Alan F. Kingstone, PhD

Psychology University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
Attention, cognitive ethology, eye tracking
"Alan Kingstone"
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Robert J. Teszka research assistant 2009-2010 UBC
George V. Kachkovski research assistant 2014-2018 UBC
Daniil Vasilyev research assistant 2015-2020 UBC
Jelena Ristic grad student UBC
Christine Marie Tipper grad student 2001-2008 UC Santa Barbara
Kirsten A. Dalrymple grad student 2004-2010 UBC
Kaitlin E W Laidlaw grad student 2008-2015 UBC
Brandon J. Forys grad student 2020-2026 UBC
Tom Foulsham post-doc UBC
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Gerlofs DJ, Roberts KH, Anderson NC, et al. (2022) Eye spy: Gaze communication and deception during hide-and-seek. Cognition. 227: 105209
Dudarev V, Liu M, Kingstone A. (2022) De-evolving human eyes: The effect of eye camouflage on human attention. Cognition. 225: 105136
Holmqvist K, Örbom SL, Hooge ITC, et al. (2022) Eye tracking: empirical foundations for a minimal reporting guideline. Behavior Research Methods
Wahn B, Schmitz L, Kingstone A, et al. (2021) When eyes beat lips: speaker gaze affects audiovisual integration in the McGurk illusion. Psychological Research
Dawson J, Kingstone A, Foulsham T. (2021) Theory of mind affects the interpretation of another person's focus of attention. Scientific Reports. 11: 17147
Dosso JA, Anderson NC, Wahn B, et al. (2021) Social modulation of on-screen looking behaviour. Vision Research. 182: 1-8
Capozzi F, Wahn B, Ristic J, et al. (2020) Prior attentional bias is modulated by social gaze. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Flindall J, Sara A, Kingstone A. (2020) Head and eye movements are each facilitated by the offset of a central fixation point in a virtual gap paradigm. Experimental Brain Research
Bianchi LJ, Kingstone A, Risko EF. (2020) The role of cognitive load in modulating social looking: a mobile eye tracking study. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 5: 44
Wahn B, Rohe T, Gearhart A, et al. (2020) Performing a task jointly enhances the sound-induced flash illusion. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021820942687
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