Bjorn Hubert-Wallander

Psychology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
visual attention, perceptual learning, plasticity
"Bjorn Hubert-Wallander"
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Randolph Blake research assistant 2006-2008 Vanderbilt
Daphne Bavelier research assistant 2008-2010 Rochester
Geoffrey Boynton grad student 2010- University of Washington
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Hubert-Wallander B, Boynton GM. (2015) Not all summary statistics are made equal: Evidence from extracting summaries across time. Journal of Vision. 15: 5
Hubert-Wallander B, Boynton GM. (2014) Domain specificity in integration of visual information across time Journal of Vision. 14: 1130-1130
Hubert-Wallander B, Boynton GM. (2013) Systematic overweighting of early items in serial cue integration Visual Cognition. 21: 689-692
Hubert-Wallander B, Lin JY, Joo SJ, et al. (2012) Subitizing is resource-limited and not preattentive F1000research. 12: 1157-1157
Lin JY, Hubert-Wallander B, Joo SJ, et al. (2012) It's not just gist! Recognition memory for scrambled scenes with limited attentional resources Journal of Vision. 12: 1076-1076
Hubert-Wallander B, Green CS, Bavelier D. (2011) Stretching the limits of visual attention: the case of action video games. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 2: 222-30
Lin JY, Hubert-Wallander B, Murray SO, et al. (2011) Rapid and reflexive feature-based attention. Journal of Vision. 11
Hubert-Wallander B, Green CS, Sugarman M, et al. (2011) Changes in search rate but not in the dynamics of exogenous attention in action videogame players. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 73: 2399-412
Hubert-Wallander B, Green CS, Bavelier D. (2011) Stretching the limits of visual attention: The case of action video games Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science. 2: 222-230
Ling S, Hubert-Wallander B, Blake R. (2010) Detecting contrast changes in invisible patterns during binocular rivalry. Vision Research. 50: 2421-9
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