David M. (2003)
    Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays (GCMRDs) place high-resolution information only in the area to which the user’s gaze is directed. This portion of the display is referred to as the area of interest (AOI). Image ...
  • Carmichael, Adrian; Larson, Adam; Gire, Elizabeth; Loschky, Lester C.; Rebello, N. Sanjay (2011)
    Eye movement data has been shown to enhance our understanding of student's problem solving behaviors in physics and also help us identify differences between novices and experts. In this study we compare the eye movement ...
  • Loschky, Lester C.; Wolverton, Gary S. (ACM, 2007)
    This study investigated perceptual disruptions in gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays (GCMRDs) due to delays in updating the center of highest resolution after an eye movement. GCMRDs can be used to save processing ...
  • Loschky, Lester C.; Sethi, Amit; Simons, Daniel J.; Pydimarri, Tejaswi N.; Ochs, Daniel; Corbeille, Jeremy L. (2007)
    People can recognize the meaning or gist of a scene from a single glance, and a few recent studies have begun to examine the sorts of information that contribute to scene gist recognition. We used visual masking coupled ...
  • Loschky, Lester C.; McConkie, George W.; Yang, Jian; Miller, Michael E. (2005)
    We examined the limits of visual resolution in natural scene viewing, using a gaze-contingent multi-resolutional display having a gaze-centered area-of-interest and decreasing resolution with eccentricity. Twelve participants ...
  • Loschky, Lester C.; Hansen, Bruce C.; Sethi, Amit; Pydimarri, Tejaswi N. (2010)
    In the present article, we investigated whether higher order image statistics, which are known to be carried by the Fourier phase spectrum, are sufficient to affect scene gist recognition. In Experiment 1, we compared the ...
  • Kirkpatrick, Kimberly; Bilton, Tannis; Hansen, Bruce C.; Loschky, Lester C. (2014)
    Scene gist categorization in humans is rapid, accurate, and tuned to the fundamental statistical regularities in the visual world. However, no studies have investigated whether scene gist categorization is a general process ...