David Fencsik
David Fencsik
Assistant Professor of Psychology, California State University, East Bay
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor csueastbay.edu
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Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance: Uncorking the central cognitive bottleneck
EH Schumacher, TL Seymour, JM Glass, DE Fencsik, EJ Lauber, ...
Psychological science 12 (2), 101-108, 2001
Functions of the medial frontal cortex in the processing of conflict and errors
WJ Gehring, DE Fencsik
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (23), 9430-9437, 2001
Tracking unique objects
TS Horowitz, SB Klieger, DE Fencsik, KK Yang, GA Alvarez, JM Wolfe
Perception & psychophysics 69, 172-184, 2007
Fixational eye movements are not an index of covert attention
TS Horowitz, EM Fine, DE Fencsik, S Yurgenson, JM Wolfe
Psychological science 18 (4), 356-363, 2007
The role of location and motion information in the tracking and recovery of moving objects
DE Fencsik, SB Klieger, TS Horowitz
Perception & psychophysics 69, 567-577, 2007
How do we track invisible objects?
TS Horowitz, RS Birnkrant, DE Fencsik, L Tran, JM Wolfe
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13, 516-523, 2006
Signal detection evidence for limited capacity in visual search
EM Palmer, DE Fencsik, SJ Flusberg, TS Horowitz, JM Wolfe
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73, 2413-2424, 2011
Microsaccades and attention: Does a weak correlation make an index? Reply to Laubrock, Engbert, Rolfs, and Kliegl (2007)
TS Horowitz, DE Fencsik, EM Fine, S Yurgenson, JM Wolfe
Psychological Science 18 (4), 367-368, 2007
Slamming on the brakes: An electrophysiological study of error response inhibition
WJ Gehring, D Fencsik
annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Washington, DC, 1999
Velocity cues improve visual search and multiple object tracking
DE Fencsik, J Urrea, SS Place, JM Wolfe, TS Horowitz
Visual Cognition 14 (1), 92-95, 2006
Target reacquisition strategies in multiple object tracking
DE Fencsik, TS Horowitz, SB Kliege, JM Wolf
Journal of Vision 4 (8), 370-370, 2004
Representation and processing of objects and object features in visual working memory
D Fencsik
University of Michigan, 2003
The nature of capacity limits in multiple object tracking
TS Horowitz, SS Place, MJ Van Wert, DE Fencsik
Perception 36, 9-9, 2007
Tracking invisible objects
TS Horowitz, RS Birnkrant, JM Wolfe, L Tran, DE Fencsik
Journal of Vision 4 (8), 366-366, 2004
Representation, retention and recognition information in visual working memory
DE Fencsik, TL Seymour, ST Mueller, DE Kieras, DE Meyer
Psychonomic Society 7, 69, 2002
Change detection has no foresight: Measuring advanced knowledge of changes across displays
DE Fencsik, TS Horowitz, SJ Flusberg, JM Wolfe
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 789-789, 2006
Target tracking during interruption in the multiple-object tracking task
DE Fencsik, TS Horowitz, SS Place, SB Klieger, JM Wolfe
Journal of Vision 5 (8), 28-28, 2005
Signal Detection Evidence for an Attentional Bottleneck in Spatial Configuration Visual Search
E Palmer, D Fencsik, T Horowitz, J Wolfe
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 1311-1311, 2011
Faster is not necessarily better in visual search
DE Fencsik, SS Place, JM Wolfe, TS Horowitz
Vision Sciences Society annual meeting, Sarasota, FL. May 2007, 2007
Visual search has no foresight
JM Wolfe, TS Horowitz, DE Fencsik, SJ Flusberg
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 788-788, 2006
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