Tom Foulsham
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Two ways to the top: Evidence that dominance and prestige are distinct yet viable avenues to social rank and influence.
JT Cheng, JL Tracy, T Foulsham, A Kingstone, J Henrich
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (1), 103, 2013
5952013
What can saliency models predict about eye movements? Spatial and sequential aspects of fixations during encoding and recognition
T Foulsham, G Underwood
Journal of vision 8 (2), 6-6, 2008
4112008
The where, what and when of gaze allocation in the lab and the natural environment
T Foulsham, E Walker, A Kingstone
Vision research 51 (17), 1920-1931, 2011
2902011
Visual saliency and semantic incongruency influence eye movements when inspecting pictures
G Underwood, T Foulsham
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (11), 1931-1949, 2006
2532006
Social attention with real versus reel stimuli: toward an empirical approach to concerns about ecological validity
EF Risko, KE Laidlaw, M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 143, 2012
2182012
Gaze allocation in a dynamic situation: Effects of social status and speaking
T Foulsham, JT Cheng, JL Tracy, J Henrich, A Kingstone
Cognition 117 (3), 319-331, 2010
1922010
Potential social interactions are important to social attention
KEW Laidlaw, T Foulsham, G Kuhn, A Kingstone
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5548-5553, 2011
1892011
Eye movements during scene inspection: A test of the saliency map hypothesis
G Underwood, T Foulsham, E van Loon, L Humphreys, J Bloyce
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 18 (03), 321-342, 2006
1652006
What affects social attention? Social presence, eye contact and autistic traits
M Freeth, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
PloS one 8 (1), e53286, 2013
1402013
How does the purpose of inspection influence the potency of visual salience in scene perception?
T Foulsham, G Underwood
Perception 36 (8), 1123-1138, 2007
1212007
Is attention necessary for object identification? Evidence from eye movements during the inspection of real-world scenes
G Underwood, E Templeman, L Lamming, T Foulsham
Consciousness and cognition 17 (1), 159-170, 2008
1142008
It depends on how you look at it: Scanpath comparison in multiple dimensions with MultiMatch, a vector-based approach
R Dewhurst, M Nyström, H Jarodzka, T Foulsham, R Johansson, ...
Behavior research methods 44 (4), 1079-1100, 2012
1092012
Saliency and scan patterns in the inspection of real-world scenes: Eye movements during encoding and recognition
G Underwood, T Foulsham, K Humphrey
Visual Cognition 17 (6-7), 812-834, 2009
972009
Turning the world around: Patterns in saccade direction vary with picture orientation
T Foulsham, A Kingstone, G Underwood
Vision research 48 (17), 1777-1790, 2008
892008
Speaking and listening with the eyes: gaze signaling during dyadic interactions
S Ho, T Foulsham, A Kingstone
PloS one 10 (8), e0136905, 2015
852015
Mind wandering in sentence reading: Decoupling the link between mind and eye.
T Foulsham, J Farley, A Kingstone
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2013
812013
Leftward biases in picture scanning and line bisection: A gaze-contingent window study
T Foulsham, A Gray, E Nasiopoulos, A Kingstone
Vision research 78, 14-25, 2013
702013
Fixation-dependent memory for natural scenes: An experimental test of scanpath theory.
T Foulsham, A Kingstone
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 41, 2013
652013
Understanding sources of social desirability bias in different modes: Evidence from eye-tracking
O Kaminska, T Foulsham
ISER Working Paper Series, 2013
622013
The collaborative lecture annotation system (CLAS): A new TOOL for distributed learning
EF Risko, T Foulsham, S Dawson, A Kingstone
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 6 (1), 4-13, 2012
592012
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