John M. Findlay

Durham University, Durham, England, United Kingdom 
Visual psychophysics, attention, eye-movements
"John Findlay"
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Walker R, Wiggins T, et al. (2021) A multicenter prospective audit to investigate the current management of patients undergoing anti-reflux surgery in the UK: Audit & Review of Anti-Reflux Operations & Workup. Diseases of the Esophagus : Official Journal of the International Society For Diseases of the Esophagus
Walker-Smith GJ, Gale AG, Findlay JM. (2013) Eye movement strategies involved in face perception. Perception. 42: 1120-33
Kourkoulou A, Kuhn G, Findlay JM, et al. (2013) Eye movement difficulties in autism spectrum disorder: implications for implicit contextual learning. Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society For Autism Research. 6: 177-89
Fletcher-Watson S, Leekam SR, Findlay JM. (2013) Social interest in high-functioning adults with autism spectrum disorders Focus On Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. 28: 222-229
Hancock S, Gareze L, Findlay JM, et al. (2012) Temporal patterns of saccadic eye movements predict individual variation in alternation rate during binocular rivalry. I-Perception. 3: 88-96
Fletcher-Watson S, Leekam SR, Connolly B, et al. (2012) Attenuation of change blindness in children with autism spectrum disorders. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology. 30: 446-58
Kourkoulou A, Leekam SR, Findlay JM. (2012) Implicit learning of local context in autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 42: 244-56
Findlay JM, Gilchrist ID. (2012) Eye guidance and visual search Cognitive Processes in Eye Guidance
Findlay JM, Gilchrist ID. (2012) Visual attention - A fresh look Psychologist. 25: 900-902
Tatler BW, Wade NJ, Kwan H, et al. (2010) Yarbus, eye movements, and vision. I-Perception. 1: 7-27
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