Hayes, T. R. and Henderson, J. M. (Submitted). Scan patterns during real-world scene viewing predict clinical individual differences. 1-11.
Henderson, J. M. and Hayes, T. R (In Press). Meaning-based Guidance of Attention in Scenes as Revealed by Meaning Maps. Nature Human Behavior, 1-6.
Hayes, T. R. & Henderson, J. M. (2017). Scan patterns during real-world scene viewing predict individual differences in cognitive capacity. Journal of Vision, 17(5), 1-17. (pdf)
Hayes, T. R. & Petrov, A. A. (2016). Pupil diameter tracks the exploration-exploitation trade-off during analogical reasoning and explains individual differences in fluid intelligence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28(2), 308-318. (pdf)
Hayes, T. R. & Petrov, A. A. (2016). Mapping and correcting the influence of gaze position on pupil size measurements. Behavior Research Methods, 48(2), 510-527. (pdf)
Hayes, T. R., Petrov, A. A., & Sederberg, P. B. (2015). Do we really become smarter when our fluid-intelligence test scores improve? Intelligence, 48, 1-14. (pdf)
Hayes, T. R., Petrov, A. A., & Sederberg, P. B. (2011). A novel method for analyzing sequential eye movements reveals strategic influence on Raven’s Advanced Progressive Matrices. Journal of Vision, 11(10):10, 1-11. (pdf)
Petrov, A. A. & Hayes, T. R. (2010). Asymmetric transfer of perceptual learning of luminance- and contrast-modulated motion. Journal of Vision, 10(14):11, 1-22. (pdf)
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