Derrick G Watson
Derrick G Watson
University of Warwick, Department of Psychology, Professor
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Visual marking: prioritizing selection for new objects by top-down attentional inhibition of old objects.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Psychological review 104 (1), 90, 1997
Visual marking: Evidence for inhibition using a probe-dot detection paradigm
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Perception & psychophysics 62 (3), 471-481, 2000
Visual marking of moving objects: a role for top-down feature-based inhibition in selection.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 24 (3), 946, 1998
Separating distractor rejection and target detection in posterior parietal cortex—an event-related fMRI study of visual marking
S Pollmann, R Weidner, GW Humphreys, CNL Olivers, K Müller, ...
NeuroImage 18 (2), 310-323, 2003
Visual marking: Using time in visual selection
DG Watson, GW Humphreys, CNL Olivers
Trends in cognitive sciences 7 (4), 180-186, 2003
Can people identify original and manipulated photos of real-world scenes?
SJ Nightingale, KA Wade, DG Watson
Cognitive research: principles and implications 2 (1), 1-21, 2017
Top-down effects of semantic knowledge in visual search are modulated by cognitive but not perceptual load
E Belke, GW Humphreys, DG Watson, AS Meyer, AL Telling
Perception & Psychophysics 70 (8), 1444-1458, 2008
Fractionating the preview benefit in search: Dual-task decomposition of visual marking by timing and modality.
GW Humphreys, DG Watson, P Jolicœur
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (3), 640, 2002
Subitizing requires attention
CNL Olivers, DG Watson
Visual Cognition 16 (4), 439-462, 2008
Visual marking of locations and feature maps: Evidence from within-dimension defined conjunctions
CNL Olivers IV, DG Watson, GW Humphreys
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 52 (3), 679-715, 1999
Object recognition under sequential viewing conditions: Evidence for viewpoint-specific recognition procedures
R Lawson, GW Humphreys, DG Watson
Perception 23 (5), 595-613, 1994
The role of eye movements in subitizing and counting.
DG Watson, EA Maylor, LAM Bruce
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (6 …, 2007
Visual marking and visual change.
DG Watson, GW Humphreys
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (2), 379, 2002
State dissociation in bulimic eating disorders: An experimental study
C Hallings‐Pott, G Waller, D Watson, P Scragg
International Journal of Eating Disorders 38 (1), 37-41, 2005
Search, enumeration, and aging: eye movement requirements cause age-equivalent performance in enumeration but not in search tasks.
DG Watson, EA Maylor, LAM Bruce
Psychology and Aging 20 (2), 226, 2005
Negotiating the traffic: Can cognitive science help make autonomous vehicles a reality?
N Chater, J Misyak, D Watson, N Griffiths, A Mouzakitis
Trends in cognitive sciences 22 (2), 93-95, 2018
Input control processes in rapid serial visual presentations: Target selection and distractor inhibition.
CNL Olivers, DG Watson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (5 …, 2006
Visual marking in moving displays: Feature-based inhibition is not necessary
DG Watson
Perception & Psychophysics 63 (1), 74-84, 2001
Parieto‐occipital areas involved in efficient filtering in search: A time course analysis of visual marking using behavioural and functional imaging procedures
GW Humphreys, S Kyllingsbæk, DG Watson, CNL Olivers, I Law, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 57 (4), 610-635, 2004
Aging and visual marking: selective deficits for moving stimuli.
DG Watson, EA Maylor
Psychology and Aging 17 (2), 321, 2002
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