Steven Franconeri
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Moving and looming stimuli capture attention
SL Franconeri, DJ Simons
Perception & psychophysics 65 (7), 999-1010, 2003
6282003
How many objects can you track?: Evidence for a resource-limited attentive tracking mechanism
GA Alvarez, SL Franconeri
Journal of Vision 7 (13), 2007
4962007
Change blindness in the absence of a visual disruption
DJ Simons, SL Franconeri, RL Reimer
Perception 29 (10), 1143-1154, 2000
3352000
Flexible cognitive resources: competitive content maps for attention and memory
SL Franconeri, GA Alvarez, P Cavanagh
Trends in cognitive sciences 17 (3), 134-141, 2013
2622013
Do new objects capture attention?
SL Franconeri, A Hollingworth, DJ Simons
Psychological science 16 (4), 275-281, 2005
2432005
Tracking multiple objects is limited only by object spacing, not by speed, time, or capacity
SL Franconeri, SV Jonathan, JM Scimeca
Psychological science 21 (7), 920-925, 2010
2062010
Eye movements during emotion recognition in faces
MW Schurgin, J Nelson, S Iida, H Ohira, JY Chiao, SL Franconeri
Journal of vision 14 (13), 14-14, 2014
1592014
Ranking visualizations of correlation using weber's law
L Harrison, F Yang, S Franconeri, R Chang
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 20 (12), 1943-1952, 2014
1482014
Number estimation relies on a set of segmented objects
SL Franconeri, DK Bemis, GA Alvarez
Cognition 113 (1), 1-13, 2009
1472009
The siren song of implicit change detection.
SR Mitroff, DJ Simons, SL Franconeri
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (4), 798, 2002
1372002
How many locations can be selected at once?
SL Franconeri, GA Alvarez, JT Enns
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (5 …, 2007
1242007
Look before you regulate: differential perceptual strategies underlying expressive suppression and cognitive reappraisal.
GM Bebko, SL Franconeri, KN Ochsner, JY Chiao
Emotion 11 (4), 732, 2011
1132011
Isotype visualization: Working memory, performance, and engagement with pictographs
S Haroz, R Kosara, SL Franconeri
Proceedings of the 33rd annual ACM conference on human factors in computing …, 2015
1092015
Evidence against a speed limit in multiple-object tracking
SL Franconeri, JY Lin, JT Enns, ZW Pylyshyn, B Fisher
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (4), 802-808, 2008
972008
The dynamic events that capture visual attention: A reply to Abrams and Christ (2005)
SL Franconeri, DJ Simons
Perception & psychophysics 67 (6), 962-966, 2005
862005
When are featural and spatiotemporal properties encoded as a result of attentional allocation?
BJ Scholl, ZW Pylyshyn, SL Franconeri
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 40 (4), S797-S797, 1999
791999
Object correspondence across brief occlusion is established on the basis of both spatiotemporal and surface feature cues
A Hollingworth, SL Franconeri
Cognition 113 (2), 150-166, 2009
772009
Flexible visual processing of spatial relationships
SL Franconeri, JM Scimeca, JC Roth, SA Helseth, LE Kahn
Cognition 122 (2), 210-227, 2012
742012
Sudden insight is associated with shutting out visual inputs
C Salvi, E Bricolo, SL Franconeri, J Kounios, M Beeman
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (6), 1814-1819, 2015
732015
Searching for stimulus-driven shifts of attention
SL Franconeri, DJ Simons, JA Junge
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11 (5), 876-881, 2004
702004
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