Stephen Heinen

Affiliations: 
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, San Francisco, CA, United States 
Area:
smooth pursuit eye movements, decision making
Website:
http://www.ski.org/SJHeinen_lab/
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Chandna A, Badler J, Singh D, et al. (2021) A covered eye fails to follow an object moving in depth. Scientific Reports. 11: 10983
Badler JB, Watamaniuk SNJ, Heinen SJ. (2019) A common mechanism modulates saccade timing during pursuit and fixation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Heinen S, Watamaniuk SN, Candy TR, et al. (2019) A covered eye does not always follow objects moving smoothly in depth Journal of Vision. 19: 304a
Watamaniuk S, Badler JB, Heinen SJ. (2019) Saccade adaptation alters smooth pursuit velocity of small, but not large objects Journal of Vision. 19: 252b
Ma Z, Wu J, Zhong S, et al. (2019) Human Eye Movements Reveal Video Frame Importance Computer. 52: 48-57
Heinen SJ, Badler JB, Watamaniuk SNJ. (2018) Choosing a foveal goal recruits the saccadic system during smooth pursuit. Journal of Neurophysiology
Heinen S, Badler J, Watamaniuk S. (2018) Pursuing an imaginary foveal stimulus increases catch-up saccades Journal of Vision. 18: 377
Ayres D, Heinen S, Watamaniuk S. (2018) An oculomotor contribution to the attentional blink Journal of Vision. 18: 1195
Watamaniuk S, Badler J, Heinen S. (2018) Fixating an imaginary foveal stimulus increases microsaccades Journal of Vision. 18: 1011
Ma Z, Watamaniuk SNJ, Heinen SJ. (2017) Illusory motion reveals velocity matching, not foveation, drives smooth pursuit of large objects. Journal of Vision. 17: 20
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