Krista A. Ehinger

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Visual cognition
"Krista Ehinger"
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Aude Oliva grad student 2007-2010 MIT
Ruth Rosenholtz grad student 2011-2013 MIT
Jeremy M. Wolfe post-doc 2013- Brigham & Women's Hospital
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Aizenman A, Drew T, Ehinger KA, et al. (2017) Comparing search patterns in digital breast tomosynthesis and full-field digital mammography: an eye tracking study. Journal of Medical Imaging (Bellingham, Wash.). 4: 045501
Ehinger KA, Rosenholtz R. (2016) A general account of peripheral encoding also predicts scene perception performance. Journal of Vision. 16: 13
Ehinger KA, Wolfe JM. (2016) When is it time to move to the next map? Optimal foraging in guided visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Ehinger KA, Allen K, Wolfe JM. (2016) Change blindness for cast shadows in natural scenes: Even informative shadow changes are missed. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Sareen P, Ehinger KA, Wolfe JM. (2015) CB Database: A change blindness database for objects in natural indoor scenes. Behavior Research Methods
Sareen P, Ehinger KA, Wolfe JM. (2014) Through the looking-glass: Objects in the mirror are less real. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Zhang J, Ehinger KA, Ding J, et al. (2014) A prior-based graph for salient object detection 2014 Ieee International Conference On Image Processing, Icip 2014. 1175-1178
Xiao J, Hays J, Russell BC, et al. (2013) Basic level scene understanding: categories, attributes and structures. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 506
Goujon A, Brockmole JR, Ehinger KA. (2012) How visual and semantic information influence learning in familiar contexts. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 38: 1315-27
Rosenholtz R, Huang J, Ehinger KA. (2012) Rethinking the role of top-down attention in vision: effects attributable to a lossy representation in peripheral vision. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 13
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