Dorion Liston

NASA Ames, Mountain View, CA, United States 
"Dorion Liston"
Mean distance: 14.17 (cluster 29)


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Richard J. Krauzlis grad student 2005 UCSD
 (Target selection for voluntary eye movements.)
Leland S. Stone post-doc NASA Ames


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Angelica Godinez grad student 2010-2014 San Jose State
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Chen R, Liston D, Li L. (2017) Both visual tracking and manual control performance predict infield batting accuracy in professional baseball players Journal of Vision. 17: 812
Liston DB, Wong LR, Stone LS. (2016) Oculometric Assessment of Sensorimotor Impairment Associated with TBI. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry
Liston DB, Simpson S, Wong LR, et al. (2016) Design and validation of a simple eye-tracking system Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium (Etra). 14: 221-224
Liston D, Stone L. (2015) Signal-Detection Analysis of Neural Impairment using Oculomotor Assessment. Journal of Vision. 15: 215
Liston DB, Stone LS. (2014) Oculometric assessment of dynamic visual processing. Journal of Vision. 14: 12
Godinez A, Liston DB, Ayzenberg R, et al. (2014) G-loading and vibration effects on heart and respiration rates. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 85: 949-53
Liston DB, Adelstein BD, Stone LS. (2014) Onset of positional vertigo during exposure to combined G loading and chest-to-spine vibration. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 85: 183-6
Liston D, Stone L. (2014) Oculometric assessment of visual motion processing Journal of Vision. 14: 640-640
Liston DB, Stone LS. (2013) Saccadic brightness decisions do not use a difference model. Journal of Vision. 13
Eckstein MP, Mack SC, Liston DB, et al. (2013) Rethinking human visual attention: spatial cueing effects and optimality of decisions by honeybees, monkeys and humans. Vision Research. 85: 5-19
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