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Clarke, A.D.F., Nowakowska, A. & Hunt, A.R. (2016, May). Neither ideal behavior nor bounded rationality account for human search performance. Poster presented at Vision Sciences Society (VSS) meeting, St Pete’s Beach, Florida, USA

Mahon, A., Hesse, C. & Hunt, A.R. (2016, April). The role of feedback and attention allocation in saccade preparation and execution. Poster presented at the Oculomotor Readiness and Covert Attention workshop, Durham, UK.


Nowakowska, A., Clarke, A.D.F., Sahraie, A., & Hunt, A.R. (in press). Practice-related changes in eye movement strategy in healthy adults with simulated hemianopia. Neuropsychologia. [Link]

MacInnes, W.J., Hunt, A.R., Clarke, A.D.F. & Dodd, MD. (in press). A generative model of cognitive state from task and eye movements. Computational Cognition.

James, W.R.G., Clarke, A.D.F. & Hunt, A.R. (2017). Failure to use probability of success in deciding whether to pursue on goal or two. Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society, July 2017. [Link]

Clarke, A.D.F., Stainer, M.J., Tatler, B.W. & Hunt, A.R. (2017). The saccadic flow baseline: Accounting for image-independent biases in fixation behaviour. Journal of Vision, 17:12.[link]

Nowakowska, A., Clarke, A.D.F. & Hunt, A.R. (2017). Human visual search behaviour is far from ideal. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Science, 284: 20162767. link

Clarke, A.D.F., Mahon, A., Irvine, A. & Hunt, A.R. (2017). People are unable to recognise or report on their own eye movements. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70, 11, 2251-2270.

Clarke, A.D.F., Barr, C., & Hunt, A.R. (2016). The effect of visualization on visual search performance: Does visualization trump vision? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics (registered replication), 78, 2357-2362.[Link]

Nowakowska, A., Clarke, A.D.F., Sahraie, A., & Hunt, A.R. (2016). Inefficient search strategies in simulated hemianopia. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 42, 1858-1872.[Link]

Kerr-Gaffney, J.E., Hunt, A.R. & Pilz, K.S. (2016). Local form interference in biological motion perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.[Link]

Clarke, A.D.F., Greene, P., Chantler, M.J. & Hunt, A.R. (2016). Human search for a target on a textured background is consistent with a stochastic model. Journal of Vision, 16, 7, article 4. [Link]

Clarke, A.D.F. & Hunt, A.R. (2016). Failure of intuition when presented with a choice between investing in a single goal or splitting resources between two goals. Psychological Science, 27, 64-74. [pre-print] [Link]

MacInnes, J., Krueger, HM. & Hunt, AR. (2015). 'Just passing through: IOR in preplanned saccade sequences'. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 402-416. [Link]

MacInnes, WJ. & Hunt, AR. (2014). 'Attentional load interferes with target localization across saccades'. Experimental Brain Research. [Link]

MacInnes, WJ., Hunt, AR., Hilchey, MD. & Klein, RM. (2014). 'Driving forces in free visual search: An ethology'. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, vol 76, no. 2, pp. 280-295. [Link]

Krueger, HM., MacInnes, WJ. & Hunt, AR. (2014). 'Perceptual merging contributes to cueing effects'. Journal of Vision, vol 14, no. 7, 13. [Link]

Krueger, H.M. & Hunt, A.R. (2013). Inhibition of return across eye and object movements: the role of prediction. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance.[Link]

Kosilo, M., Wuerger, SM., Craddock, M., Jennings, BJ., Hunt, AR. & Martinovic, J. (2013). 'Low-level and high-level modulations of fixational saccades and high frequency oscillatory brain activity in a visual object classification task'. Frontiers in Psychology, vol 4, 948.[Link]

Sahraie, A., Trevethan, C.T., MacLeod, M.J., Weiskrantz, L., & Hunt, A.R. (2013). The continuum of detection and awareness of visual stimuli within the blindfield: from blindsight to sighted-sight. Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science.[Link]

