Jason Droll, Ph.D.

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
eye movements, visuo-motor coordination, visual perception, natural tasks
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Mary M. Hayhoe grad student 2005 Rochester
 (How task demands and prior knowledge control eye movements, visual attention, and use of working memory.)
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Droll J, Eckstein M. (2010) Expected object position of two hundred fifty observers predicts first fixations of seventy seven separate observers during search Journal of Vision. 8: 320-320
Droll J, Pham B, Abbey C, et al. (2010) Gaze control and perceptual decisions are modulated by learned expected reward Journal of Vision. 7: 1002-1002
Robinson AE, Triesch J, Hayhoe MM, et al. (2010) Change blindness during multiple interactions with a single object Journal of Vision. 6: 986-986
Gigone KM, Droll JA, Hayhoe MM. (2010) Gaze patterns in search reflect learnt environmental probabilities and rewards Journal of Vision. 6: 836-836
Chajka K, Hayhoe M, Sullivan B, et al. (2010) Predictive eye movements in squash Journal of Vision. 6: 481-481
Droll JA, Hayhoe MM. (2010) Knowing when to remember and when to forget: Expected task relevance controls working memory use Journal of Vision. 5: 618-618
Droll JA, Eckstein MP. (2009) Gaze control and memory for objects while walking in a real world environment Visual Cognition. 17: 1159-1184
Droll JA, Hayhoe MM. (2008) Seeing What We Can Do: Insights into Vision and Action through Observations of Natural Behavior Handbook of Cognitive Science. 189-206
Droll JA, Gigone K, Hayhoe MM. (2007) Learning where to direct gaze during change detection. Journal of Vision. 7: 6.1-12
Droll JA, Hayhoe MM. (2007) Trade-offs between gaze and working memory use. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 33: 1352-65
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