Jiye Shen, Ph.D.

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2002 University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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Experimental Psychology
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Eyal Reingold grad student 2002 University of Toronto
 (Guidance of eye movements during conjunctive visual search: The distractor -ratio effect.)
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Shen J, Elahipanah A, Reingold EM. (2007) Effects of context and instruction on the guidance of eye movements during a conjunctive visual search task Eye Movements. 597-615
Ryan JD, Shen J, Reingold EM. (2006) Modulation of distraction in ageing. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 97: 339-51
Shen J, Reingold EM, Pomplun M. (2003) Guidance of eye movements during conjunctive visual search: the distractor-ratio effect. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 57: 76-96
Pomplun M, Reingold EM, Shen J. (2003) Area activation: A computational model of saccadic selectivity in visual search Cognitive Science. 27: 299-312
Shen J, Reingold EM, Pomplun M, et al. (2003) Saccadic Selectivity During Visual Search. The Influence of Central Processing Difficulty The Mind's Eye: Cognitive and Applied Aspects of Eye Movement Research. 65-88
Pomplun M, Reingold EM, Shen J. (2001) Peripheral and parafoveal cueing and masking effects on saccadic selectivity in a gaze-contingent window paradigm. Vision Research. 41: 2757-69
Shen J, Reingold EM. (2001) Visual search asymmetry: the influence of stimulus familiarity and low-level features. Perception & Psychophysics. 63: 464-75
Pomplun M, Reingold EM, Shen J. (2001) Investigating the visual span in comparative search: the effects of task difficulty and divided attention. Cognition. 81: B57-67
Shen J, Reingold EM, Pomplun M. (2000) Distractor ratio influences patterns of eye movements during visual search. Perception. 29: 241-50
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