Kyle R. Cave
Kyle R. Cave
Professor of Psychology, University of Massachusetts
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Guided search: an alternative to the feature integration model for visual search.
JM Wolfe, KR Cave, SL Franzel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 15 (3), 419, 1989
Modeling the role of parallel processing in visual search
KR Cave, JM Wolfe
Cognitive psychology 22 (2), 225-271, 1990
Visuospatial attention: Beyond a spotlight model
KR Cave, NP Bichot
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6 (2), 204-223, 1999
Individual differences in mental imagery ability: A computational analysis
SM Kosslyn, J Brunn, KR Cave, RW Wallach
Cognition 18 (1), 195-243, 1984
Eye movements during information processing tasks: Individual differences and cultural effects
K Rayner, X Li, CC Williams, KR Cave, AD Well
Vision research 47 (21), 2714-2726, 2007
Why are “what” and “where” processed by separate cortical visual systems? A computational investigation
JG Rueckl, KR Cave, SM Kosslyn
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 1 (2), 171-186, 1989
Spatial attention in visual search for features and feature conjunctions
MS Kim, KR Cave
Psychological Science, 376-380, 1995
The FeatureGate model of visual selection
KR Cave, MS Kim, NP Bichot, KV Sobel
The FeatureGate model of visual selection
KR Cave
Psychological research 62 (2-3), 182-194, 1999
On the segmentation of Chinese words during reading
X Li, K Rayner, KR Cave
Cognitive Psychology 58 (4), 525-552, 2009
Top-down and bottom-up attentional control: On the nature of interference from a salient distractor
MS Kim, KR Cave
Perception & Psychophysics 61 (6), 1009-1023, 1999
The psychophysical evidence for a binding problem in human vision
JM Wolfe, KR Cave
Neuron 24 (1), 11-17, 1999
Limitations on the parallel guidance of visual search: Color× Color and Orientation× Orientation conjunctions.
JM Wolfe, KP Yu, MI Stewart, AD Shorter, SR Friedman-Hill, KR Cave
Journal of experimental psychology: Human perception and performance 16 (4), 879, 1990
Spatial selection via feature-driven inhibition of distractor locations
NJ Cepeda, KR Cave, NP Bichot, MS Kim
Perception & Psychophysics 60 (5), 727-746, 1998
Costs in searching for two targets: Dividing search across target types could improve airport security screening
T Menneer, DJK Barrett, L Phillips, N Donnelly, KR Cave
Applied Cognitive Psychology 21 (7), 915-932, 2007
Flexibility in spatial attention before and after practice
KR Cave, JM Zimmerman
Psychological Science 8 (5), 399-403, 1997
Visual selection mediated by location: Feature-based selection of noncontiguous locations
NR Bichot, KR Cave, H Pashler
Perception & Psychophysics 61 (3), 403-423, 1999
Varieties of size-specific visual selection.
KR Cave, SM Kosslyn
Journal of experimental psychology: General 118 (2), 148, 1989
Can we lose memories of faces? Content specificity and awareness in a prosopagnosic
NL Etcoff, R Freeman, KR Cave
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 3 (1), 25-41, 1991
Deploying visual attention: The guided search model
JM Wolfe, KR Cave
AI and the eye, 79-103, 1990
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