Calen Walshe
Calen Walshe
Center for Perceptual Systems, UTexas
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Extremely selective attention: eye-tracking studies of the dynamic allocation of attention to stimulus features in categorization.
MR Blair, MR Watson, RC Walshe, F Maj
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (5), 1196, 2009
Atari-HEAD: Atari Human Eye-Tracking and Demonstration Dataset
R Zhang, RC Walshe, Z Liu, L Guan, KS Muller, JA Writner, L Zhang, ...
Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence …, 2020
Asymmetrical control of fixation durations in scene viewing
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Vision Research 100, 38-46, 2014
Learning-induced changes in attentional allocation during categorization: A sizable catalog of attention change as measured by eye movements
CM McColeman, JI Barnes, L Chen, KM Meier, RC Walshe, MR Blair
PloS one 9 (1), e83302, 2014
Mechanisms of saccadic decision making while encoding naturalistic scenes
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Journal of Vision 15 (5), 21-21, 2015
An Experimental Study of the Grammatical Status of caki in Korean
C Han, DR Storoshenko, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the 19th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, 2010
Programming of saccades to double-step targets in scene viewing: A test of assumptions present in the CRISP model
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Proceedings of the 35rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2013
A dynamic neural field model of self-regulated eye movements during category learning.
JI Barnes, MR Blair, PF Tupper, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2015
RLAttn: An actor-critic model of eye movements during category learning
JI Barnes, C McColeman, E Stepanova, MR Blair, RC Walshe
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
Rethinking the role of error in attentional learning
M Blair, C Walshe, J Barnes, L Chen
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
A computational dual-process model of fixation duration control in natural scene viewing
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Computational Brain & Behavior, 2021
A new method to compute classification error
A Das, RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 87-87, 2019
Efficient Allocation of Attentional Sensitivity Gain in Visual Cortex Reduces Foveal Sensitivity in Visual Search
RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Current Biology 32, 1-11, 2022
Detection of Occluding Targets in Natural Backgrounds
RC Walshe, WS Geisler
Journal of Vision 20 (13), 1-20, 2020
Ideal observer for detection of occluding targets in natural scenes in the fovea and periphery.
RC Walshe, S Sebastian, W Geisler
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 629-629, 2018
Operation of eye-movement control mechanisms during the perception of naturalistic scenes.
RC Walshe
The University of Edinburgh, 2016
The impact of scene luminance levels on fixation durations: An examination based on simulations using the CRISP model
RC Walshe, A Nuthmann
Perception 43, 144-144, 2014
Retinal Task Detection and Image Perception using End-to-end Deep Neural Network (DNN) based Algorithms
J Xing, C Walshe, M Zhang, EA Rossi, CK Sheehy
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 63 (7), 735–F0463-735–F0463, 2022
Quantifying Subclinical Square Wave Jerks (SWJs) in Multiple Sclerosis (MS).(P8-4.001)
LP Ibarra, C Sheehy, C Walshe, A Green, SC Montes, D Bennett
Neurology 98 (18 Supplement), 2022
LAG-1: A dynamic, integrative model of learning, attention, and gaze
J Barnes, MR Blair, RC Walshe, PF Tupper
PLOS ONE, 2021
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