W. Joseph MacInnes, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Attention, Eye movements, Vision, Visual search, Machine Learning
"W. Joseph MacInnes"
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Norman Scrimger grad student 2004 Dalhousie University (Computer Science Tree)
 (Learning dynamic stereotypes for effective autonomous agents.)
Raymond M. Klein grad student 1999-2004 Dalhousie University
 (Learning dynamic stereotypes for effective autonomous agents.)
Amelia R. Hunt post-doc 2010- University of Aberdeen
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Gorina E, Kulikova AA, MacInnes WJ. (2021) Comparing saccadic and manual responses in the attention network test. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 144: 29-42
Redden RS, MacInnes WJ, Klein RM. (2020) Inhibition of return: An information processing theory of its natures and significance. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 135: 30-48
Malevich T, Rybina E, Ivtushok E, et al. (2020) No evidence for an independent retinotopic reference frame for inhibition of return. Acta Psychologica. 208: 103107
MacInnes WJ, Jóhannesson ÓI, Chetverikov A, et al. (2020) No Advantage for Separating Overt and Covert Attention in Visual Search. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 4
MacInnes WJ, Hunt AR, Clarke ADF, et al. (2018) A Generative Model of Cognitive State from Task and Eye Movements. Cognitive Computation. 10: 703-717
MacInnes WJ, Bhatnagar R. (2018) No supplementary evidence of attention to a spatial cue when saccadic facilitation is absent. Scientific Reports. 8: 13289
Chetverikov A, Kuvaldina M, MacInnes WJ, et al. (2018) Implicit processing during change blindness revealed with mouse-contingent and gaze-contingent displays. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
MacInnes WJ. (2016) Multiple Diffusion Models to Compare Saccadic and Manual Responses for Inhibition of Return. Neural Computation. 29: 804-824
MacInnes WJ, Krüger HM, Hunt AR. (2015) Just passing through? Inhibition of return in saccadic sequences. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 68: 402-16
MacInnes WJ, Hunt AR. (2014) Attentional load interferes with target localization across saccades. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 3737-48
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