Miguel Eckstein
Miguel Eckstein
Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Spatial covert attention increases contrast sensitivity across the CSF: support for signal enhancement
M Carrasco, C Penpeci-Talgar, M Eckstein
Vision research 40 (10-12), 1203-1215, 2000
Visual search: A retrospective
MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 11 (5), 14-14, 2011
A signal detection model predicts the effects of set size on visual search accuracy for feature, conjunction, triple conjunction, and disjunction displays
MP Eckstein, JP Thomas, J Palmer, SS Shimozaki
Perception & psychophysics 62, 425-451, 2000
Looking just below the eyes is optimal across face recognition tasks
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (48), E3314-E3323, 2012
The lower visual search efficiency for conjunctions is due to noise and not serial attentional processing
MP Eckstein
Psychological science 9 (2), 111-118, 1998
Attentional cues in real scenes, saccadic targeting, and Bayesian priors
MP Eckstein, BA Drescher, SS Shimozaki
Psychological science 17 (11), 973-980, 2006
The footprints of visual attention in the Posner cueing paradigm revealed by classification images
MP Eckstein, SS Shimozaki, CK Abbey
Journal of Vision 2 (1), 3-3, 2002
Individual differences in eye movements during face identification reflect observer-specific optimal points of fixation
MF Peterson, MP Eckstein
Psychological science 24 (7), 1216-1225, 2013
What do saliency models predict?
K Koehler, F Guo, S Zhang, MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 14 (3), 14-14, 2014
Visual signal detection in structured backgrounds. II. Effects of contrast gain control, background variations, and white noise
MP Eckstein, AJ Ahumada, AB Watson
JOSA A 14 (9), 2406-2419, 1997
Statistical texture synthesis of mammographic images with clustered lumpy backgrounds
FO Bochud, CK Abbey, MP Eckstein
Optics express 4 (1), 33-43, 1999
Classification image analysis: Estimation and statistical inference for two-alternative forced-choice experiments
CK Abbey, MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 2 (1), 5-5, 2002
The time course of visual information accrual guiding eye movement decisions
A Caspi, BR Beutter, MP Eckstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (35), 13086-13090, 2004
Stabilized estimates of Hotelling-observer detection performance in patient-structured noise
HH Barrett, CK Abbey, BD Gallas, MP Eckstein
Medical Imaging 1998: Image Perception 3340, 27-43, 1998
Signal detection theory applied to three visual search tasks—identification, yes/no detection and localization.
EL Cameron, JC Tai, MP Eckstein, M Carrasco
Spatial Vision 17, 2004
Classification images: A tool to analyze visual strategies
MP Eckstein, AJ Ahumada
Journal of vision 2 (1), i-i, 2002
Single-trial classification of event-related potentials in rapid serial visual presentation tasks using supervised spatial filtering
H Cecotti, MP Eckstein, B Giesbrecht
IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems 25 (11), 2030-2042, 2014
Object co-occurrence serves as a contextual cue to guide and facilitate visual search in a natural viewing environment
SC Mack, MP Eckstein
Journal of vision 11 (9), 9-9, 2011
A practical guide to model observers for visual detection in synthetic and natural noisy images
Physics and psychophysics, 2000
Visual signal detection in structured backgrounds I. Effect of number of possible spatial locations and signal contrast
MP Eckstein, JS Whiting
JOSA A 13 (9), 1777-1787, 1996
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