Tim J Smith

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2007-2010 Psychology University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
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Saez de Urabain IR, Nuthmann A, Johnson MH, et al. (2017) Disentangling the mechanisms underlying infant fixation durations in scene perception: A computational account. Vision Research
Bedford R, Saez de Urabain IR, Cheung CH, et al. (2016) Toddlers' Fine Motor Milestone Achievement Is Associated with Early Touchscreen Scrolling. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1108
Nako R, Smith TJ, Eimer M. (2016) The Role of Color in Search Templates for Real-world Target Objects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
Loschky LC, Larson AM, Magliano JP, et al. (2015) What Would Jaws Do? The Tyranny of Film and the Relationship between Gaze and Higher-Level Narrative Film Comprehension. Plos One. 10: e0142474
Van Herwegen J, Smith TJ, Dimitriou D. (2015) Exploring different explanations for performance on a theory of mind task in Williams syndrome and autism using eye movements. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 45: 202-9
Papageorgiou KA, Farroni T, Johnson MH, et al. (2015) Individual Differences in Newborn Visual Attention Associate with Temperament and Behavioral Difficulties in Later Childhood. Scientific Reports. 5: 11264
Smith TJ. (2015) The role of audience participation and task relevance on change detection during a card trick. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 13
Wass SV, Jones EJ, Gliga T, et al. (2015) Shorter spontaneous fixation durations in infants with later emerging autism. Scientific Reports. 5: 8284
Nako R, Smith TJ, Eimer M. (2015) Activation of new attentional templates for real-world objects in visual search. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 902-12
Wass SV, Smith TJ. (2015) Visual motherese? Signal-to-noise ratios in toddler-directed television Developmental Science. 18: 24-37
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