Sage Boettcher & Melissa L.-H. Vo: Anchoring spatial predictions: Evidence for the critical role of anchor objects for visual search in scences. >>abstract>>
Dejan Draschkow & Melissa L.-H. Vo: Building the unexpected: scene grammar shapes the way we interact with objects, strengthens spatial representations, and speed search. >>check out time schedule>>
Sabine Öhlschläger & Melissa L.-H. Vo: The milk in the bathroom strikes again: ERP evidence for the processing of semantic object-scene inconsistencies in early development. >>check out time schedule>>
Verena Willenbockel, Frédéric Gosselin & Melissa L.-H. Vo: Spatial frequency tuning for indoor scene categorization >>abstract>>
Tim Lauer, Verena Willenbockel & Melissa L.-H. Vo: Do inverted scences modulate semantic object processing? Behavioral and electrophysiological insights. >>check out time schedule>>
Sage Boettcher & Melissa Vo: Anchoring predictions in scenes: Electrophysiological evidence for a hierarchical structure in scenes. >>abstract>>
Dejan Draschkow & Melissa Vo: Of "What" and "Where" in a natural search task: Active object handling supports object location memory beyond the objects' identity. >>abstract>>
Peer Herholz, Verena Schuster, Melissa Vo & Andreas Jansen: A song of scenes & sentences: signatures of shared cortical resources between visual perception and language revealed by representational similarity analysis.
Sabine Oehlschlaeger & Melissa Vo: Did you see the milk in the bathroom? The developmental
trajectory of eye movement control by scene semantics in preschoolers. >>abstract>>
Tim Lauer, Tim Cornelissen & Melissa Vo: Semantic inconsistencies without semantics? Semantically inconsistent objects elicit N400 responses on both real-world and apparently meaningless synthesised scenes. >>abstract>>
Tim Cornelissen & Melissa Vo: Stuck on semantics: Irrelevant object-scene inconsistencies modulate ongoing eye movement behavior during letter search.
Dejan Draschkow & Melissa Vo: Collecting memories: the impact of active object handling on recall and search times >>abstract>>
Melissa Vo & Jeremy Wolfe: Let me tell you where you looked! How much do people know about their own fixations?
Tim Cornelissen & Melissa Vo: Stuck on semantics: Automatic processing of object-scene incongruities modulates ongoing gaze behavior.
Dejan Draschkow & Melissa Vo: Do it yourself! Active object handling leads to faster search times.
Sabine Oehlschlaeger & Melissa Vo: Find the fork in the bedroom! Contextual cueing for semantic intruders.
Sage Boettcher & Melissa Vo: Worth a look: The effects of irrelevant rewarding stimuli on eye movements.
Vision Science Society 15.-20.05.2015 (St. Pete Beach, Florida)
Melissa Vo, Tim Cornelissen, Sabine Oehlschlaeger: When scenes and words collide: Irrelevant background scenes modulate neural responses during lexical decision >>abstract>>