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Object co-occurrence serves as a contextual cue to guide and facilitate visual search in a natural viewing environment
SC Mack, MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 11 (9), 9-9, 2011
1022011
Rethinking human visual attention: Spatial cueing effects and optimality of decisions by honeybees, monkeys and humans
MP Eckstein, SC Mack, DB Liston, L Bogush, R Menzel, RJ Krauzlis
Vision research 85, 5-19, 2013
542013
Optimal and human eye movements to clustered low value cues to increase decision rewards during search
MP Eckstein, W Schoonveld, S Zhang, SC Mack, E Akbas
Vision research 113, 137-154, 2015
242015
Contextual cues facilitate search in real world 3-D environments
SC Mack, W Schoonveld, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 9 (8), 1215-1215, 2009
12009
Optimality and flexibility in utilizing predictive spatial cues during visual search
SC Mack
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2014
2014
Optimal search by initially looking away from the target in the presence of remote cues
SC Mack, E Akbas, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 533-533, 2013
2013
Detrimental effect of spatial cues predicted by a foveated Maximum a Posteriori eye movement model
SC Mack, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 726-726, 2012
2012
Cue Capture: When predictive cues hinder search performance
SC Mack, S Zhang, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 499-499, 2011
2011
The odd human eye movements during oddity search are not suboptimal
S Zhang, S Mack, M Eckstein
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 1322-1322, 2011
2011
Spatial cueing effects in perceptual decisions of humans, monkeys, and bees
SC Mack, DB Liston, RJ Krauzlis, L Bogusch, R Menzel, MP Eckstein
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 95-95, 2010
2010
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