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Calen Walshe
Calen Walshe
Center for Perceptual Systems, UTexas
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Extremely selective attention: eye-tracking studies of the dynamic allocation of attention to stimulus features in categorization.
MR Blair, MR Watson, RC Walshe, F Maj
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (5), 1196, 2009
1792009
Atari-HEAD: Atari Human Eye-Tracking and Demonstration Dataset
R Zhang, RC Walshe, Z Liu, L Guan, KS Muller, JA Writner, L Zhang, ...
Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence …, 2020
652020
Asymmetrical control of fixation durations in scene viewing
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Vision Research 100, 38-46, 2014
392014
Learning-induced changes in attentional allocation during categorization: A sizable catalog of attention change as measured by eye movements
CM McColeman, JI Barnes, L Chen, KM Meier, RC Walshe, MR Blair
PloS one 9 (1), e83302, 2014
292014
Mechanisms of saccadic decision making while encoding naturalistic scenes
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Journal of Vision 15 (5), 21-21, 2015
172015
An Experimental Study of the Grammatical Status of caki in Korean
C Han, DR Storoshenko, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the 19th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, 2010
122010
Programming of saccades to double-step targets in scene viewing: A test of assumptions present in the CRISP model
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Proceedings of the 35rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2013
62013
A computational dual-process model of fixation duration control in natural scene viewing
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Computational Brain & Behavior, 2021
52021
Efficient Allocation of Attentional Sensitivity Gain in Visual Cortex Reduces Foveal Sensitivity in Visual Search
RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Current Biology 32, 1-11, 2022
42022
A dynamic neural field model of self-regulated eye movements during category learning.
JI Barnes, MR Blair, PF Tupper, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2015
42015
Rethinking the role of error in attentional learning
M Blair, C Walshe, J Barnes, L Chen
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
42011
Detection of Occluding Targets in Natural Backgrounds
RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Journal of Vision 20 (13), 1-20, 2020
32020
A new method to compute classification error
A Das, RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Journal of vision 19 (10), 87-87, 2019
32019
RLAttn: An actor-critic model of eye movements during category learning
JI Barnes, C McColeman, E Stepanova, MR Blair, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
32014
LAG-1: A dynamic, integrative model of learning, attention, and gaze
J Barnes, MR Blair, RC Walshe, PF Tupper
PLOS ONE, 2021
12021
Ideal observer for detection of occluding targets in natural scenes in the fovea and periphery.
RC Walshe, S Sebastian, W Geisler
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 629-629, 2018
12018
Operation of eye-movement control mechanisms during the perception of naturalistic scenes.
RC Walshe
The University of Edinburgh, 2016
12016
The impact of scene luminance levels on fixation durations: An examination based on simulations using the CRISP model
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Perception 43, 144-144, 2014
12014
Retinal Task Detection and Image Perception using End-to-end Deep Neural Network (DNN) based Algorithms
J Xing, C Walshe, M Zhang, EA Rossi, CK Sheehy
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 63 (7), 735–F0463-735–F0463, 2022
2022
Quantifying Subclinical Square Wave Jerks (SWJs) in Multiple Sclerosis (MS).(P8-4.001)
LP Ibarra, C Sheehy, C Walshe, A Green, SC Montes, D Bennett
Neurology 98 (18_supplement), 3626, 2022
2022
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