Gabe J. Diaz

Affiliations: 
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
Vision, PandA
Website:
http://www.cogsci.rpi.edu/pandalabs/people/diaz.html
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Flip Phillips research assistant 2002-2005 Skidmore College
Brett Fajen grad student RPI
Mary M. Hayhoe post-doc 2010- UT Austin
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Pieszala J, Diaz G, Pelz J, et al. (2016) 3D Gaze Point Localization and Visualization Using LiDAR-based 3D reconstructions Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium (Etra). 14: 201-204
Kothari R, Binaee K, Matthis JS, et al. (2016) Novel apparatus for investigation of eye movements when walking in the presence of 3D projected obstacles Eye Tracking Research and Applications Symposium (Etra). 14: 261-265
Morice AHP, Diaz GJ, Fajen BR, et al. (2015) An Affordance-Based Approach to Visually Guided Overtaking Ecological Psychology. 27: 1-25
Diaz G, Cooper J, Kit D, et al. (2013) Real-time recording and classification of eye movements in an immersive virtual environment. Journal of Vision. 13
Diaz G, Cooper J, Hayhoe M. (2013) Memory and prediction in natural gaze control. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 368: 20130064
Zele AJ, Maynard ML, Feigl B. (2013) Rod and cone pathway signaling and interaction under mesopic illumination. Journal of Vision. 13
Diaz GJ, Fajen BR, Phillips F. (2012) Anticipation from biological motion: the goalkeeper problem. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 848-64
Fajen BR, Diaz G, Cramer C. (2011) Reconsidering the role of movement in perceiving action-scaled affordances. Human Movement Science. 30: 504-33
Diaz GJ, Phillips F, Fajen BR. (2009) Intercepting moving targets: a little foresight helps a lot. Experimental Brain Research. 195: 345-60
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