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Rai, M.K., Loschky, L.C., Harris, R.J., Peck, N.C., & Cook, L. (in press). The effects of stress and working memory capacity on foreign language readers’ inference comprehension. Language Learning.
Zelinsky, G.J., Loschky, L.C. & Dickinson, C.A. (in press). Do object refixations during scene viewing indicate rehearsal in visual working memory? Memory & Cognition.


Loschky, L.C., Hansen, B.C., Sethi, A. & Pydimarri, T. (2010). The role of higher-order image statistics in masking scene gist recognition. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72(2), 427-444.
Loschky, L.C., & Larson, A.M. (2010). The natural/man-made distinction is made prior to basic-level distinctions in scene gist processing. Visual Cognition, 18(4), 513-536.
Varakin, D.A., & Loschky, L.C. (2010). Object appearance and picture-specific viewpoint are not integrated in long-term memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63(6), 1181-1200.


Larson, A.M. & Loschky, L.C. (2009). The contributions of central versus peripheral vision to scene gist recognition. Journal of Vision, 9(10):6, 1-16, http://journalofvision.org/9/10/6/, doi:10.1167/9.10.6.


Loschky, L. C., & Larson, A. M. (2008). Localized information is necessary for scene categorization, including the Natural/Man-made distinction. Journal of Vision, 8(1):4, 1-9.


Loschky, L.C. & Wolverton, G.S. (2007). How Late Can You Update Gaze-contingent Multi-resolutional Displays Without Detection? ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications, 3(4):25, 1-10.
Loschky, L.C., Sethi, A., Simons, D.J., Pydimari, T., Ochs, D., & Corbeille, J. (2007). The Importance of Information Localization in Scene Gist Recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33(6), 1431-1450.


Loschky, L.C., & McConkie, G.W. (2005). How late can you update? Detecting blur and transients in gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting—2005. (pp. 1527-1530). Santa Monica, CA: HFES.
Loschky, L.C., McConkie, G.W., Yang, J. & Miller, M.E. (2005). The limits of visual resolution in natural scene viewing. Visual Cognition, 12(6), 1057-1092.
Zelinsky, G.J. & Loschky, L.C. (2005). Eye movements serialize memory for objects in scenes. Perception and Psychophysics, 67(4), 676-690.


Brewer, W.F. & Loschky, L.C. (2004). Bottom-up and top-down influences on observation: Evidence from cognitive psychology and the history of science. In A. Raftopoulos (Ed.), Cognitive penetrability of perception: Attention, action, strategies, and bottom-up-constraints, (pp. 31-47). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.


McConkie, G. W., & Loschky, L. C. (2003). Change blindness, Psychology of. In L. Nadel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science (Vol. 1, pp. 491-495). London, UK: Nature Publishing Group.
Reingold, E.M., Loschky, L.C., McConkie, G.W., & Stampe, D.M. (2003). Gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays: An integrative review. Human Factors, 45(2), 307-328.


Loschky, L. C., McConkie, G. W., Yang, J., & Miller, M. E. (2002). The effects of eccentricity-dependent image filtering on saccade targeting in natural images [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 2(7), 170a, http://journalofvision.org/2/7/170/, DOI 10.1167/2.7.170
Loschky, L.C., & McConkie, G.W. (2002). Investigating spatial vision and dynamic attentional selection using a gaze-contingent multi-resolutional display. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 8(2), 99-117.
McConkie, G. W., & Loschky, L. C. (2002). Perception onset time during fixations in free viewing. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 34(4), 481-490.
Reingold, E. M., & Loschky, L. C. (2002). Saliency of peripheral targets in gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 34(4), 491-499.
Reingold, E.M. & Loschky, L.C. (2002). Reduced saliency of peripheral targets in gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays: Blended versus sharp boundary areas of interest. In A. T. Duchowski (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eye Tracking Research & Applications Symposium 2002. (pp. 89-93). New York, NY: ACM


Loschky, L.C. (2001). Some things pictures are good for: An information processing perspective. Visible Language, 35(3), 244-265.
McConkie, G.W., Wolverton, G.S. & Loschky, L.C. (2001). An environment for studying gaze-contingent multi-resolutional displays. In M.S. Vassiliou & T.S. Huang (Eds.), Computer-science Handbook for Displays: Summary of Findings from the Army Research Lab’s Advanced Displays & Interactive Displays Federated Laboratory, (pp 55-61). Thousand Oaks, CA: Rockwell Scientific Company.


Loschky, L.C., & McConkie, G.W. (2000). User performance with gaze contingent multiresolutional displays. In A. T. Duchowski (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eye Tracking Research & Applications Symposium 2000 (pp. 97-103). New York, NY: ACM.

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