Hungr, C. & Hunt, A.R. (2012). Physical self-similarity enhances the gaze cueing effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65 (7), 1250-1259.[pre-print PDF]

Ritchie, K., Hunt, A.R., & Sahraie, A. (2012). Trans-saccadic priming in hemianopia: Sighted-field sensitivity is boosted by a blind-field prime. Neuropsychologia, 50, 997-105. [link]

Hunt, A.R. & Cavanagh, P. (2011). Remapped visual masking. Journal of Vision, 11(1):13, 1-8.

van Zoest, W. & Hunt, A.R. (2011). Saccadic eye movements and perceptual judgments reveal a shared visual representation that is increasingly accurate over time. Vision Research, 51, 111-119. [Link]

Cavanagh, P., Hunt, A.R., Afraz, A., & Rolfs, M. (2010). Attentional pointers: response to Melcher. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14, 474-475.[Link]

Cavanagh, P., Hunt, A.R., Afraz, A., & Rolfs, M. (2010). Attention pointers: response to Mayo and Sommer. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14, 390-391.[Link]

Cavanagh, P., Hunt, A.R., Afraz, A., & Rolfs, M. (2010). Visual stability based on remapping of attention pointers. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 14, 147-153.[Link]

van Zoest, W., Hunt, A.R. & Kingstone, A. (2010). Visual representations in cognition: It's about time. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 19, 116-120.[Link]

Hunt, A.R., van Zoest, W. & Kingstone, A. (2010). Attending to emerging representations: The importance of task context and time of response. In A.K. Nobre & J. Coull (Eds.) Attention and Time, pages 3-15. Oxford University Press.[Link]

Hunt, A.R. & Cavanagh, P. (2009). The perceived direction of gaze shifts before the eyes move. Journal of Vision 9(9):1, 1-7.

Hunt, A.R., & Halper, F. (2008). Disorganizing biological motion. Journal of Vision, 8(9):12, 1-5,

Hunt, A.R., Chapman, C.S. & Kingstone, A. (2008). Taking a long look at action and time perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 34, 125-136.[Link]

Chapman, C.S., Hunt, A.R. & Kingstone, A. (2007). Squeezing the uncertainty from saccadic compression. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 1:2, 1–4.[Link]

Hunt, A.R., von Mühlenen, A., & Kingstone, A. (2007). The timecourse of attentional and oculomotor capture reveals a common cause. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 33, 271–284.[Link]

Hunt, A.R., Cooper, R.M., Hungr, C., & Kingstone, A. (2007). The effect of emotional faces on eye movements and attention. Visual Cognition, 15, 513–531.[Link]

Hunt, A.R., Ishigami, Y. & Klein, R.M. (2006). Eye movements, not hypercompatible mappings, are critical for eliminating the cost of task set reconfiguration. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 13, 932–937.[Link]

Hunt, A.R. & Kingstone, A. (2004). Multisensory executive functioning. Brain and Cognition, 55, 325-327.[Link]

Hunt, A.R., Olk, B., von Mühlenen, A., & Kingstone, A. (2004). Integration of competing saccade programs. Cognitive Brain Research, 19, 206-208.[Link]

Hunt, A.R. & Kingstone, A. (2003). Inhibition of return: Dissociating attentional and oculomotor components. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29, 1068-1074.[Link]

Hunt, A.R. & Kingstone, A. (2003). Covert and overt voluntary attention: Linked or independent? Cognitive Brain Research, 18, 102-105.[Link]

Hunt, A.R. & Klein, R.M. (2002). Eliminating the cost of task set reconfiguration. Memory and Cognition, 30, 529-539.[Link]

Kingstone, A., Klein, R.M., Morein-Zamir, S., Hunt, A.R., Maxner, C. & Fisk, J. (2002). Orienting attention in aging and Parkinson's disease: distinguishing modes of control. The Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 24, 951-967. [Link]

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