Derrick Jay Parkhurst

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2002 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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Ernst Niebur grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
 (Selective attention in natural vision: Using computational models to quantify stimulus -driven attentional allocation.)
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Masciocchi C, Mihalas S, Parkhurst D, et al. (2010) Interesting locations in natural scenes draw eye movements Journal of Vision. 8: 114-114
Masciocchi CM, Mihalas S, Parkhurst D, et al. (2009) Everyone knows what is interesting: salient locations which should be fixated. Journal of Vision. 9: 25.1-22
Still JD, Dark VJ, Parkhurst DJ. (2007) Viewpoint invariant object features attract overt visual attention Journal of Vision. 7: 445-445
Parkhurst DJ, Niebur E. (2005) Stimulus-driven guidance of visual attention in natural scenes Neurobiology of Attention. 240-245
Parkhurst DJ, Niebur E. (2004) Texture contrast attracts overt visual attention in natural scenes. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 19: 783-9
Parkhurst D, Niebur E. (2004) A feasibility test for perceptually adaptive level of detail rendering on desktop systems Proceedings - 1st Symposium On Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization, Apgv 2004. 49-56
Parkhurst DJ, Niebur E. (2003) Scene content selected by active vision. Spatial Vision. 16: 125-54
Parkhurst DJ, Niebur E. (2003) What could over 1000 internet users tell us about visual attention in natural scenes? Journal of Vision. 3: 1a
Parkhurst DJ, Niebur E. (2002) Variable-resolution displays: a theoretical, practical, and behavioral evaluation. Human Factors. 44: 611-29
Parkhurst D, Law K, Niebur E. (2002) Modeling the role of salience in the allocation of overt visual attention. Vision Research. 42: 107-23
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