J. Eric T. Taylor, PhD

University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Visual cognition, Action & Perception, Embodied Cognition
"J. Eric Taylor"
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Jessica Kate Witt grad student 2013 Purdue
 (Altered vision on the hands: Introducing the body boundary hypothesis.)
Jay Pratt post-doc 2013-2014 University of Toronto
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Taylor JET, Grahn JA. (2019) Simple random-interval generation reveals the irresistibly periodic structure of perceived time. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Taylor JET, Hilchey MD, Pratt J. (2018) Out with the new, in with the old: Exogenous orienting to locations with physically constant stimulation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Taylor JE, Witt JK, Pratt J. (2017) A different kind of weapon focus: simulated training with ballistic weapons reduces change blindness. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 2: 3
Rajsic J, Taylor JE, Pratt J. (2016) Out of sight, out of mind: Matching bias underlies confirmatory visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Hilchey MD, Taylor JE, Pratt J. (2016) Much ado about nothing: Capturing attention toward locations without new perceptual events. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 42: 1923-1927
Witt JK, Taylor JE, Sugovic M, et al. (2016) Further clarifying signal detection theoretic interpretations of the Müller-Lyer and sound-induced flash illusions. Journal of Vision. 16: 19
Taylor JE, Rajsic J, Pratt J. (2016) Object-based selection is contingent on attentional control settings. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Taylor JE, Gozli DG, Chan D, et al. (2015) A touchy subject: advancing the modulated visual pathways account of altered vision near the hand. Translational Neuroscience. 6: 1-7
Witt JK, Taylor JE, Sugovic M, et al. (2015) Signal Detection Measures Cannot Distinguish Perceptual Biases from Response Biases. Perception. 44: 289-300
Hsu P, Taylor JE, Pratt J. (2015) Frogs Jump Forward: Semantic Knowledge Influences the Perception of Element Motion in the Ternus Display. Perception. 44: 779-89
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