Browsing Psychology Faculty Research, Publications, and Presentations by Subject "Scene perception"

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Browsing Psychology Faculty Research, Publications, and Presentations by Subject "Scene perception"

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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...