James Dannemiller

Rice University, Houston, TX 
Infant vision and visual perception
"James Dannemiller"
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Lundwall RA, Dannemiller JL, Goldsmith HH. (2015) Genetic associations with reflexive visual attention in infancy and childhood. Developmental Science
Lundwall RA, Dannemiller JL. (2015) Genetic contributions to attentional response time slopes across repeated trials. Bmc Neuroscience. 16: 66
Lundwall RA, Guo DC, Dannemiller JL. (2012) Exogenous visual orienting is associated with specific neurotransmitter genetic markers: a population-based genetic association study. Plos One. 7: e30731
Williams AL, Lasky RE, Dannemiller JL, et al. (2010) Teamwork behaviours and errors during neonatal resuscitation. Quality & Safety in Health Care. 19: 60-4
Schmuckler MA, Collimore LM, Dannemiller JL. (2007) Infants' reactions to object collision on hit and miss trajectories Infancy. 12: 105-118
Lunsford MA, Dannemiller JL. (2006) Additive effects in a rod-and-frame illusion estimated by response classification. Journal of Vision. 6: 366-78
Dannemiller JL. (2005) Evidence against a maximum response model of exogenous visual orienting during early infancy and support for a dimensional switching model. Developmental Science. 8: 567-82
Dannemiller JL. (2005) Motion popout in selective visual orienting at 4.5 but not at 2 months in human infants Infancy. 8: 201-216
Petersik JT, Dannemiller JL. (2004) Factors influencing the ability to detect motion reversals in rotation simulations. Spatial Vision. 17: 201-34
Dannemiller JL. (2004) Variations in birth weight within the normal range are related to visual orienting in infancy for boys but not for girls Infant Behavior and Development. 27: 204-215
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