Carrick C. Williams, Ph.D.

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
"Carrick Williams"
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Rose T. Zacks grad student 2003 Michigan State
 (Age differences in visual memory and the relation to eye movements and executive control processes in visual search.)
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Williams C, Edwards K. (2018) Do occluding boundaries extend in visual memory? Journal of Vision. 18: 826
Antonelli KB, Williams CC. (2017) Task-relevant perceptual features can define categories in visual memory too. Memory & Cognition
Williams CC, Burkle KA. (2017) The Case of the Missing Visual Details: Occlusion and Long-Term Visual Memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Antonelli K, Williams C. (2015) Episodically defined organization of visual memory. Journal of Vision. 15: 80
Thomas MD, Williams CC. (2014) The target effect: visual memory for unnamed search targets. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 67: 2090-104
Antonelli K, Kang E, Williams C. (2014) Through the fence or behind the wall: Occlusion type affects object memory Journal of Vision. 14: 36-36
Romoser MR, Pollatsek A, Fisher DL, et al. (2013) Comparing the Glance Patterns of Older versus Younger Experienced Drivers: Scanning for Hazards while Approaching and Entering the Intersection. Transportation Research. Part F, Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 16: 104-116
Garrison TM, Williams CC. (2013) Impact of Relevance and Distraction on Driving Performance and Visual Attention in a Simulated Driving Environment Applied Cognitive Psychology. 27: 396-405
Williams CC. (2010) Incidental and intentional visual memory: What memories are and are not affected by encoding tasks? Visual Cognition. 18: 1348-1367
Williams CC. (2010) Not all visual memories are created equal Visual Cognition. 18: 201-228
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