Brian J. Scholl

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Brian Scholl"

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Kathleen Galotti research assistant Carleton College
Zenon W. Pylyshyn grad student 1999 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Objects and Attention)
Ken Nakayama post-doc Harvard


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Luis Daniel Medina research assistant 2000-2004 Yale
Yi-fei Hu research assistant 2019-2019 Yale
Emily J. Ward grad student 2010- Yale
Benjamin van Buren grad student 2012- Yale
Stefan D. Uddenberg grad student 2013- Yale
Clara Colombatto grad student 2015- Yale
Joan Danielle K. Ongchoco grad student 2017- Yale
Hoon Choi grad student 2006 Yale
Jonathan Flombaum grad student 2002-2008 Yale
Nicholas B. Turk-Browne grad student 2004-2009 Yale
Tao Gao grad student 2011 Yale
Brandon Matthew Liverence grad student 2013 Yale
Alice R. Albrecht grad student 2008-2013 Yale
Aysu Suben grad student 2014 Yale
Chaz Firestone grad student 2011-2017 Yale
Yi-Chia Chen grad student 2012-2017 Yale
Stephen R. Mitroff post-doc Yale
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Colombatto C, Chen YC, Scholl BJ. (2020) Gaze deflection reveals how gaze cueing is tuned to extract the mind behind the eyes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Colombatto C, van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2020) Gazing Without Eyes: A "Stare-in-the-Crowd" Effect Induced by Simple Geometric Shapes. Perception. 49: 782-792
Yousif SR, Chen YC, Scholl BJ. (2020) Systematic angular biases in the representation of visual space. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Ongchoco JDK, Scholl BJ. (2020) Enumeration in time is irresistibly event-based. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ongchoco JDK, Scholl BJ. (2019) How to Create Objects With Your Mind: From Object-Based Attention to Attention-Based Objects. Psychological Science. 956797619863072
Ongchoco JDK, Scholl BJ. (2019) Did that just happen? Event segmentation influences enumeration and working memory for simple overlapping visual events. Cognition. 187: 188-197
Yousif SR, Scholl BJ. (2019) The one-is-more illusion: Sets of discrete objects appear less extended than equivalent continuous entities in both space and time. Cognition. 185: 121-130
Colombatto C, van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2018) Intentionally distracting: Working memory is disrupted by the perception of other agents attending to you - even without eye-gaze cues. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2018) Visual Illusions as a Tool for Dissociating Seeing From Thinking: A Reply to Braddick (2018). Perception. 301006618796348
Uddenberg S, Scholl BJ. (2018) Teleface: Serial reproduction of faces reveals a whiteward bias in race memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
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