David E. Irwin

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
"David Irwin"
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Laura Carlson grad student UIUC
Robert D. Gordon grad student UIUC
Brendon Hsieh grad student UIUC
Lester C. Loschky grad student UIUC
Laura Thomas grad student UIUC
James R. Brockmole grad student 1999-2003 UIUC
James S. Higgins grad student 2005-2010 UIUC
Deborah A. Cronin grad student 2012-2018 UIUC
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Robinson MM, Benjamin AS, Irwin DE. (2020) Is there a K in capacity? Assessing the structure of visual short-term memory. Cognitive Psychology. 121: 101305
Robinson MM, Irwin DE. (2019) Are there two visual short-term memory stores? A state-trace analysis Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 90: 23-30
Cronin DA, Irwin DE. (2018) Visual working memory supports perceptual stability across saccadic eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Robinson MM, Clevenger J, Irwin DE. (2017) The action is in the task set, not in the action. Cognitive Psychology. 100: 17-42
Irwin DE, Robinson MM. (2017) How Post-Saccadic Target Blanking Affects the Detection of Stimulus Displacements Across Saccades. Vision Research
Robinson MM, Irwin DE. (2017) Conscious error perception: The impact of response interference from a secondary task. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Irwin DE, Robinson MM. (2016) Perceiving a Continuous Visual World Across Voluntary Eye Blinks. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Atsma J, Maij F, Koppen M, et al. (2016) Causal Inference for Spatial Constancy across Saccades. Plos Computational Biology. 12: e1004766
Robinson MM, Irwin DE. (2016) Shifts of attention bias awareness of voluntary and reflexive eye movements. Experimental Brain Research
Irwin DE, Robinson MM. (2015) Detection of Stimulus Displacements Across Saccades is Capacity-Limited and Biased in Favor of the Saccade Target. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 9: 161
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