Howard E. Egeth

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
attention, perception, visual search
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Kevin C. Dieter research assistant 2006-2008 Johns Hopkins
Charles L. Folk grad student Villanova
Thomas Ghirardelli grad student Johns Hopkins
Grover Cleveland Gilmore grad student Johns Hopkins
Robert G. Pachella grad student Johns Hopkins
Tashina L Graves grad student 2010- Johns Hopkins
Seah Chang grad student 2016- Johns Hopkins
J Toby Mordkoff grad student 1991 Johns Hopkins
Larence Becker grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins
Andrew B. Leber grad student 1998-2003 Johns Hopkins
Michael J. Proulx grad student 2000-2005 Johns Hopkins
Melanie Palomares grad student 2000-2006 Johns Hopkins
Carly J. Leonard grad student 2003-2009 Johns Hopkins
Jeff S. Moher grad student 2006-2011 Johns Hopkins
Corbin A. Cunningham grad student 2012-2017 Johns Hopkins
Natalia Khodayari grad student 2020-2025 Johns Hopkins
Dominique Lamy post-doc Johns Hopkins
Cathleen M. Moore post-doc Johns Hopkins
Joshua Benjamin Ewen research scientist 2009-
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Stilwell BT, Egeth H, Gaspelin N. (2022) Electrophysiological Evidence for the Suppression of Highly Salient Distractors. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-19
Chang S, Niebur E, Egeth HE. (2021) Standing out in a small crowd: The role of display size in attracting attention. Visual Cognition. 29: 587-591
Chang S, Egeth HE. (2020) Can salient stimuli really be suppressed? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Chang S, Egeth HE. (2019) Enhancement and Suppression Flexibly Guide Attention. Psychological Science. 956797619878813
Jeck DM, Qin M, Egeth H, et al. (2019) Unique objects attract attention even when faint. Vision Research
Chang S, Cunningham C, Egeth H. (2018) The Power of Negative Thinking: Paradoxical but Effective Ignoring of Salient-but-Irrelevant Stimuli by a Spatial Cue Journal of Vision. 18: 471
Schurgin M, Cunningham C, Egeth H, et al. (2018) Episodic Memory Replaces Active Maintenance in Working Memory When Available Journal of Vision. 18: 187
Chang S, Cunningham CA, Egeth HE. (2018) The power of negative thinking: Paradoxical but effective ignoring of salient-but-irrelevant stimuli with a spatial cue Visual Cognition. 27: 199-213
Cunningham CA, Egeth HE. (2017) The capture of attention by entirely irrelevant pictures of calorie-dense foods. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Jeck DM, Qin M, Egeth H, et al. (2017) Attentive Pointing in Natural Scenes Correlates with Other Measures of Attention. Vision Research
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