Adam T. Biggs, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, United States 
Area:
visual attention, perception
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Bradley S. Gibson grad student 2011 Notre Dame
 (How prior information influences the guidance of attention.)
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Biggs AT, Gibson BS. (2018) Opening the window: Size of the attentional window dominates perceptual load and familiarity in visual selection. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Biggs AT, Cain MS, Mitroff SR. (2015) Cognitive Training Can Reduce Civilian Casualties in a Simulated Shooting Environment. Psychological Science. 26: 1164-76
Biggs AT, Adamo SH, Dowd EW, et al. (2015) Examining perceptual and conceptual set biases in multiple-target visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 844-55
Mitroff SR, Biggs AT, Adamo SH, et al. (2015) What can 1 billion trials tell us about visual search? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 1-5
Biggs AT, Kreager RD, Davoli CC. (2015) Finding a link between guided search and perceptual load theory Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 27: 164-179
Biggs AT, Adamo SH, Mitroff SR. (2015) Mo’ money, mo’ problems: Monetary motivation can exacerbate the attentional blink Perception. 44: 410-422
Biggs AT, Mitroff SR. (2015) Improving the efficacy of security screening tasks: A review of visual search challenges and ways to mitigate their adverse effects Applied Cognitive Psychology. 29: 142-148
Biggs AT, Mitroff SR. (2014) Differences in multiple-target visual search performance between non-professional and professional searchers due to decision-making criteria. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Biggs AT, Adamo SH, Mitroff SR. (2014) Rare, but obviously there: effects of target frequency and salience on visual search accuracy. Acta Psychologica. 152: 158-65
Cain MS, Biggs AT, Darling EF, et al. (2014) A little bit of history repeating: Splitting up multiple-target visual searches decreases second-target miss errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 20: 112-25
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