Alex Muhl-Richardson
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Individual differences in search and monitoring for color targets in dynamic visual displays.
A Muhl-Richardson, HJ Godwin, M Garner, JA Hadwin, SP Liversedge, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 24 (4), 564, 2018
Searching for two categories of target in dynamic visual displays impairs monitoring ability
A Muhl‐Richardson, K Cornes, HJ Godwin, M Garner, JA Hadwin, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 32 (4), 440-449, 2018
Using Eye Movements to Understand how Security Screeners Search for Threats in X-Ray Baggage
N Donnelly, A Muhl-Richardson, HJ Godwin, KR Cave
Vision 3 (2), 24, 2019
Target detection in dynamically changing visual displays: Predictive search, working memory capacity and intolerance of uncertainty
A Muhl-Richardson, H Godwin, M Garner, J Hadwin, S Liversedge, ...
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1158-1158, 2016
Attention neglects a stare-in-the-crowd: Unanticipated consequences of prediction-error coding
N Ramamoorthy, M Parker, K Plaisted-Grant, A Muhl-Richardson, G Davis
Cognition, 104519, 2020
Examining the Impact of Working Memory Training and Transcranial Direct-current Stimulation on Monitoring for Color Targets in Dynamic Visual Displays
A Muhl-Richardson, H Godwin, M Garner, J Hadwin, SP Liversedge, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
Distractor Suppression in Visual Search
A Muhl-Richardson, SA Recio, G Davis
PERCEPTION 48 (3), 273-273, 2019
Individual differences in dynamic visual search
A Muhl-Richardson
University of Southampton, 2017
Eye movements reveal two search modes for the detection of targets in novel dynamically changing visual displays
A Muhl-Richardson, H Godwin, M Garner, J Hadwin, S Liversedge, D Nick
Journal of vision 15 (12), 59-59, 2015
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