Julie D. Golomb, Ph.D.

Psychology Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
"Julie Golomb"
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Arthur Wingfield research assistant 2001-2004 Brandeis
Marvin M. Chun grad student 2004-2009 Yale
 (Attentional topography and eye movements.)
James A. Mazer grad student 2004-2009 Yale
 (Attentional topography and eye movements.)
Nancy Kanwisher post-doc 2009-2012 MIT


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Samoni Nag research assistant 2016- Ohio State
Colin Kupitz research assistant 2012-2014 Ohio State
Anna Shafer-Skelton research assistant 2014-2016 Ohio State
Daniel Berman grad student 2014- Ohio State
Xiaoli Zhang grad student 2014- Ohio State
Jiageng Chen grad student 2015- Ohio State
Paul S Scotti grad student 2017- Ohio State
Emma Wu Dowd post-doc 2016- Ohio State
Nonie J. Finlayson post-doc 2013-2016 Ohio State
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Chen J, Leber AB, Golomb JD. (2019) Attentional capture alters feature perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Dowd EW, Golomb JD. (2019) The Binding Problem after an eye movement. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Nag S, Berman D, Golomb JD. (2019) Category-selective areas in human visual cortex exhibit preferences for stimulus depth. Neuroimage
Dowd EW, Golomb JD. (2019) Object-Feature Binding Survives Dynamic Shifts of Spatial Attention. Psychological Science. 956797618818481
Zhang X, Golomb JD. (2018) Target Localization after Saccades and at Fixation: Nontargets both Facilitate and Bias Responses. Visual Cognition. 26: 734-752
Finlayson NJ, Golomb JD. (2017) 2D location biases depth-from-disparity judgments but not vice versa. Visual Cognition. 25: 841-852
Berman D, Golomb JD, Walther DB. (2017) Scene content is predominantly conveyed by high spatial frequencies in scene-selective visual cortex. Plos One. 12: e0189828
Shafer-Skelton A, Golomb JD. (2017) Memory for retinotopic locations is more accurate than memory for spatiotopic locations, even for visually guided reaching. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Bapat AN, Shafer-Skelton A, Kupitz CN, et al. (2017) Binding object features to locations: Does the "spatial congruency bias" update with object movement? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Shafer-Skelton A, Kupitz CN, Golomb JD. (2017) Object-location binding across a saccade: A retinotopic spatial congruency bias. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
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